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      The public health critical race methodology: praxis for antiracism research.

      Social Science & Medicine (1982)

      United States, methods, Public Health, Prejudice, Models, Theoretical, Humans, Health Status Disparities, organization & administration, Health Services Research, Continental Population Groups

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          The number of studies targeting racial health inequities and the capabilities for measuring racism effects have grown substantially in recent years. Still, the need remains for a public health framework that moves beyond merely documenting disparities toward eliminating them. Critical Race Theory (CRT) has been the dominant influence on racial scholarship since the 1980s; however, its jurisprudential origins have, until now, limited its application to public health research. To improve the ease and fidelity with which health equity research applies CRT, this paper introduces the Public Health Critical Race praxis (PHCR). PHCR aids the study of contemporary racial phenomena, illuminates disciplinary conventions that may inadvertently reinforce social hierarchies and offers tools for racial equity approaches to knowledge production. Copyright © 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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          10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.07.030
          20822840

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