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Unformatted Document Text:  Breast Cancer Screening 27 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. Bormann, E. (1983). Rhetoric as a way of knowing: Ernest Bormann and fantasy theme analysis. In J. Golden, G. Berquist & W. Coleman (Eds.), The rhetoric of western though (pp. 431-449). Dubuque, IQ: Kendall/Hunt. Bormann, E. (1985). Symbolic convergence theory: A communication formulation based on homo narrans. The Journal of Communication, 35, 128-138. 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. Borrayo, E. A. & Jenkins, S. R. (2001a). Feeling healthy: So why should Mexican-descent women screen for breast cancer? Qualitative Health Research, 11(6), 812-824. Borrayo, E. A., & Jenkins, S. R. (2001b). Feeling indecent: Breast cancer screening resistance of Mexican-descent women. Journal of Health Psychology, 6, 537-549. Brownstein, J. N., Cheal, N., Ackermann, S. P., Bassford, T. L., & Campos-Outcalt, D. (1992). Breast and cervical cancer screening in minority populations: A model for using lay health educators. Journal of Cancer Education, 7, 321-326. 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

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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.
Bormann, E. (1983). Rhetoric as a way of knowing: Ernest Bormann and fantasy theme analysis.
In J. Golden, G. Berquist & W. Coleman (Eds.), The rhetoric of western though
(pp. 431-449). Dubuque, IQ: Kendall/Hunt.
Bormann, E. (1985). Symbolic convergence theory: A communication formulation based on
homo narrans. The Journal of Communication, 35, 128-138.
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.
Borrayo, E. A. & Jenkins, S. R. (2001a). Feeling healthy: So why should Mexican-descent
women screen for breast cancer? Qualitative Health Research, 11(6), 812-824.
Borrayo, E. A., & Jenkins, S. R. (2001b). Feeling indecent: Breast cancer screening resistance of
Mexican-descent women. Journal of Health Psychology, 6, 537-549.
Brownstein, J. N., Cheal, N., Ackermann, S. P., Bassford, T. L., & Campos-Outcalt, D. (1992).
Breast and cervical cancer screening in minority populations: A model for using lay
health
educators.
Journal of Cancer Education, 7, 321-326.
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


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