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An auto/ethnographic exploration of the effects of a reservist's deployment on the support system: The theory of deployment communication and resilience for a support system
The purpose of this study is to understand how the support system, including family (such as parents and siblings), friends, and co-workers experience the deployment of a Reservist who is not married and does not have ...
Dare to be aware: Examining stroke risk perception in African American women aged 35-54 in rural Arkansas
Stroke is a leading cause of chronic disability, second leading cause of dementia, and fifth leading cause of death in the U.S. Healthy People 2030 established a goal to improve cardiovascular health and reduce deaths from ...
E(race)ing Mexican Americans: Why Denying Racial Indigeneity Constitutes White Supremacy in Family Science
(NCFR Report: Family Focus, 2021-09)
The indigeneity of Mexican Americans has been erased by double colonization and the construction of the Mexican Other by Anglo settler colonists. Reducing Mexicanness to an ethnicity is a practice that reproduces racism ...