|Editors:||Gayle Morse, PhD, Utah State University|
|Jacque Gray, PhD, University of North Dakota|
Journal of Indigenous Research.
This Journal was created in response to community requests for information about research that has been conducted among their people. The focus of this publication is to obtain articles about research conducted with Indigenous populations- written for laypeople - and approximately 1500-2000 words. These articles will be published in the Journal of Indigenous Research and will also be sent to local Native newspapers and websites. The articles submitted to newspapers will be under the title "Full Circle - Returning Native Research to the People" Submissions of current research in the areas of Environment, Public Health, Psychology, Education, and General Health are invited. Clinical case studies regarding culturally appropriate practice -based approaches to working with Indigenous people are also acceptable. It is expected that articles will be current research but may also be articles about initial data from projects that are underway. In addition, articles may be summaries of research that have already been published so we can share what has been completed with the communities.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Cognitive Functioning of Akwesasne Mohawk Adolescents Exposed to PCBs
Joan Newman 4425055, Mia Gallo, Akwesasne Task Force on the Environment, and Lawrence M. Schell
Food Security, Depression and Quality of Life in Northern Plains Indians
Jacqueline S. Gray, Kevin Gonzaga, James G. Penland, Henry C. Lukaski, and Patty Stensland
An Indigenous Epistemological Approach to Promote Health Through Effective Knowledge Translation
Selvi Roy and Barbara Campbell
Teeth and heavyset kids: Intervention similarities between childhood obesity and oral health interventions within Native American societies
Rodney C. Haring, Warren Skye Jr., Brenda L. Battleson, Maxine Brings-Him-Back-Janis, and Nicolette Teufel-Shone
Forward steps and missteps: What we’ve learned through the process of conducting CBPR research in rural Alaska.
Jordan P. Lewis and Keri Boyd
Does the American Psychological Association’s Code of Ethics work for us?
Gayle Skawennio Morse Ph.D. and Art W. Blume Ph.D.
Expectations and Preferences for Counseling and Psychotherapy in Native Americans
Mark Beitel, AhKeyah Andrada Allahjah, Christopher J. Cutter, Ned Blackhawk, Theodore Van Alst, and Declan T. Barry
Using Community Based Participatory Action Research as Service-learning for Tribal College Students
kimberly J. Cowden, Leander McDonald, and Robert Littlefield
A Sweetgrass Method of Bullying Prevention for Native American Youth
Mark Standing Eagle Baez and Patricia Isaac
Determined by the Community: CBPR in Alaska Native Communities Building Local Control and Self-Determination
Jordan P. Lewis and Keri Boyd
Reward Differences Between Adolescents From A Native American Community And Adolescents From A Non-Native American Community
Mark Guthmiller, Daniel D. Houlihan Ph.D., Liesa A. Klein, Kendra J. Homan, and Tammy J. Jollie-Trottier
American Indian Hope: A Potential Protective Factor Against Suicidal Ideation
Victoria M. O'Keefe, Raymond P. Tucker, LaRicka R. Wingate, and Kathy A. Rasmussen
A Preliminary Report on the Relationships Between Collective Self-Esteem, Historical Trauma, and Mental Health among Alaska Native Peoples
Tina Marie Woods, Ruth Zuniga, and E. J. R. David
Environmental Toxins and Depression in an American Indian Community
Gayle Skawennio Morse, Glen Duncan, Carolyn Noonan, Eva Garroutte, Azara Santiago-Rivera, David O. Carpenter, and Alice Tarbell
Fighting a Different Battle: Challenges Facing American Indians in Higher Education
Charles F. Harrington and Billie G. Harrington
Creating an Education Pipeline: Training American Indian Teachers
Virginia Norris Exton
Environmental contamination of the Yupik people of St. Lawrence Island, Alaska
David O. Carpenter and Pamela K. Miller