Health Inequity and Social Injustice for the Aytas in the Philippines: Critical Psychology in Action
AbstractThis article presents an example of a collaborative effort involving health psychologists, NGOs, and the local government that aims to understand health, material deprivation,and social inequity in an indigenous community in Floridablanca, Philippines. It adapts a participatory action research approach and uses literacy and empowerment to address emerging issues.
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