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The Differential Impact of Religion on Self-reported Health among Serbian Roma Women
(Springer Science+Business Media, 2019)
The present paper offers an account of how self-reported health varies with religious affiliation and reproductive effort among Serbian Roma women. Data were collected in 2014–2018 in two Roma semi-urban settlements in ...
Self-rated health and teenage pregnancies in Roma women: Increasing height is associated with better health outcomes
(Cambridge core, 2019)
This paper reports on the association between early marriage, age at first reproduction and height, as an indicator of childhood environment, and maternal health outcomes among traditional Roma women in Serbia. Demographic ...
The Effect of Social Assistance on Kin Relationships: Evidence from Roma communities
(Taylor and Francis Inc., 2020)
This paper discusses the effects of social assistance on kinship relationships in Roma, a disadvantaged European minority population, and how variation in kin support affects self-reported health and reproductive success. ...
Happy marriages are all alike: Marriage and self-rated health among Serbian Romа / Сви срећни бракови личе један другом: брак и самопроцена здравља међу Ромима у Србији
(Београд : Етнографски институт САНУ / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA, 2019)
We describe how self-rated health varies with gender, type of marriage (marriage of choice vs arranged marriage), and cultural traits among Serbian Roma. Data on 91 men and 113 women (self-reported health, demographics ...
Diabetes mellitus prevalence among traditional Roma women in Serbia: a reply to Brož and Nunes
(Cambridge University Press, 2019)
This is in response to the article by Brož and Nunes (2019) regarding the prevalence of diabetes among Serbian Roma women. The authors inadvertently refer to only one instead of two recent studies on Roma women’s health ...