Preventing Maltreatment in the U.S.: American Indian and Alaska Native Perspectives (book)
Part of a concentrated series that examines child maltreatment across minoritized, cultural groups, this volume embraces a decolonizing praxis that emphasizes a broader understanding of American Indian and Alaska Native child maltreatment and utilizes an Indigenous-feminist lens to conceptualize, treat, intervene, and promote wellness. Examining child maltreatment through the intersection of feminist, multicultural, and prevention/wellness promotion lenses, it interconnects Native elders/scholars’ stories with historical context, theory, and culturally and trauma-informed approaches of treating Native Americans and Alaska Native populations.
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- Royleen J. Ross, Juli M. Green, Milton A. Fuentes
- Book Details:
- paperback, 2022, 180 pages