Race/Ethnicity, Migration, and Health

Ongoing STAPH research in this area explores how race/ethnicity and nativity influence physical and mental health in the U.S. and abroad.

(Since 2015)

Altman, Claire E., Bridget K. Gorman, Sergio Chavez, and Federico Ramos Ruiz. “The Mental Well-Being of Central American Transmigrant Men in Mexico.” Forthcoming in Global Public Health. DOI:10.1080/17441692.2016.1177568

Brown, Tony N., R. Jay Turner, and Thomas R. Moore. “Associations Between Allostatic Load and Self-Report Health Measures in a Community Epidemiological Study.” Forthcoming in Health Sociology Review. DOI: 10.1080/14461242.2016.1184989

Brown, Tony N., Mary Laske Bell, and Evelyn J. Patterson.  “Imprisoned by Empathy: Familial Incarceration and Psychological Distress among African-American Men in the National Survey of American Life.” Forthcoming in Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Gorman, Bridget K., Becky Wade, and Alexa Solazzo. “Women Go and Men Stay Home? Gender and the Utilization of Preventive Medical Care among Asian and Latino Adults.” Forthcoming in Research in the Sociology of Health Care.

Gorman, Bridget K., Cynthia Novoa, and Rachel Tolbert Kimbro. “Migration Decisions, Acculturation, and Overweight among Asian and Latino Immigrant Adults in the United States.” Forthcoming in International Migration Review. DOI: 10.1111/imre.12168

Pirtle, Whitney N. and Tony N. Brown. “Inconsistency within Expressed and Observed Racial Identifications: Implications for Mental Health Status. Forthcoming in Sociological Perspectives.

Turner, R. Jay, Tony N. Brown, and William B. Hale. “Race, Socioeconomic Position, and Physical Health: A Descriptive Analysis.” Forthcoming in Journal of Health and Social Behavior.