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NAVAJO INDIANS - ACCULTURATION

They return to the reservation because they are Indians

Article Date: 
January 7, 1968
Language: 
English

Tabu and Navajo material culture

Author: 
D. Gunnerson
Article Date: 
February 1959
Article Abstract: 
Suggests that decline of skin dressing and stone working may be due to revival of forgotten rites in connection with the work and renewed zeal with others, a sort of "antagonistic acculturation."
Language: 
English

Something old, something new

Author: 
M.Hornblower
Article Date: 
January 3, 1976
Language: 
English

Prejudice and discrimination against Navahos in a mining community

Author: 
R.A.Leubben
Article Date: 
October 1964
Language: 
English

Perceptions of living skills among Navajo high school students in Arizona

Author: 
A. Belon, et.al.
Article Date: 
May 1983
Article Abstract: 
Studies the decision to move off-reservation with the level of perceived preparedness in communication skills, money management, and social networking
Language: 
English

Navaho housing in transition

Author: 
M. Tremblay, J. Collier, T. T. Sasaki
Article Date: 
July 1954
Language: 
English

Life on the largest reservation

Author: 
S.Crowell
Article Date: 
Fall 1973
Language: 
English

Coal gasification: a crucial issue

Article Date: 
January 23, 1975
Language: 
English

A one year follow-up of Navajo migrants to Flagstaff, Arizona

Author: 
S.J.Kunitz and others
Article Date: 
Winter 1970
Language: 
English