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SYMPOSIUM ON NATIVE AMERICAN WELLNESS

Guest Editors - Hilary N. Weaver & Maria Napoli

  • PERSPECTIVES ON WELLNESS: JOURNEYS ON THE RED ROAD - Hilary N. Weaver
  • NATIVE WELLNESS FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM: THE IMPACT OF GAMING - Maria Napoli
  • O'ODHAM HIMDAG AS A SOURCE OF STRENGTH AND WELLNESS AMONG THE TOHONO O'ODHAM OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA AND NORTHERN SONORA, MEXICO - Teri Knutson Woods, Karen Blaine, and Lauri Francisco
  • USING REASONS FOR LIVING TO CONNECT TO AMERICAN INDIAN HEALING TRADITIONS - Thomas L. Crofoot Graham
  • ENVISIONING A HEALTHY FUTURE: A RE-BECOMING OF NATIVE AMERICAN MEN - Paul Rock Krech
  • THE HOOP OF LEARNING: A HOLISTIC, MULTISYSTEMIC MODEL FOR FACILITATING EDUCATIONAL RESILIENCE AMONG INDIGENOUS STUDENTS - Margaret A. Waller, Scott K. Okamoto, Ted Hibbeler, Patricia Hibbeler, Patricia McIntyre, Roland McAllen- Walker, and Audrey A. Hankerson
  • E.L.D.E.R.S. GATHERING FOR NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH: CONTINUING NATIVE AMERICAN TRADITIONS AND CURBING SUBSTANCE ABUSE IN NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH - Warren Skye
  • PUBLIC VOICES AND PUBLIC POLICY: CHANGING THE SOCIETAL DISCOURSE ON "WELFARE" - Vicki Lens
  • RACE, WELFARE REFORM, AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS - Michael Reisch and David Sommerfeld

BOOK REVIEWS

  • The Living Legacy of Marx, Durkheim and Weber. Richard Altschuler (Ed.). Reviewed by Shana Cohen.
  • Social Work Practice with Immigrants and Refugees. Pallassana, R. Balgopal (Ed.). Review by Frederick L. Ahearn, Jr.
  • One Third of a Nation: Lorena Hickok Reports on the Great Depression. Richard Lowitt and Maurine Beasley (Eds.). Review by John M. Herrick
  • A Prelude to the Welfare State: The Origins of Workers' Compensation. Price V. Fishback and Shawn Everett Kantor. Review by Christopher R. Larrison
  • Reforming Social Security for Ourselves and Our Posterity. Charles P. Blahous III. Review by Martin B. Tracy
  • Social Security and Medicare: Individual vs. Collective Risk and Responsibility. Sheila Burke, Eric Kingson and Uwe Reinhart (Eds.). Review by Rick Hoefer

BOOK NOTES

  • Tripping on the Color Line: Black-White Multiracial Families in a Racially Divided World. Heather M. Dalmage.
  • International Social Work: Professional Action in an Interdependent World. Lynne M. Healy.
  • The Disability Rights Movement: From Charity to Confrontation. Doris Zames Fleischer and Frieda Zames.
  • Liberation Sociology. Joe R. Feegin and Hernan Vera.
  • Sustaining the New Economy: Work, Family and Community in the Information Age. Martin Carnoy.

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