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Marjorie Kagawa-Singer, a nurse and anthropologist, is an assistant professor in the School of Public Health and Asian American Studies Center at UCLA. She is the author of numerous articles concerning cross-cultural health care and multicultural issues in cancer care. Phyllis A. Katz is a clinical and developmental psychologist. She is the director of the Institute for Research on Social Problems, where she researches children’s gender-role development and racial attitude acquisition. She is coauthor of Big World, Small Screen: The Role of Television in American Society (Nebraska 1992). Dalmas Taylor, provost at the University of Texas at Arlington, is the author of Ethnicity and Bicultural Considerations in Psychology: Meeting the Needs of Ethnic Minorities. Judith Vanderryn is a psychologist at the Denver Veterans’ Affairs Medical Center, where she treats patients with severe post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Minority teenagers -- Medical care -- United States.
Minority teenagers -- Health and hygiene -- United States.