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|Title:||Racism in the lives of ethnic minority service-users with psychosis|
|Presented at:||University of Leicester|
|Abstract:||A literature review regarding the impact of racism upon ethnic minority clients found a small number of papers, mainly American in origin. These centred mainly in the fields of trauma and stress-coping and, aside from war veterans, upon non-clinical populations. A grounded theory investigation of the experiences of racism by ethnic minority service users with psychosis was conducted. After interviewing five participants, a 'developing' or interim model was generated that attempted to depict the processes underlying experiences of racism. Its limitations and possible future directions are discussed. A critical analysis is also presented which looks at specific problems encountered during research including the use of terminology, sampling considerations, emotional distress during interviews and the difficulties of analysis.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Theses, School of Psychology|
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