"The Poison That Ruined the Nation": Native American Men-Alcohol, Identity, and Traditional Healing.

Abstract

Alcoholism and destructive drinking patterns are serious social problems in many Native American reservation and urban communities. This qualitative study of men from a single Great Lakes reservation community examined the social, cultural, and psychological aspects of their alcohol problems through their life stories. The men were in various stages of… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1557988315576937

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