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depicting the population as a whole. The correlational design could be changed into a design that more analytical such as the observational design or the experimental design. For future research this study could be narrowed down by looking at the environmental impact of mental illness perceptions. By asking questions such as: Do those in improvised areas perceive mental illness as a environmental issue or a personal problem? Future research can also look break this study apart. One study could look at the perception on mental illness amongst young adults. Another study can analyze the perception of mental illness based on gender are women more empathic then men and why? Being that this study analyzes the perception of mental illness in the African American Community as a whole without focusing on demographic
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Mental Health and African Americans Omari 15 differences. Age, socioeconomic status, educational level and etc can all be used as measurements in analyzing the perception of African Americans or Mental Illness.
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Mental Health and African Americans Omari 16 References Black & African American Communities and Mental Health . (n.d.). Retrieved 10 6, 2019, from Mental Health America: Randall, V. R. (n.d.). An Early History – African American Mental Health . Retrieved 10 6, 2019, from Institute on Race, Health Care and the Law, The University of Dayton School of Law: Odafe, M. O., Salami, T. K., & Walker, R. L. (2017). Race-related stress and hopelessness in community-based African American adults: Moderating role of social support. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 23(4), 561–569. - org.ezproxy.snhu.edu/10.1037/cdp0000167 Neely-Fairbanks, S. Y., Rojas-Guyler, L., Nabors, L., & Banjo, O. (2018). Mental Illness Knowledge, Stigma, Help-Seeking Behaviors, Spirituality and the African American Church. American Journal of Health Studies , 33 (4), 162–174. Retrieved from - ebscohost-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=s3h&AN=135580679&site=eds- live&scope=site Shanta Bridges, L., Sharma, M., Lee, J. H. S., Bennett, R., Buxbaum, S. G., & Reese-Smith, J. (2018). Using the PRECEDE-PROCEED model for an online peer-to-peer suicide prevention and awareness for depression (SPAD) intervention among African American college
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Mental Health and African Americans Omari 17 Pitts, J. (2018, August 29). Opinion: The Black Church Cannot 'Pray Away' Mental Illness. Retrieved from - therapy_n_5b86957ee4b0162f471e398d . Stigma Regarding Mental Illness among People of Color. (2019, July 8). Retrieved from - people-of-color/ .
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