Portland State University. School of Social Work
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Master of Social Work (MSW)
Helen Marie Camel, Indians of North America -- Mixed descent -- Biography, Indians of North America -- Cultural assimilation, Identity (Psychology)
1 online resource (v, 81 pages)
This research effort is based on the life and development process which the author has experienced and is currently experiencing. This effort for all intents and purposes, is an individual self-study. "Critical Incidents" have been utilized to develop a sense of understanding for the reader. In reading this paper, one can see that at times negative social and cultural situations would cause the author an unusually high level of inner stress, which was not always apparent to the outside world.
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Camel, Helen Marie, "Adaptation to dominant society : a self study of a woman of mixed race, black/Indian" (1980). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3452.