A Report on "Belief Matters: Cultural Beliefs and the use of Cervical Cancer-Screening Tests"
The finding reported that both structural and cultural variables contribute to the understanding of behavior. "Structural factors such as medical insurance, education, and acculturation (increasing familiarity with English) are significant influences on Latinas' use of Pap exams. The disadvantage position of Latinas, especially immigrants, in U.S. society defines, to a large degree, their access to medical services" (1125). These finding conclude that more acculturated, and U.S. born Latinas appear to be closer to the beliefs of Anglo women about cervical cancer and the risk factors. Therefore, the ones most at risk are the Latina immigrants who do not share the same cultural beliefs as those in the U.S.…
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