"Tangled wires in the head": older migrant Chinese's perception of mental illness in Britain

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Li, S.; Hatzidimitriadou, E.; Psoinos, M.;
(2014)

In this article, the authors explored Cantonese-speaking older Chinese migrants knowledge, attitudes and expectations regarding mental illness. They obtained verbatim data from semi-structured interviews with eight participants recruited from London-based Chinese and ch... View more
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