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Volume 4, 1990, Issues 1-3

Volume 4, Issue No. 1 (1990)
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Editorial, 6-8 
Spero M. Manson, PhD  

The Persistence of Traditional Medicine in Urban Areas: The Case of Canada's Indians, 9-30 
James B. Waldram, PhD  

Locus of Control and Drinking Behavior in American Indian Alcoholics and Non-Alcoholics, 31-40
Pamela Jumper-Thurman, PhD, Deborah Jones-Saumty, MS, and Oscar A. Parsons, PhD
Psychiatric Function and Roles in an Indian Health Program Context, 41-52
Margaret A. Smith, MD
Ojibway Adolescent Time Spent with Parents/Elders as Related to Delinquency and Court Adjudication Experiences, 53-63 
Darryl Zitzow, PhD


Volume 4, Issue No. 2 (1990)
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Editorial, 1-6 
Spero M. Manson, PhD

Two Eskimo Villages Assess Mental Health Strengths and Needs, 7-24
Barbara A. Minton, PhD  

Tewa Children Who Have Epilepsy: A Health Care Dilemma, 25-42
Lemyra M. DeBruyn, PhD 

Panic Disorder among American Indians: A Descriptive Study, 43-54
Gordon Neligh, MD, Anna E. Barón, PhD, MD,Patricia Braun, MD, and Michael Czamecki, MD
An Ethnographic View: Positive Consequences of the War on Poverty, 55-71
Bruce G. Miller, PhD


Volume 4, Issue No. 3 (1990)
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In this issue, Dr. Philip May presents to Indian reservations and bordertown communities a comprehensive, consistent and clearly defined alcohol prevention/intervention policy. It follows a systematic, public health approach that considers the physical, mental, and social well-being of every individual within the region. This issue addresses all types of problematic alcohol consumption--from sporadic to regular, alcohol abuse and chronic alcoholism. It presents a variety of options for addressing alcohol problems that have been found to be of value in the control and reduction of alcohol abuse and related problems. Many figures from the field comment on and debate these issues, resulting in a highly readable and practical sourcebook.

Alcohol Policy Considerations for Indian Reservations and Bordertown Communities, 5-59
Philip A. May, PhD  

Native Alcohol Policy Options. You've Been Given A Map: Blazing a Trail is Up to You, 60-63 
Ron Peters, MA
Alcohol Policy Considerations in American Indian Communities: An Alternative View, 64-70 
Dwight B. Heath, PhD
Commentary on Alcohol Policy Considerations for Indian Reservations and Bordertown Communities, 71-76
Aron S. Wolf, MD
The Need for Community Consensus as a Condition of Policy Implementation in the Reduction of Alcohol Abuse on Indian Reservations, 77-81
Fred Beauvais, PhD
Community Development as Context for Alcohol Policy, 82-84 
Norman Dorpat, MS
The Next Twenty Years of Prevention in Indian Country: Visionary, Complex and Practical, 85-88 
Candace M. Fleming, PhD
Much Remains to be Done, 89-94
Delores Gregory, MD
Commentary, 95-100 
Jerrold E. Levy, PhD
An Emphasis on Solutions Rather than Problems, 101-104
Carol Chicago Lujan, PhD 

Do we Care Enough to Attempt Change in American Indian Alcohol Policy?, 105-111
Patricia D. Mail, MPH, MS
Alcohol Policy Considerations for Indian People, 112-119
doi: 10.5820/aian.0403.1990.112
James W. Thompson, MD, MPH
Alcohol Beverage Control Policy: Implementation on a Northern Plains Indian Reservation, 120-125
Mark C. Van Norman
Let the Debate, Study, and Action Continue: A Response to Twelve Critiques, 126-132
Philip A. May, PhD


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