Addictive Behaviours Among Aboriginal People in Canada.

By: Chansonneuve, Deborah.

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4to - 28 x 21.5 cm.; iv - 122 pp. Contents: Introductory section on methodology, Chapter 1: "Looking Back to Move Forwards". Chapter 2: "Addictive Behaviours and Residential School Abuse". Chapter 3: "Using the Wisdom of Culture to Promote Healing". Chapter 4: "Five Stories of Hope". Chapter 5: "Promising Practices in Addictions Prevention and Intervention". Chapter 6: "Conclusion and Continuation of the Journey". Three appendices - "Fact Sheets" (13 of them), "List of Key Informants" and "Annotated Bibliography" (9 pages) followed by 6 pages of references. Minor scuffing to the covers and wear to the cover edges, otherwise clean with a sound binding.

Title: Addictive Behaviours Among Aboriginal People in Canada.

Author Name: Chansonneuve, Deborah.

Categories: Social Sciences, Canadiana, Diet, Health & Fitness, Native Peoples,

Publisher: Ottawa, Ontario., Aboriginal Healing Foundation.: 2007

ISBN Number: 189728537X

ISBN Number 13: 9781897285374

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 32103

Keywords: Canada; Aboriginal; Native Peoples; PTSD; Culture; Genoicide; Addiction; Alcohol; Inhalants; Amphetamines; Opiods; Gambling; Sexuality; Tobacco; Trauma; Anishnawbe; Inuit;