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Genere, salute e migrazione: analisi delle determinanti sociali di salute e del benessere autopercepito delle donne migranti, attraverso i dati dell’European Social Survey e del Migration Integration Policy Index
Titolo Rivista: PSICOLOGIA DELLA SALUTE 
Autori/Curatori: Silvia Vesco, Tiziana Mancini, Michele Rossi 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2021 Fascicolo: 3  Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  22 P. 103-124 Dimensione file:  323 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PDS2021-003013
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Lo studio si propone di analizzare le determinanti psico-sociali della salute dei migranti in Europa e delle donne migranti in particolare, all’interno della cornice teorica degli studi sull’acculturazione. Le determinanti di salute sono state analizzate su due livelli: individuale, attraverso dati raccolti dall’European Health Interview Survey nel 2014 (EHIS wave 2) con un campione pari a 15.244 persone, e contestuale, attraverso indicatori quali il Migration Integra-tion Policy Index (Mipex), l’Euro-barometro sulle discriminazioni, il Gender Equality Index (GEI), il Prodotto Interno Lordo (Gross Domestic Product) e la percentuale di migranti sul totale della popolazione riferiti agli anni 2014 e 2015 su 24 paesi EU. I risultati emersi hanno confermato uno svantaggio in termini di salute per le donne migranti, le quali sono soggette a discriminazioni molteplici che impattano sullo stato di salute.


Keywords: Salute migrante, acculturazione, determinanti di salute, diseguaglianza di genere, Ehis, Mipex

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