H.O.P.E. for the Future: References and Footnotes


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Chandler, M. J., & Lalonde, C. E. (1998b). Cultural continuity as a hedge against suicide in canada’s first nations. Transcultural Psychiatry, 35(2), 191-219.

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Durie, M., Milroy, H., & Hunter, E. (2009). Mental health and the indigenous peoples of australia and new zealand. In L. J. Kirmayer, & G. G. Valaskakis (Eds.), Healing traditions: The mental health of aboriginal peoples in canada (pp. 36-55). Vancouver, Canada: UBC.

Fleming, J., & Ledogar, R. J. (2008). Resilience, an evolving concept: A review of literature relevant to aboriginal research. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 6(2), 7-23.

Freedenthal, S., & Stiffman, A. R. (2007). “They might think I was crazy”: Young american indians’ reasons for not seeking help when suicidal. Journal of Adolescent Research, 22(1), 58-77.

Kirmayer, L. J.,MD, Boothroyd Lucy J., M., & Hodgins Stephen, M., MSc. (1998). Attempted suicide among inuit youth: Psychological correlates and implications for prevention. Cas J Psychiatry, 43(8), 816.

Kirmayer, L., Fletcher, C., & Boothroyd, L. J. (1998). Suicide among the inuit of canada. In A. A. Leenaars, S. Wenckstern, I. Sakinofsky, R. J. Dyck, M. J. Kral & R. C. Bland (Eds.), Suicide in canada (pp. 187-211). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto.

Kirmayer, L., Hayton, B. B., Malus, M., Jimenez, V., Dufour, R., Quesnay, C., et al. (1993). Suicide in canadian aboriginal populations: Emerging trends in research and interventionRoyal Commission on Aboriginal Affairs.

Kirmayer, L. J., Brass, G. M., & Tait, C. L. (2000). The mental health of aboriginal peoples: Transformations of identity and community. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 45(7), 607-616.

Kirmayer, L. J., & Valaskakis, G. G. (2009). Healing traditions: The mental health of aboriginal peoples in canada. Vancouver, Canada: UBC.

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Kral, M. J. (2009). Transforming communities: Suicide, relatedness, and reclamation among inuit of nunavut. Unpublished manuscript.

Kral, M. J., & Idlout, L. (in press). Community wellness in the canadian arctic: Collective agency as subjective well-being. In L. J. Kirmayer, & G. Valaskakis (Eds.), Healing traditions: The mental health of canadian aboriginal peoples (). Vancouver, B.C.: University of British Columbia Press.

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Wexler, L. (2009a). Identifying colonial discourses in inupiat young people’s narratives as a way to understand the no future of inupiat youth suicide. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research (Online), 16(1), 1-24.

Wexler, L. (2009b). The importance of identity, culture and history in the study of indigenous youth wellness. The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, 2(2), 267-278.

Wexler, L. (2011). Behavioral health services “don’t work for us”: Cultural incongruities in human service systems for alaska native communities. American Journal of Community Psychology, 47(1-2), 157-169.

Wexler, L., & Graves, K. (2008). The importance of culturally-responsive training for building a behavioral health workforce in alaska native villages: A case study from northwest alaska. Journal of Rural Mental Health, 32(3), 22-34.

Wexler, L., Hill, R., Bertone-Johnson, E., & Fenaughty, A. (2008). Correlates of alaska native fatal and nonfatal suicidal behaviors 1990-2001. Suicide & Life-Threatening Behavior, 38(3), 311-320.

Wexler, L. (2006). Inupiat youth suicide and culture loss: Changing community conversations for prevention. Social Science & Medicine, 63(11), 2938-2948.

White, J., & Jodoin, N. (2004). Aboriginal youth: A manual of promising suicide prevention strategies. Calgary, Alberta Canada: Centre for Suicide Prevention.


1(M. Chandler & Proulx, 2006; M. J. Chandler & Lalonde, 1998; L. J. Kirmayer MD, Boothroyd Lucy J., & Hodgins Stephen, 1998; L. Kirmayer, Fletcher, & Boothroyd, 1998; L. J. Kirmayer, Brass, & Tait, 2000; Kral, 2003; Kral, 2009; L. Wexler, 2009; L. Wexler, 2006).

2{{1517 Wexler,L. 2008; 829 Wexler,L. 2008; 625 Freedenthal,Stacey 2007}}

3(Chandler & Lalonde, 1998b; Durie, Milroy, & Hunter, 2009; Fleming & Ledogar, 2008; Kirmayer et al., 1993; Kirmayer & Valaskakis, 2009; Kral & Idlout, in press; Wexler, 2009b; White & Jodoin, 2004)

4{{838 Wexler,L. 2011; 1517 Wexler,L. 2008; 2346 Walters,Karina L. 2009; 1717 Walters,KL 2002; 1593 Duran,E. 1998; 1732 Oetzel,John 2006}}.

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