The Relationship of Policy Preferences and Value Orientations Among Tribal Leaders and Anglo Administrators on Four North Dakota Reservations.
DENVER UNIV COLO GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK
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The report discusses the American Indian as a most isolated minority group in America, involving a need for developing programs appropriate to Amerind needs, and calls attention to the lack of insight into the differences between Indian orientations and the dominant culture. Research to remedy existing shortcomings is observed, including data collection, demographic sampling, hypotheses for value analysis, and welfare programs. Statistics are given on the social and interpersonal contacts between Indians and their Caucasian administrators on North Dakota reservations.
- Sociology and Law