Lau, M., Lin, H., & Flores, G. (2012). Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Health and Health Care among U.S. Adolescents. Health Services Research, 47(5), 2031-2059. doi:10.1111/j.1475-6773.2012.01394.x
This article is primarily a review of already existing data from a study carried out by the national center for health statistics (NCHS). The NSCH offers national and state evaluations of a variety of behavioral, emotional and physical health indicators. This is evident as the article depends upon or puts reliance on secondary data obtained from the national survey on children’s health. Secondary researches do not conduct their own data collection, they rely on data from other secondary sources such as journal reviews, book reviews and document such as population census and other researches. This article uses historical type of research which involves the analysis and statistical assessment of data which was originally sourced for another purpose (Lau, Lin & Flores, 2012).
The articles found out that certain differences were especially marked for particular racial/ethnic societies and multiracial youth. These differences included suboptimal medical status and the absence of a personal doctor or practicing nurse for Latinos; lack of prime oral health and lack of all needed medication during the past one year in relation to African Americans. No mental medical health care and no visit from a qualified doctor during the past one year for associated with Asian/pacific islanders; un-insurance, problem requiring special care, obesity/overweight and no procedural preventive visits to a health center for American Indian/Alaska inhabitants. Other disparities included not getting all the needed oral care in multiracial teenagers (Lau, Lin & Flores, 2012).
The article comprehensively reports the multiple differences among racial/ethnic minority adolescence in America in three dimensions: access to health care, use of health care services and medical and dental health status. Compared to white teenagers, African Americans, Latinos, and multiracial teenagers were more or so less likely to be in possession of good teeth, and all other multiracial groups were predominantly less likely to have medical insurance covers and a preventive oral care visit in the recent past twelve months. Specific racial/ethnic set showed noteworthy differences. Latino teenagers had the greatest proportion of any set of lacking any form of insurance. Although there have been significant improvement in health insurance coverage for children provided by Medicaid and the children’s health insurance program, Latino children still continue to register higher levels of un-insurance compared to other white teenagers and children (Lau, Lin & Flores, 2012).
This article fall under sociological investigations and would appear under the chapter of sociological research and methodology. Sociologists carry out research with a view to solve the problems affecting society and also to find new evidence of correlation of sociological factors in relation to a particular topic such as the effect of drug abuse.
Scholarly articles are written purposefully to share information and facts about a particular experiment or research with other scholars; on the other hand non-scholarly articles are written with the soul purpose of entertaining or providing information from a broad general perspective. Scholarly articles are written with the soul intention of targeting other scholars or investigators in the same field or scholars who may have vested interests in the subject for research purposes, while non-scholarly articles are basically written for general audiences. In scholarly articles references must be cited and are usually expected, but it is very unlikely to appear in non-scholarly articles. They usually contain very vague citations. Scholarly articles are mostly written in formal and technical language and usually consist of discipline specific jargon. On the other hand, non-scholarly articles make use of casual informal language and usually tend to avoid use of technical terms.
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