Сви срећни бракови личе један другом: брак и самопроцена здравља међу Ромима у Србији

ДОИ: https://doi.org/10.2298/GEI181031001C УДК 392.5(=214.58) (497.11) Оригинални научни рад

  • Jelena Čvorović Етнографски институт САНУ, Београд
    jelena.cvorovic@ei.sanu.ac.rs
  • Kathryn Coe Professor Emeritus, IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health Indiana University, Purdue University Indianapolis
    coek@iu.edu

Сажетак

У овом раду испитујемо како самопроцена здравља варира у односу на пол, тип брака (брак по избору у односу на уговорени брак), и културу у популацији српских Рома. Подаци су прикупљени 2016. у ромским насељима у околини Београда (испитани 91 мушкарац и 113 жена), и обухватају самопроцену здравља, демографију и породичне односе. Самопроцена здравља се не разликује по типу брака, али постоје значајне разлике између Рома који живе у уговореном браку и Рома који су сами бирали брачне партнере. Уговорени бракови су адаптивни за оба пола, и доприносе бољем здравственом статусу мушкараца, али не и жена. За ромске жене, неподређени статус у браку је најважнији предиктор доброг здравља. Сви здрави (срећно ожењени) ромски мушкарци су слични по томе што мисле да имају подређене жене, а све здраве (срећно удате) Ромкиње су сличне по томе што сматрају да нису подређене својим мужевима.
Кључне речи: Роми, самопроцена здравља, брак, род

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ČVOROVIĆ, Jelena; COE, Kathryn. Сви срећни бракови личе један другом: брак и самопроцена здравља међу Ромима у Србији. Гласник Етнографског института САНУ, [S.l.], v. 67, n. 2, p. 341–359, sep. 2019. ISSN 2334-8259. Доступно на:
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