Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care: Volume 5 Issue 2


Table of contents - Special Issue: Disabled people, ethnicity and inequalities

Guest Editors: Stephen Lee Hodgkins

The contribution of Nasa Begum to the disabled people's movement and social care field

Michael Turner

This paper aims to detail the work of Nasa Begum in the disabled people's movement in the UK.


Faulty genes: consanguinity in the Pakistani community

Nasreen Ali, Carl Mclean, Hamid Rehman

This paper seeks to discuss the attitudes and beliefs of the Pakistani/Kashmiri community in Birmingham towards the cultural practice of consanguineous (cousin) marriage and…


The intersectional invisibility of race and disability status: an exploratory study of health and discrimination facing Asian Americans with disabilities

Ethan H. Mereish

There is a dearth in the literature on Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) with disabilities. Utilizing an intersectionality lens, the present exploratory study seeks to…


A user‐led consultation model: making inclusion of service users in research a reality

John A. Bourke, Deborah L. Snell, K. Anne Sinnott, Bernadette Cassidy

Disabled people who are the end‐users (EU) of health services have a poor record of inclusion, yet a major stake in the quality of scientific research that informs the development…

Hierarchy of impairment: the impact

Angela Smith

This paper aims to focus on the experiences and observations of a black disabled woman in the UK.




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2008 – 2014

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Emerald Publishing Limited