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A comparison of culturally approved behaviors and beliefs between Philipina immigrant women, U.S.-born dominant culture women, and Western female nurses of the San Francisco Bay area: religiosity of health care



A comparison of culturally approved behaviors and beliefs between Philipina immigrant women, U.S.-born dominant culture women, and Western female nurses of the San Francisco Bay area: religiosity of health care



Health Care for Women International 6(1-3): 123-133




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PMID: 3853545

DOI: 10.1080/07399338509515687


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