COPYRIGHT YEAR

2013

AUTHORS

Shilpa Patel, Nadia Islam

TITLE

Emerging South Asian Americans and Health

ABSTRACT

Two growing South Asian populations in America are Bangladeshis and Pakistanis. These relatively new groups to the South Asian American community are nonetheless experiencing tremendous population growth. Both groups are similar to other South Asians, yet also quite different in other ways. For instance, Pakistani and Bangladeshi Americans have lower socioeconomic status and are more linguistically isolated compared to other South Asians. The chapter presents a description of the unique experiences of these two groups in America, and how the combination of environmental and personal factors affects the health of Pakistani and Bangladeshi Americans.

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