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Full text of publications

ALL PUBLICATIONS authored by Namino Glantz
(Titles in Spanish indicate work published in Spanish.)

Larkey L, Gonzalez J, Mar L, Glantz N, 2009. "Latina recruitment for cancer prevention education via Community Based Participatory Research strategies." Contemporary Clinical Trials 30: 47-54.

Glantz N. 2009. "Using formative research to explore and address elder health and care in Chiapas, Mexico." Anthropology and Public Health: Bridging Differences in Culture and Society. Hahn RA & Inhorn M. 266-298.

Tinoco R, Glantz N, Martinez I, Ovando I. 2008. "Risk screening, emergency care, and lay concepts of complications during pregnancy in Chiapas, Mexico." Social Science & Medicine 66: 1057-1069.

Glantz N, 2007. Formative research on elder health and care in Comitán, Chiapas, Mexico. Dissertation, University of Arizona. Ann Arbor: ProQuest/UMI 3257921.

Glantz N & McMahan B. 2007. "Formative research and participatory GIS mapping: Elder well-being in Chiapas, Mexico." Practicing Anthropology 29(4): 6-14.

Tinoco R, Martinez I, Glantz N, Ovando I. 2006. "Intención y realidad ante el parto: Las representaciones sociales del embarazo problemático." ("Intention and reality when facing childbirth: Social representations of problematic pregnancy.") Poblaciones 2(2): 3-10.

Glantz NM. 2005. “Moving maids: Dynamics of domestic service and development.” Política y Cultura 23: 82-102.

Glantz N, Martínez I, Tinoco R, de León P. 2004. “Si no tomara él…. El consumo de alcohol y su papel en las relaciones de pareja.” (“If only he wouldn’t drink…. Alcohol consumption and its role in couple relationships.”) Salud Mental: Revista Instituto Nacional de Psiquiatría 27(6): 50-56.

Hunt LM, Glantz NM, Halperin D. 2002. “Childbirth care-seeking behavior in Chiapas.” Health Care for Women International 23(1): 115-135.

Glantz N, Martinez I, de León, P. 2000. Diez Años de Investigación y Acción en el Sur de Chiapas: Programa Género y Salud Reproductiva. (Ten Years of Research and Action in Southern Chiapas: Gender and Reproductive Health Program.) Comitán, Chiapas, Mexico: CISC.

Glantz NM, Halperin DC, Hunt LM. 2000. “Estudiando la violencia doméstica en Chiapas, México.” (“Studying domestic violence in Chiapas, Mexico.”) Análisis Cualitativo en Salud. Teoría, Método y Práctica. Torres T & Mercado FJ (eds.). Guadalajara: Universidad de Guadalajara Press, 141-160.

Halperin D, Nazar A, Glantz NM. 1999. Conflict and contraception in Chiapas, Mexico. Current Reproductive Health Concerns Series. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis.

Glantz N, Halperin D, Hunt L. 1998. “Studying domestic violence in Chiapas, Mexico.” Qualitative Health Research 8(3): 377-392.

Glantz NM, Halperin D, Martínez I, de León P. 1998. “¿Quién no tiene problemas en la vida? Un paso más en la investigación de la violencia conyugal en Chiapas.” (“Who doesn’t have problems in life? One more step in conjugal violence research in Chiapas.”) Estudios Sociales: Revista de Investigación del Noroeste 16: 45-66. Hermosillo, Mexico.

Glantz N, Halperin D. 1996. “Childbirth care-seeking behavior in Chiapas.” Gender, Reproductive Health and Population Policies III. Quezon City, Philippines: Institute for Development Research Amsterdam, Univ. of Amsterdam, Health Action Information Network, Colegio de la Frontera Sur. Pp. 67-81.

Glantz NM, Halperin DC. 1996. “Studying domestic violence: Perceptions of women in Chiapas, Mexico.” Reproductive Health Matters 7: 122-127.

Halperin D, Nazar A, Glantz N. 1995. “Improving reproductive health in Chiapas, Mexico: New findings on contraception from quantitative and qualitative studies.” Gender, Reproductive Health and Population Policies I. Amsterdam: Institute for Development Research & Univ. of Amsterdam. Pp. 22-29.

Editorial and review positions

2012-present Medical Anthropology Quarterly Reviewer
2006-present Social Science & Medicine Reviewer
2007-2008 Practicing Anthropology Guest Editor
2007-2008 Anthropology & Medicine Reviewer

Select acknowledgements for research contributions

Basta! Land and the Zapatista Rebellion in Chiapas.
Collier GA with Quaratiello EL. Oakland: Food First Books. 2005.
(Download from www.foodfirst.org/en/store/book/Basta)

"Gender differences in academic advancement: patterns, causes, and potential solutions in one U.S. college of medicine."
Wright AL, et al. In: Academic Medicine 78(5):500-508. 2003.
(Download Wright Gender diffs 03.pdf)

"Perceptions and practices of tuberculosis patients and non-adherence to therapy in Chiapas, Mexico."
Alvarez-Gordillo GC, et al. In: Salud Pública de México 42(6):520-528. 2000
(Download Alvarez Percepciones Tb 00.pdf)

"Education and nonuse of contraceptives among poor women in Chiapas, Mexico."
Nazar-Beutelspacher A. In: International Family Planning Perspectives 25(3s):132-138. 1999.
(Download Nazar Education nonuse 99.pdf)

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