This article is the third installment in a series on gentrification. In the first article of this series, I argued that gentrification should first be evaluated based on whether changes taking place in a neighborhood successfully bridge the new with the old. I applied this framework to West Greenville in the next article in the series, which highlighted the role of active citizens in neighborhood transformation.
Health insurance coverage varies substantially between racial and ethnic groups in the United States. Compared to non-Hispanic whites, African Americans and people of Hispanic origin had persistently lower insurance coverage rates at all ages. This article describes age- and group-specific dynamics of insurance gain and loss that contribute to inequalities found in traditional cross-sectional studies.
Is race classification still relevant in Singapore today and should the CMIO model, a tool utilised by the British, still hold importance in our multi-racial society? Its roots can be traced back to when the British first drafted the town plan shortly after colonization. Different immigrant groups were segmented geographically across the island according to their working capabilities. The race classification model was subsequently inducted into the Census in
A low physical activity PA level in pregnancy is associated with several adverse health outcomes. Early identification of pregnant women at risk of physical inactivity could inform strategies to promote PA, but no studies so far have presented attempts to develop prognostic models for low PA in pregnancy. Predictor variables were collected in early pregnancy GW
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From tothe proportion of non-Hispanic white children in the U. From tothe percentage of children who were non-Hispanic white only following the classification system first used in the decennial census, in which respondents were given the option of identifying multiple race categories declined from 61 to 54 percent. This proportion continued to decrease throughreaching 51 percent, and is projected to fall slightly further byto 50 percent.
By Rameez Aboobacker —. The historic victory speech made by the President on May 19, postulated the status of minority communities in Sri Lanka. There are only two kinds of people in this country now.