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Although most examples in this chapter are of Navajo or Diné people, because of the author’s membership in this tribal nation, lack of other tribal examples in no way means lack of importance, and some require approval for use of the name. The AI/AN people are indigenous to North America. Although this chapter provides a broad overview of general AI/AN cultural beliefs and practices, readers are cautioned to be very careful not to generalize and stereotype this diverse and heterogeneous population, which is composed of more than 560 tribes and who speak at least 100 languages.
Ps 8/12/02 2:54 PM Page 9 Copyright © 2003 by F. A. Davis. reminded about their foreignness and lack of belonging, which tends to marginalize them and increase their vulnerability. Marginalization is defined as being different in the sense of being negatively distinguished from the norm. Margins are defined as “the peripheral, boundarydetermining aspects of persons, social networks, communities, and environments” (Hall et al, 1994, pp. 24–25). Marginalized people react and respond to situations in ways mainstream people consider unique or odd.
S. (1998). Women’s health care: Activist traditions and institutional change. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press. Wenger, N. , & Packard, B. (1993). Cardiovascular health and disease in women. New England Journal of Medicine, 324, 247–256. Wright, J. (1996). Female genital mutilation: An overview. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 24(2), 251–259. ps 8/12/02 2:54 PM Page 11 Copyright © 2003 by F. A. Davis. CHAPTER 2 African Americans PATRICIA F. ST. HILL, PhD, MPH, RN INTRODUCTION Who are the African-American People?