Native American Communities on Health and Disability: A Borderland Dialogues
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Brownlie's principles of public international law KZ B76 A37 The stranger PQ A E85 Of human bondage PR A86 O31 Missing you PS O M The world according to Garp PS R8 W Bel canto : a novel PS A B Slaughterhouse-five, or, The children's crusade : a duty-dance with death PS O5 S The black swan : the impact of the highly improbable Q T Reasons of conscience : the bioethics debate in Germany QH S Self-organization and emergence in life sciences QU Human cloning : four fallacies and their legal consequences QU C5 M Drugged : the science and culture behind psychotropic drugs QV Current trends in borderland conferences and seminars demonstrate the pressing need for reconstructing intercultural conversations to include the authentic voice of global Indigenous peoples.
The authors examine translation issues that must be solved in order to have authentic borderland dialogues and offer examples of such dialogues that focus on the issues of wellness, unwellness, and disability.
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Native American Communities on Health and Disability opens a more realistic and respectful interpretation of Indigenous communities, knowledge theories, and cultural constructs than have existed in many traditional Western texts with the aim of advancing intercultural understanding. Book jacket. Additional Product Features Number of Volumes.
Narratives captivate and inform the reader as to Indigenous world-views offering wisdom and insight on how belief systems of Native Peoples can be integrated with modern health care. Lovern and Locust illuminate practices that can advance equality and respect, help remedy historical inequities, and improve treatment adherence and health outcomes. The authors offer sound advice for care-givers and general readers on how to foster harmony, balance, and wellness amidst the demands of modern life.
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Native American Communities on Health and Disability: A Borderland Dialogue
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