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Dissertation – Violence and abuse against Indigenous Women

November 30, 2004

Numerous studies have documented widespread and disproportionate levels of violenceand abuse against Indigenous women. In spite of the troubling statistics that have been reported in national studies, little is known about best practices with this underserved population in the social work discipline. This study explores the phenomenon of violence and abuse against Indigenous women using a culturally-based empowerment framework.

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