Skin color as a predictor of mental health in young Latinx children
Esther J. Calzada,
Yeonwoo Kim and
Jaimie L. O'Gara
Social Science & Medicine, 2019, vol. 238, issue C, -
Racial phenotype shapes the ways in which others perceive and interact with children, with implications for their immediate and long-term well-being. Still, few empirical studies have examined these links in Latinx children.
Keywords: United States; Latinx children; Skin color; Intersectionality; Externalizing problems; Internalizing problems (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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