Self-perception and Perceived Alienation among American IndiansJournal of Community Psychology (1987)
Self-perception studies concerning the American Indian are summarized, beginning with early personality studies and progressing to the present. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between the findings and their effect on policy. Survey results of a national sample of 791 Indians are presented describing self-perceptions, perceptions toward feelings of alienation, and the relationship between the two constructs. Implications for research and identifying and developing community programs based on findings are included in the discussion.
- American Indian self-perceptions,
- American Indian perceived alienation
Publication DateJuly, 1987
Citation InformationJoseph E. Trimble, PhD. "Self-perception and Perceived Alienation among American Indians" Journal of Community Psychology Vol. 15 Iss. 3 (1987) p. 316 - 333
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/joseph_trimble/34/