The Relationship Between Mental Health and Racism


This aim of this study is to establish if socio-economic deprivation as oppose to racism is responsible for mental illness amongst African and African-Caribbean minorities living in deprived areas of Medway and Kent. This study will also explore the research difficulties that often arise when exploring the relationship between poverty; exclusion; and poor mental health and race. This study will rely heavily on the use of Primary and Secondary data from sources such as the National Census, Kent and Medway Primary Care Trusts (PCT) Local Authorities, and Charities, that have a particular interest and focus on mental health issues affecting Black and Ethnic Minorities (BME’s.)


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