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Historical Oppression and Intimate Partner Violence Experienced by Indigenous Women in the United States: Understanding Connections
  • C. Burnette
  • Sociology
  • Social Service Review
  • 1 September 2015
Although indigenous women in the United States consistently experience disproportionately high rates of intimate partner violence (IPV), attention to this problem is glaringly underrepresented in theExpand
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Disentangling Indigenous Women’s Experiences with Intimate Partner Violence in the United States
Although violence against Indigenous women is a global human rights and social justice issue, it must be examined within the local context. This article focuses on Indigenous women’s experiences withExpand
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Historical Oppression, Resilience, and Transcendence: Can a Holistic Framework Help Explain Violence Experienced by Indigenous People?
Although all minorities experience inequalities, indigenous peoples in the United States tend to experience the most severe violent victimization. Until now, an organizing framework to explain orExpand
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“It will always continue unless we can change something”: consequences of intimate partner violence for indigenous women, children, and families
Background Violence against indigenous women and girls is endemic, yet the absence of research on the consequences of this violence from the perspectives of women presents a profound barrier to theExpand
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Risk and Protective Factors Related to the Wellness of American Indian and Alaska Native Youth: A Systematic Review
IntroductionA goal of the United States Affordable Health Care Act is to move the nation a step closer toward health equity, a priority of the Healthy People 2020 initiative (1, 2). If health equity,Expand
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A Toolkit for Ethical and Culturally Sensitive Research: An Application with Indigenous Communities
Given the complex historical context of research with indigenous communities, there is an ethical imperative to ensure cultural sensitivity in research with these populations. Despite this need,Expand
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Historical Oppression and Indigenous Families: Uncovering Potential Risk Factors for Indigenous Families Touched by Violence
Violence against Indigenous women in the United States is higher than for any other racial group. Indigenous women tend to rely on families for support and recovery, yet the risk factors related toExpand
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Indigenous Women’s Resilience and Resistance to Historical Oppression
This article broadens awareness about the resilience of indigenous women from one southeastern tribe in the United States and critically analyzes the societal constraints that have impaired theirExpand
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Unraveling the web of intimate partner violence (IPV) with women from one southeastern tribe: a critical ethnography
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