Emergent Health Communication Scholarship from and about African American, Latino/a/x, and American Indian/Alaskan Native Peoples
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Emergent Health Communication Scholarship from and about African American, Latino/a/x, and American Indian/Alaskan Native Peoples

Angela Cooke-Jackson

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Emergent Health Communication Scholarship from and about African American, Latino/a/x, and American Indian/Alaskan Native Peoples

Angela Cooke-Jackson

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This book presents research by African American, Latino/a/x, and Alaskan Indian/Native American (AI/AN) communication scholars. It highlights the importance of communication and the recognition of the unique experiences that impact how health information and health care are understood through diverse racial and cultural perspectives.

Each chapter advances various divergent health issues and disparities pertinent to Black, Latino/a/x, and AI/AN communities, so that the powerful aspect of the human condition to know and be known as it relates to the negotiation of health and communication can be clearly understood. Contributions to this volume unabashedly call for more equitable, community-centric, tribally-centered, and transparent scholarship on topics of health disparities, health care, marginality, medical mistrust, social justice, and media and new technology as it relates to people of color. The authors in this book are committed to research areas that invigorate and reimagine conversations among clinicians, public health professionals, classroom environments, and communities.

This insightful volume seeks to shift the dominant culture paradigms and locate authors of color and their research experiences and scholarship as central to their work. It provides a space to amplify the voices of our collective lived experiences through the vehicle of rigorous engaged scholarship. The book was originally published as a special issue of Health Communication.

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Información

Editorial
Routledge
Año
2024
ISBN
9781003856993
Edición
1

Índice

  1. Cover
  2. Half Title
  3. Frontispiece
  4. Title Page
  5. Copyright Page
  6. Table of Contents
  7. Citation Information
  8. Notes on Contributors
  9. Introduction: Emergent Health Communication Scholarship from and about African American, Latino/a/x, and American Indian/Alaskan Native Peoples
  10. 1 Beyond Personal Experiences: Examining Mediated Vicarious Experiences as an Antecedent of Medical Mistrust
  11. 2 Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) to Enhance Participation of Racial/Ethnic Minorities in Clinical Trials: A 10-Year Systematic Review
  12. 3 The Effect of an Entertainment-Education Intervention on Reproductive Health of Young Women of Color
  13. 4 A Theoretically Based Analysis of Twitter Conversations about Trauma and Mental Health: Examining Responses to Storylines on the Television Show Queen Sugar
  14. 5 “After Philando, I Had to Take a Sick Day to Recover”: Psychological Distress, Trauma and Police Brutality in the Black Community
  15. 6 A Subjective Culture Approach to Cancer Prevention: Rural Black and White Adults’ Perceptions of Using Virtual Health Assistants to Promote Colorectal Cancer Screening
  16. 7 African American Women’s Maternal Healthcare Experiences: A Critical Race Theory Perspective
  17. 8 Individually Tailoring Messages to Promote African American Men’s Health
  18. 9 The Influence of Memorable Message Receipt on Dietary and Exercise Behavior among Self-Identified Black Women
  19. 10 Count Me Out: Perceptions of Black Patients Who Are on Dialysis But Who are Not on a Transplant Waitlist
  20. 11 In Our Sacred Voice – An Exploration of Tribal and Community Leader Perceptions as Health Communicators of Disease Prevention among American Indians in the Plains
  21. 12 A Comparative Analysis of Health News in Indigenous and Mainstream Media
  22. 13 Family Connections and the Latino Health Paradox: Exploring the Mediating Role of Loneliness in the Relationships Between the Latina/o Cultural Value of Familism and Health
  23. 14 A Pilot Study of Latinx Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adolescent Patients’ Goal Prioritizations in Patient-Provider Sexual Orientation and Health Disclosures
  24. 15 When Engagement Leads to Action: Understanding the Impact of Cancer (Mis)information among Latino/a Facebook Users
  25. 16 Construyendo Conexiones Para Los Niños: Environmental Justice, Reproductive Feminicidio, and Coalitional Possibility in the Borderlands
  26. Index