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Heterogeneity in the Association of Citizenship Status on Self-Rated Health Among Asians in California (Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health)

Publication Topics

Asian; Health Status and Conditions; Immigrant; 2012 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS 2012); 2013 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS 2013); 2014 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS 2014); 2015 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS 2015); 2016 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS 2016)

Publication Type

CHIS Journal Article

Publication Date

2020-06-20T07:00:00Z

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Summary: Citizenship is considered an egalitarian legal identity but may function differently among minorities because of racial/ethnic stratification and historical context. Using Asians, the author looks at whether the association between citizenship and self-rated health differs by ethnicity by examining the moderating effect of Asian ethnic group (Chinese, Filipino, Korean, Vietnamese, and Other Asian) on citizenship and self-rated health using the 2012–2016 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS). Models account for demographics, socioeconomic status, healthcare, and English proficiency. 


Findings: Adjusting for demographics, naturalized citizens and non-citizens were statistically significantly more likely to report fair/poor health compared to U.S.-born citizens. Naturalized and non-citizen Vietnamese reported statistically significantly poorer health to all U.S.-born groups. These trends largely disappear when controlling for all covariates. Citizenship status can be useful in considering structural barriers for immigrants. Future work should interrogate the non-citizen category and why trends are seen among Vietnamese, but not others.

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CHIS Journal Article: Heterogeneity in the Association of Citizenship Status on Self-Rated Health Among Asians in California

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