Узори у детињству и здравље ромских жена у Србији

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2298/GEI1802367C UDC 39-055.2(=214.58)(497.11) Original research paper 367

  • Jelena Čvorović (Serbia) Етнографски институт САНУ
  • Kathryn Coe (USA) Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis, IN


У овом раду испитујемо узоре у детињству и током одрастања у популацији ромских
жена и њихов утицај на каснији здравствени статус и социоекономске прилике. Током
2015. и 2016. године прикупљени су подаци од 274 жене, са просеком година 55. Као
узор најчешће се бирају женски чланови уже и шире породице, али и жене ван
сопствене етничке групе. У раду се разматра како вредности повезане са два различита
избора узора, сродничког и несродничког, могу бити битна компонента која утиче на
животне исходе ромских девојака. Узори су важни за развој личности и могу имати
утицаја на здравље, а у случају ромских жена, могу утицати и на ниво стреса.

Кључне речи: Роми, жене, узори, стрес, здравље, популарна култура, традиција


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Примљено / Received: 05. 02. 2018.
Прихваћено / Accepted: 03. 05. 2018.
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ČVOROVIĆ (SERBIA), Jelena; COE (USA), Kathryn. Узори у детињству и здравље ромских жена у Србији. Гласник Етнографског института САНУ, [S.l.], v. 66, n. 2, p. 367-386, sep. 2030. ISSN 2334-8259. Доступно на:
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