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Laurie D. McCubbin & Hamilton I. McCubbin

In: Handbook for Working with Children and Youth: Pathways to Resilience across Cultures and Contexts

Chapter 2: Culture and Ethnic Identity in Family Resilience: Dynamic Processes in Trauma and Transformation of Indigenous People

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Culture and Ethnic Identity in Family Resilience: Dynamic Processes in Trauma and Transformation of Indigenous People
Culture and ethnic identity in family resilience: Dynamic processes in trauma and transformation of indigenous people
Laurie D.McCubbinHamilton I.McCubbin

The convergence of two generations of behavioral scientists, a psychologist and a family scientist, both of indigenous ancestry and immersed in the cultural context of their ancestors, inspired this chapter to give meaning to and advance understanding of family resilience and resilient behavior in response to trauma. In setting aside the strategy to present sweeping stereotypic generalizations about family resilience across cultures, the authors draw from ethnic identity and cultural studies in psychology, family science, feminist studies, and anthropology to explicate the dynamics of resilience in indigenous families and one of Polynesian ...

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