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Hispanic Women's Preferences for Breast Health Information: Subjective Cultural Influences on Source, Message, and Channel
Unformatted Document Text:  Breast Cancer Communication Preferences 23 References American Cancer Society (2001). Cancer facts and figures for Hispanics, 2000-2001. Atlanta: American Cancer Society, Report. Bentley, J.R., Delfino, R.J., Taylor, T.H., Howe, S., Anton-Culver, H. (1998). Differences in breast cancer stage at diagnosis between non-Hispanic white and Hispanic populations, San Diego County 1988-1993. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 50, 1-9. Berry, J.W., Kim, U., & Boski, P. (1987). Psychological acculturation of immigrants. In Y. Y. Kim & W. Gudykunst (Eds.), Cross-cultural adaptation: Current approaches (pp. 62-89). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Berry, J.W., Kim, U., Power, S., Young, M., & Bujaki, M. (1989). Acculturation attitudes in plural societies. Applied Psychology, 38, 185-206. Borrayo, E. A., Guarnaccia, C. A., & Mahoney, M. J. (2001). Prediction of breast cancer screening behavior among older women of Mexican descent: Applicability of theoretical models. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 1, 73-90. Castro, F.G., Elder, J., Coe, K., Tafoya-Barraza, H.M., Moratto, S., Campbell, N., & Talavera, G. (1995). Mobilizing churches for health promotion in Latino communities: Compañeros en la Salud. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monograph, 18, 127-135. Coe, K., Hartman, M.P., Castro, F.G., Campbell, N., Mayer, J.A., & Elder, J.P. (1994). Breast self-examination: Knowledge and practices of Hispanic women in two Southwestern metropolitan areas, Journal of Community Health, 19, 433-448. Cuellar, I., Harris, L.C., & Jasso, R. (1980). An acculturation scale for Mexican American normal and clinical populations. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 2, 199-217. Dobos, J. (1992). Gratification models of satisfaction and choice of communication channels in

Authors: DeVargas, Felicia., Sanchez, Christina. and Oetzel, John.
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American Cancer Society (2001). Cancer facts and figures for Hispanics, 2000-2001. Atlanta:
American Cancer Society, Report.
Bentley, J.R., Delfino, R.J., Taylor, T.H., Howe, S., Anton-Culver, H. (1998). Differences in
breast cancer stage at diagnosis between non-Hispanic white and Hispanic populations, San
Diego County 1988-1993. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 50, 1-9.
Berry, J.W., Kim, U., & Boski, P. (1987). Psychological acculturation of immigrants. In Y. Y.
Kim & W. Gudykunst (Eds.), Cross-cultural adaptation: Current approaches (pp. 62-89).
Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Berry, J.W., Kim, U., Power, S., Young, M., & Bujaki, M. (1989). Acculturation attitudes in
plural
societies.
Applied Psychology, 38, 185-206.
Borrayo, E. A., Guarnaccia, C. A., & Mahoney, M. J. (2001). Prediction of breast cancer screening
behavior among older women of Mexican descent: Applicability of theoretical models.
International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 1, 73-90.
Castro, F.G., Elder, J., Coe, K., Tafoya-Barraza, H.M., Moratto, S., Campbell, N., & Talavera,
G. (1995). Mobilizing churches for health promotion in Latino communities: Compañeros en la
Salud. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monograph, 18, 127-135.
Coe, K., Hartman, M.P., Castro, F.G., Campbell, N., Mayer, J.A., & Elder, J.P. (1994). Breast
self-examination: Knowledge and practices of Hispanic women in two Southwestern
metropolitan areas, Journal of Community Health, 19, 433-448.
Cuellar, I., Harris, L.C., & Jasso, R. (1980). An acculturation scale for Mexican American
normal and clinical populations. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 2, 199-217.
Dobos, J. (1992). Gratification models of satisfaction and choice of communication channels in


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