Does structural racism cause inequalities between African Americans and Caucasians in healthcare?

Does structural racism cause inequalities between African Americans and Caucasians in healthcare?

Does structural racism cause inequalities between African Americans and Caucasians in healthcare? Reviews all three articles addressing the following questions:

What are the three articles about?

What are the main ideas and findings of the articles? How do they differ and what do they have in common?

How do the articles help us shed light on the social problem you picked?

Identify the methods used in the research for each article and then assess the limitations of those methods (or summarize what the author/s state are the limitations?

In what respect do the three articles shed light on a problem or question?

 

Asks a research question at the end of your literature review (step 5). In order to do so, you will need to revise the research question you developed in step 2 of this assignment. Your research question must reflect that it is informed by the research articles you review in step 5. Keep in mind that a research questions should be a “real” question in the sense that a) you should not know the answer until you have done empirical research and b) your question should be answerable after having done empirical research.

 

Add bibliography (see step 4).

Goode, Christina, and Thomas Landefeld. 2018. “The Lack Of Diversity In Healthcare: Causes,

Consequences, And Solutions.” Journal of Best Practices in Health Professions Diversity 

            Published by: University of North Carolina Press 11(2)(Fall 2018):73-95. Retrieved

September 29,2021

 

Sohn, Heeju. 2016. “Racial And Ethnic Disparities In Health Insurance Coverage: Dynamics Of

Gaining  And Losing Coverage Over The Life-Course.” Population Research and Policy     

            Review 36(2):181-201. Retrieved September 29, 2021

 

Williams, David R. 2012. “Miles To Go Before We Sleep.” Journal of Health and Social 

            Behavior 53(3):279-295. Retrieved September 29, 2021.