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Who Cares About Health Care? Sociodemographics and Attitudes Toward Government’s Role in Health Care Across Germany, Great Britain, and the United States
This paper investigates comparative public attitudes as a mechanism to explain American welfare state “exceptionalism” in health care. The countries of Germany, Great Britain, and the United States were chosen as three distinct ...
To Seek or Not to Seek: Examining Health-Seeking Behaviors among Ethiopian Immigrants in the United States
Existing literature suggests that immigrants underutilize U.S. health care. Care utilization is associated with poor health for both patients and those around them. Current health care research lacks data specific to Ethiopian ...
Why won’t it sell? Universal Health Care in America, 1945 - 2009
This project examines the language used to frame universal health care reform from 1945 to 2009, focusing on four frames: morality, efficacy, personal vulnerability, and fear of government. It analyzes whether the frames ...