The utilization of preventive medical services by urban black mothers: a sociocultural approach

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1973 - Health & Fitness - 378 pages

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Contents

A Note on Validity
62
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS
65
PREVENTIVE MEDICAL BEHAVIOR 82
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4J CO 4J CU 4J H analysis anomie ascertained attitudes attitudes toward preventive beta coefficients blue-collar workers cd CU cd H Census Tract child CM CM CO 4J CO CO CO CU CO H CO HO Congress Heights Cross Tabulation CU 4J CU CO CU CU CU H CU x defer gratification delivery system dental visits department or emergency dependent variable Deviation distribution District of Columbia doctor early prenatal care emergency room examined eye examinations F test factor analysis factors grand mean H 4J H CO H CU H CU CU health care health knowledge health status hearing loss hematocrit High School High household However Hypothesis income Institute of Medicine interval scales iron deficiency anemia Kalamo late registrants mass media mean preventive medical medical behavior index medical behavior score medical care medical orientation medical scores medical system middle ear infection mOOOl mothers multiple correlations NCHS nonhospital clinic NORC number of children Number Weighted Percent Number-Spacing OPD/ER orienta outpatient department physical checkup physical examination polio vaccine population positive the medical postnatal postpartum checkup pregnancy prenatal care preventive care preventive health behavior preventive health services preventive medical behavior preventive medical services private physicians PROPENSITY SCORE propensity to seek regular checkup regular physical relationship rH CO rH rH sample satisfied Sauber secondary groups seek care social class social distance social isolation social network social setting variables socioeconomic status Standard Deviation statistically significant Stepwise Regression Suchman t-test Table tion Total tracers trimester type of delivery Unweighted Number Unweighted Number Weighted utilization of preventive variance Washington women

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