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“…However, in a review, Darlow et al (2005) noted a general lack of research on issues of social care in Bradford. The report criticised existing research for being too focused on specific migrant groups (Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Indian) to the exclusion or under-representation of others, particularly migrant groups of white European background (Chahal andTemple 2005, Darlow et al, 2005). It suggested that there was a need for further in-depth research in this field, taking into account the individual needs of elders and carers in different migrant groups at local level.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, in a review, Darlow et al (2005) noted a general lack of research on issues of social care in Bradford. The report criticised existing research for being too focused on specific migrant groups (Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Indian) to the exclusion or under-representation of others, particularly migrant groups of white European background (Chahal andTemple 2005, Darlow et al, 2005). It suggested that there was a need for further in-depth research in this field, taking into account the individual needs of elders and carers in different migrant groups at local level.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…More recently, a major consultation exercise among people aged over 50 found far higher levels of attendance at events by older people from BME communities than are prepared to take part in a survey (Manthorpe et al, 2009). expectAtions As noted earlier, one of the key aspects affecting mental health service take up, at both primary and secondary levels of care, is expectation; this applies to both the help we seek and the responses we get (Chahal and Temple, 2005). For example, there may be expectations of stigma or concerns about racism, as well as unmet preferences for different kinds of treatment (Marwaha and Livingston, 2002;Koffman et al, 2008;Lawrence et al, 2006).…”
Section: Languagementioning
confidence: 96%
“…Research is beginning to suggest that expectations may have some influence on the way in which older people from different ethnic groups will identify and select differing sources of help (Chahal & Temple, 2005). For example, while older people from different ethnic groups have a shared understanding of the causes of depression, they have differing ideas about strategies for dealing with it and their preferences for medication or counselling (Lawrence et al, 2006).…”
Section: Differing Expectations About the Help That Is Availablementioning
confidence: 99%
“…reliability and treating people as individuals), but they may have additional concerns, such as being able to share the same language. They also place particular importance on linking the quality of health and social care services with other factors impacting on health, such as poverty, housing, crime and racism (Butt & O'Neil, 2004;Chahal & Temple, 2005;Manthorpe et al, in press).…”
Section: What People Wantmentioning
confidence: 99%