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100 1  Collins, Joshua C 
245 10 Health and Wellness Concerns for Racial, Ethnic, and 
       Sexual Minorities :|bNew Directions for Adult and 
       Continuing Education, Number 142 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Somerset :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2014 
264  4 |c©2014 
300    1 online resource (115 pages) 
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490 1  J-B ACE Single Issue Adult and Continuing Education Ser 
505 0  Intro -- Health and Wellness Concerns for Racial, Ethnic, 
       and Sexual Minorities -- CONTENTS -- EDITORS' NOTES -- 1 
       Disparities in Healthcare for Racial, Ethnic, and Sexual 
       Minorities -- Healthcare, Minorities, and Adult Education 
       -- Minorities and Healthcare -- Racial Minorities -- 
       Ethnic Minorities -- Sexual Minorities -- Social Issues in
       Healthcare for Minorities -- At the Intersection of 
       Identity and Healthcare: Implications for Adult Education 
       -- References -- 2 The Black Church: Promoting Health, 
       Fighting Disparities -- Health Disparities Among African 
       Americans -- Factors Contributing to Health Disparities --
       Internal Factors -- External Factors -- Lack of 
       Representation -- The Black Church -- Adult Educators and 
       the Black Church -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Literacy
       and Health Disparities -- Conceptualizing Health Literacy 
       -- Measurement and Prevalence of Health Literacy -- 
       Consequences of Low Health Literacy -- Connections to 
       Print Literacy -- Suggestions for Practice -- Exemplary 
       Initiatives -- Incorporate Health Literacy Into Existing 
       Curricula -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Injection Drug 
       Users, Aboriginality, and HIV: A Postcolonial Glance From 
       a Strong Ally -- Aboriginal Persons in British Columbia 
       and Canada -- Indian Residential Schools and Their 
       Legacies -- HIV/AIDS -- Community Response: Indigenous 
       Knowledge -- Alcohol, Stigma, and the "Drunken Indian" -- 
       The Strong Ally -- References -- 5 Alcoholism and Lesbians
       -- Definition of Alcoholism -- Models of Treatment for 
       Alcoholism -- Lesbians and Alcoholism -- Stigma -- 
       Minority Stress, Identity, and Shame -- Other Issues: 
       Sexual Abuse and Depression -- Alcoholism, Alcoholics 
       Anonymous, and Lesbian Recovered Alcoholics -- Alcoholics 
       Anonymous: Noninclusive -- Alcoholics Anonymous: Inclusive
       -- Conclusions and Implications for Adult Educators and 
       Related Professionals 
505 8  References -- 6 Tobacco Use Among Sexual Minorities -- Why
       Should Adult Educators Be Concerned About Smoking in the 
       LGBT Community? -- Why Are Smoking Rates Higher in the 
       LGBT Community? -- Tobacco Industry Marketing -- 
       Prevention and Awareness Campaigns -- Smoking Cessation 
       Strategies -- Adult Education Smoking Cessation Projects -
       - Conclusion -- References -- 7 HIV-Negative Gay Men and 
       Autoimmune Diseases -- The Issue: Gay Identity, HIV-
       Negative Status, and Autoimmune Diseases -- Assumptions --
       Exclusion -- Dismissal -- Implications for Adult and 
       Community Health Educators -- References -- 8 African 
       American Women and HIV/AIDS -- HIV/AIDS Risk Factors and 
       African American Women -- African American Women's 
       Challenges of Living With HIV/AIDS -- African American 
       Women and Learning to Live With HIV/AIDS -- Conclusions 
       and Recommendations -- References -- 9 Partnerships and 
       Collaborations in Promoting Health and Wellness in 
       Minority Communities: Lessons Learned and Future 
       Directions -- Health, Wellness, and Minority Communities -
       - Lessons Learned -- Future Directions -- References -- 
       INDEX -- Order Form -- Advert -- EULA 
520    Minority status in the United States often accompanies 
       diminished access to education, employment, and 
       subsequently health care. This volume explores factors 
       that have contributed to health disparities among racial, 
       ethnic, and sexual minorities. Focused on developing 
       strategies for understanding these disparities and 
       promoting wellness in minority communities, the authors 
       highlight social forces such as racism, ethnocentrism, 
       sexism, and homophobia, which continue to influence not 
       only access to and quality of care but also perception and
       trust of health care professionals. The authors identify 
       several common themes, including the importance of 
       communication, intentional and unintentional 
       discriminatory structures, and perhaps most significantly,
       the role of culturally relevant learning sites. This is 
       the 142nd volume of the Jossey Bass series New Directions 
       for Adult and Continuing Education. Noted for its depth of
       coverage, it explores issues of common interest to 
       instructors, administrators, counselors, and policymakers 
       in a broad range of education settings, such as colleges 
       and universities, extension programs, businesses, 
       libraries, and museums 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
650  0 Minorities -- Health and hygiene -- United States.;Sexual 
       minorities -- Health and hygiene -- United States 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Rocco, Tonette S 
700 1  Bryant, Lawrence O 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aCollins, Joshua C.|tHealth and Wellness 
       Concerns for Racial, Ethnic, and Sexual Minorities : New 
       Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, Number 142
       |dSomerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2014
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