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Log in through your institution. Participation in and the impact of social roles on the psychological and physical health of middle-aged and older black women are explored in this study. The indicate that few middle-aged and older black women participate in the three roles of parent, spouse, and employee simultaneously. Of these three roles, only employment had a ificant relationship to well-being; among the middle-aged group, employed women had higher self-esteem and better health, and in the older group, employed women had higher self-esteem and better health.
Sociodemographic characteristics also contributed to well-being in the midlife group. It appears that particular roles i. The importance of the employment role and other sociodemographic factors in understanding the well-being of middle-aged and older black women is discussed. The Journal of Marriage and Family JMF , published by the National Council on Family Relations, is the leading research journal in the family field and has been so for over sixty years.
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Abstract Participation in and the impact of social roles on the psychological and physical health of middle-aged and older black women are explored in this study. Publisher Information For over sixty-four years National Council on Family Relations NCFR has linked multi-disciplinary family professionals through its journals, conferences, state affiliate councils, and special interest sections.Aged ebony women
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