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Cambodian Cultural Profile Bibliography

Author(s): Linda Wetzel, RN
Contributor(s): Ellie Graham, MD
Date Authored: January 01, 1996
  1. Boehnlein, J. (1987). Clinical relevance of grief and mourning among Cambodian refugees. Social Science and Medicine, 25 (7), 765-772.
  2. Buchwald, D., Panwala, S., & Hooton, T. (1992). Use of traditional health practices by southeast Asian refugees in a primary care clinic. The Western Journal of Medicine, 156 (5), 507-511.
  3. Caranzaro, A., and Moser, R. J. (1982). Health status of refugees from Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. JAMA, 247 (9), 1303-1308.
  4. Chung, R. C., and Kagawa-Singer, M. (1993). Predictors of psychological distress among southeast Asian refugees. Social Science and Medicine, 36 (5), 631-639.
  5. D' Avanzo, C. E., Frye, B., & Froman, R. (1994). Stress in Cambodian refugee families. IMAGE: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 26 (2), 101-105.
  6. Erickson, R. V., and Hoang, G. N. (1980). Health problems among Indochinese refugees. American Journal of Public Health, 70 (9), 1003-1006.
  7. Frye, B. A., and D'Avanza, C. (1994). Themes in managing culturally defined illness in the Cambodian refugee family. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 11 (2), 89-98.
  8. Kemp, C. (1985). Cambodian refugee health care beliefs and practices. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 2 (1), 41-52.
  9. Keyes, C. (1990). Buddhism and revolution in Cambodia. Cultural Survival Quarterly, 14 (3), 60-63.
  10. Kinzie, J. D., Fredrickson, R. H., Ben, R., Fleck, J., & Karls, W. (1984). Posttraumatic stress disorder among survivors of Cambodian Concentration Camps. American Journal of Psychiatry, 141 (5), 645-650.
  11. Kulig, J. C. (1988). Conception and birth control use: Cambodian refugee women's beliefs and practices. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 5 (4), 235-246.
  12. Kulig, J. C. (1989). Childbearing beliefs among Cambodian refugee women. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 12 (1), 108-118.
  13. Kulig, J. C. (1994). "Those with unheard voices": The plight of a Cambodian refugee woman. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 11 (2), 99-107.
  14. Mattson, S. (1993). Mental health of southeast Asian refugee women: an overview. Health Care for Women International, 14, 155-165.
  15. Messner, M. M., and Rasmussen, N. H. (1986). Southeast Asian children in America: the impact of change. Pediatrics, 78 (2), 323-329.
  16. Mollica, R. F., Donelan, K., Tor, S., Lavelle, J., Elias, C., Frankel, M., & Blendon, R. J. (1993). The effect of trauma and confinement on functional health and mental health status of Cambodians living in Thailand-Cambodia border camps. JAMA, 270 (5), 581-586.
  17. Mollica, R. F., Wyshak, G., and Lavelle, J. (1987). The psychosocial impact of war trauma and torture on southeast Asian refugees. American Journal of Psychiatry, 144 (12), 1567-1572.
  18. Muecke, M. A. (1983). Caring for southeast Asian refugee patients in the USA. American Journal of Public Health, 73 (4), 431-438.
  19. Muecke, M. A. (1983). In search of healers-southeast Asian refugees in the American health care system. The Western Journal of Medicine, 139 (6), 835-840.
  20. Muecke, M. A., and Sassi, L. (1992). Anxiety among Cambodian refugee adolescents in transit and in resettlement. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 14 (3), 267-291.
  21. Pike, D. (Ed.). (April-June 1990). Indochina Chronology. 9 (2), 23.
  22. Rasbridge, LA, and Kulig, JC. (1995). Infant feeding among Cambodian Refguees. Maternal Child Nursing, (20) July/August, 213-218.
  23. Song, C. (1986). The struggle continues: immigration and resettlement. In B. Levy and D. Susott (Ed.), Years of Horror, Days of Hope: Responding to the Cambodian Refugee Crisis (pp.305-310). Millwood, N. Y., New York City, and London: Associated Faculty Press, Inc.
  24. Story, M., and Harris, L. J. (1989). Food habits and dietary change of southeast Asian refugee families living in the United States. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 89 (6), 800-803.
  25. U. S. Committee for Refugees. (1989). Refugee Reports. (Publication No. 001-465) Washington, D.C.
  26. Vickery, M. (1990). Cultural survival in Cambodian language and literature. Cultural Survival Quarterly, 14 (3), 49-52.