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Medical Ethics/ health insurance

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Medical Ethics

The purpose of this literature review is to examine the diverse ethical boundaries encountered within the medical community when dealing with immigrant populations to the United States . Many immigrants find it difficult to acquire medical insurance due to the various situations they encounter as they arrive in the US . Poverty is a common problem due to the difficulty finding sustainable employment . The questions to be examined in this research will cover the quality of care this population receives , the effect their level of care has on their success in [banner_entry_middle]

establishing residency , the possible effects of deficient care has on education of school age children and the possible ramifications this has on the community

A preliminary list of possible sources to accomplish this goal is listed below . The primary focus will be on peer reviewed journal articles due the nature of scientific research being able to provide current perspectives and possible solutions

Family Structure , Residential Mobility , and School Dropout : A Research Note

Nan Marie Astone , Sara S . Mclanahan

Demography , Vol . 31 , No . 4 (Nov , 1994 , pp . 575-584

The Effect of Primary-School Quality on Academic Achievement Across Twenty-nine High- and Low-Income Countries

Stephen

. Heyneman , William A . Loxley

American Journal of Sociology , Vol . 88 , No . 6 (May , 1983 , pp 1162-1194

How Much Does Childhood Poverty Affect the Life Chances of Children

Greg J . Duncan , W . Jean Yeung , Jeanne Brooks-Gunn , Judith R . Smith

American Sociological Review , Vol . 63 , No . 3 (Jun , 1998 , pp . 406-423

SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Robert H . Bradley and Robert F . Corwyn

Annual Review of Psychology , Vol . 53 : 371-399 (Volume publication date February 2002 (doi :10 .1146 /annurev .psych .53 .100901 .135233

Effect of School Population Socioeconomic Status on Individual Academic Achievement

Journal article by Carl Iii Bankston , Stephen J . Caldas The Journal of Educational Research , Vol . 90 , 1997

The Effects of Poverty on Children

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn , Greg J . Duncan

The Future of Children , Vol . 7 No . 2 (Summer /Fall 1997 , pp 55-

How Money Matters : The Effect of School District Spending on Academic Achievement

Harold Wenglinsky

Sociology of Education , Vol . 70 , No . 3 (Jul , 1997 , pp . 221-237

Expanding Access to Information , Education , Counselling and Services

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Summarized from Child Development , Vol . 75 , Issue 6 , Stability and Change in Attachment Security Across Adolescence by J .P . Allen (University of Virginia , K .B . McElhaney , G .P . Kuperminc , and K .M . Jodl Copyright 2004 The Society for Research in Child Development , Inc . All rights reserved

Contact : Stephanie Somerville

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Burton , Linda M , Dilworth-Anderson , Peggye , The Role of Extended Family Members in Minority Families , The Intergenerational Family Roles of Aged Black Americans . Marriage and Family Review 3 4 16 : 1991 pgs 311-330

HYPERLINK “http /www2 .duq .edu /familyinstitute /index .cfm ?action research http /www2 .duq .edu /familyinstitute /index .cfm ?action research… [banner_entry_footer]

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