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State of Native American Youth Health
Robert Blum (ed); Aaron Fairbanks (ph)
Between 1988 and 1990, a survey was conducted of 14,000 Amer. Indian and Alaskan Native youths in the U.S. Students from 50 different tribes, across 200 schools in a dozen states participated. This is the largest and most comprehensive survey to date of the health status of Native Amer. youths living on or near reservations. Each of these 14,000 youths spent an hour answering questions ranging from their feelings about school, family, relationships, their physical health status and practices, to their emotional health, chemical health, as well as their sexual behavior, anti-social behavior, and risk-taking behaviors. “Gives us rich insight into the daily lives, the health habits, and the worries and concerns of rural Native Amer. youths.” Illustrations.
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