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Maintaining Cultural Ties in the City: Perspectives of Four Generations of Urban-based American Indians on the Evolving Nature of Cultural Connectedness

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Title: Maintaining Cultural Ties in the City: Perspectives of Four Generations of Urban-based American Indians on the Evolving Nature of Cultural Connectedness
Creators: Lucero, Nancy M.
Keywords: urban-based American Indians
cultural connectedness of urban-based American Indians
cultural identity of urban-based American Indians
generational differences in cultural identity and cultural connectedness of urban-based American Indians
Issue Date: 2011-04-30
Publisher: Ohio State University. College of Social Work
Series/Report no.: National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work. 23rd
Abstract: Session 1: Cultural Ties and Acculturation. Presenter: Nancy M. Lucero, Ph.D., University of Denver (2009) - "Maintaining Cultural Ties in the City: Perspectives of Four Generations of Urban-Based American Indians on the Evolving Nature of Cultural Connectedness".
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/49734
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