Traditional living and cultural ways as protective factors against suicide: perceptions of Alaska Native university students

@inproceedings{DeCou2013TraditionalLA,
  title={Traditional living and cultural ways as protective factors against suicide: perceptions of Alaska Native university students},
  author={Christopher R DeCou and Monica C. Skewes and Ellen D. S. L{\'o}pez},
  booktitle={International journal of circumpolar health},
  year={2013}
}
INTRODUCTION Native peoples living in Alaska have one of the highest rates of suicide in the world. This represents a significant health disparity for indigenous populations living in Alaska. This research was part of a larger study that explored qualitatively the perceptions of Alaska Native university students from rural communities regarding suicide. This analysis explored the resilience that arose from participants' experiences of traditional ways, including subsistence activities. Previous… CONTINUE READING

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