American Indian Cultures: How CBPR Illuminated Intertribal Cultural Elements Fundamental to an Adaptation Effort

@article{JumperReeves2012AmericanIC,
  title={American Indian Cultures: How CBPR Illuminated Intertribal Cultural Elements Fundamental to an Adaptation Effort},
  author={Leslie Jumper-Reeves and Patricia Allen Dustman and Mary L. Harthun and Stephen Kulis and Eddie F. Brown},
  journal={Prevention Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={15},
  pages={547-556}
}
The ever-increasing numbers of ethnic minority populations in the USA seeking social services suggest that a “multicultural paradigm shift” is underway and gaining speed. This shift will increasingly demand that prevention programs and interventions be more culturally responsive. Interventions that are not aligned with prospective participants’ world views… CONTINUE READING