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Rutgers University SOCIOLOGY MISC Quiz 10 1)There is strong empirical evidence for the salmon bias theory to explain the Hispanic mortality paradox Which best explains the data reliability hypothesis for the Hispanic/Latino mortality paradox? 3

Sociology

Rutgers University

SOCIOLOGY MISC

Quiz 10

1)There is strong empirical evidence for the salmon bias theory to explain the Hispanic mortality paradox

  1. Which best explains the data reliability hypothesis for the Hispanic/Latino mortality paradox?

3. Excluding those of multiple races, where do Hispanic/Latino men and women rank in terms of HIV rates?

4. Some are optimistic that the Hispanic/Latino Mortality Paradox will continue. What is the strongest piece of evidence supporting this view?

5.The "immigrant paradox" refers to the finding that immigrants who were born elsewhere and migrate to the United States exhibit better health than their same-race/ethnic counterparts who were born in the United States.

6.Regardless of how long they live in the U.S., foreign-born Hispanic/Latino immigrants retain their mortality advantage over U.S.-born Hispanics/Latinos.

7.The data reliability hypothesis is better at explaining the Hispanic/Latino mortality paradox than the "salmon bias" hypothesis.

8.Which best explains the healthy migrant argument for the Hispanic mortality paradox?

9.When considering subgroup differences within the Hispanic/Latino population                          , typically have the best health while                                        typically have the worst health.

10.        For the non-elderly population (0-64), Hispanics/Latinos roughly tie for the highest rate of uninsurance.

11.Latinas usually experience lower infant mortality rates than non-Hispanic Whites.

12.Which best explains the salmon bias for the Hispanic/Latino mortality paradox?

 

13.        Hispanics/Latinos rank 2nd or 3rd in terms of years of potential life lost for which conditions?

14.More than 8 in 10 Hispanics/Latinos are overweight or obese.

15.        Hispanics/Latinos have lower age-specific death rates across most of the the life course compared to which other groups?

16.        Homicide is a not a major/somewhat unique public health problem for Latino men.

17.        Relative to the U.S. population and the non-Hispanic White population, for which leading causes of death do Hispanics/Latinos have the highest death rates?

18.        According to the "Unnatural Causes - Becoming American" film, becoming American is good for your health.

19.        According to the “Unnatural Causes – Becoming American” film, which of the following factors negatively affects the health of Hispanic/Latino immigrant children?

20.        According to the “Unnatural Causes – Becoming American” film, many Hispanic/Latino immigrants often endorse the “American Dream” that you can get ahead in society through hard work.

21.        The Bernal family in the “Unnatural Causes – Becoming American” film lived in a very supportive community that will likely help shield them from premature health decline.

22.        According to the “Unnatural Causes – Becoming American” film, after how many years does immigrant health begin to decline?

23.        According to the “Unnatural Causes – Becoming American” film, the health of Hispanic/Latino immigrants tends to deteriorate over time, as they spend more time in the United States.

 

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