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Reading Native American Women

Author: Inés Hernández-Avila
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
ISBN: 0759114757
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This new collection reveals the vitality of the intellectual and creative work of Native American women today. The authors examine the avenues that Native American women have chosen for creative, cultural, and political expressions, and discuss points of convergence between Native American feminisms and other feminisms. This book will be of great value to researchers of Native American studies, women's studies, anthropology, cultural studies, and writing and composition.

Native Americans In The School System

Author: Carol Jane Ward
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
ISBN: 9780759106093
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Carol Ward examines persistent dropout rates among Native American youth, which remain high despite overall increases in Native adult education attainment in the last twenty years. Focusing on the experiences of the Northern Cheyenne nation, she evaluates historical, ethnographic, and quantitative data to determine the causes of these educational failures, and places this data in an economic, political, and cultural context. She shows that the rate of failure in this community is the result of conflicting approaches to socializing youth, the struggle between 'native capital' and 'human capital' development systems. With high rates of unemployment, poverty, and school dropouts, the Northern Cheyenne reservation provides some important lessons as Native Americans pursue greater educational success. This volume will be of use to policy makers, instructors of comparative education, Native American studies, sociology and anthropology.

A Broken Flute

Author: Doris Seale
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
ISBN: 9780759107793
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Presents reviews and evaluations of six hundred children's books about Native Americans.

Drinking And Sobriety Among The Lakota Sioux

Author: Beatrice Medicine
Publisher: Altamira Pr
ISBN: 9780759105713
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Where previous studies have focused primarily upon drinking styles among Indian populations, Beatrice Medicine develops an indigenous model for the analysis and control of alcohol abuse. This new ethnography of the Lakota (Standing Rock in North and South Dakota) examines patterns of alcohol consumption and strategies by individuals to attain a new life-style and achieve sobriety. Medicine describes the ineffectiveness of treatments when researchers, policy makers, and health professionals do not use a tribal-specific approach to addiction. She offers an indigenous perspective and understanding that should lead to improved appraoches to treatment in mental health and alcohol abuse. Her book is essential for medical anthropologists, Native American studies researchers, and health professionals concerned with Native American health issues and alcohol abuse.

Stories Through Theories Theories Through Stories

Author: Gordon Henry
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ISBN: 9780870138416
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Stories Through Theories/Theories Through Stories explores the uneasy relations?often contentious, sometimes complicit?between American Indian Literature and literary theory. This collection of essays?sometimes playfully but always insistently?changes our readings of Native works and challenges our roles as intellectual guides until we step deeper into the ambiguous territories where writer, listener, reader, and critic intersect.Taken together, these essays provide compelling evidence for looking at primary Native cultures, authors, and histories as enrichments of Native literature.

Indigenous Education And Empowerment

Author: Ismael Abu-Saad
Publisher: Altamira Pr
ISBN: 9780759108943
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Indigenous people have often been confronted with education systems that ignore their cultural and historical perspectives. This insightful volume contributes to our understanding of indigenous empowerment through education, and creates a new foundation for implementing specialized indigenous/minority education worldwide, engaging the simultaneous projects of cultural preservation and social integration. A vital work for scholars in Native American studies, ethnic studies, and education.