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Record identifier : 568461
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Clark, Rose Lydia
Title and statement of responsibility : Multicultural life styles of urban American Indians in Los Angeles County [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : California School of Professional Psychology - Los Angeles, 1998
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , California School of Professional Psychology - Los Angeles
Summary or Abstract : The focus of this research was to examine the relationship between the multicultural life styles of American Indians and urbanization (number of years living in Los Angeles), boarding school exposure (attendance vs. non-attendance), and ethnic heritage (monoethnic vs. multiethnic).Four hypotheses were examined in this study. Hypothesis one stated that there would be a significant relationship between urbanization and multicultural life styles. More specifically, in component 1a it was expected that as the number of years of urbanization increased, multicultural distance scores away from American Indian culture would increase. In component 1b, it was expected that as urbanization increased, multicultural coexistence scores would increase. Hypothesis two stated that there would be a significant relationship between boarding school exposure and multicultural life styles. Hypothesis three stated that there would be a significant relationship between ethnic heritage (monoethnic vs. multiethnic) and multicultural life styles. In component 3a, it was expected that the monoethnic sub-sample would have significantly lower mean multicultural distance scores than the multiethnic sub-sample. In component 3b, it was expected that the monoethnic sub-sample would have significantly lower mean multicultural coexistence scores than the multiethnic sub-sample. Hypothesis 4a stated that the Anglo-American multicultural direction score would be significantly higher than the "other" multicultural direction score for the entire sample. In component 4b, it was expected that the difference between the Anglo-American multicultural direction scores and "other" (African American, Asian American, and/or Latino) multicultural direction scores would be significantly greater for those who attended boarding school than those who did not attend boarding school. In component 4c, it was expected that the difference between the Anglo-American multicultural direction scores and "other" (African American, Asian American, and/or Latino) multicultural direction scores would be significantly greater for those who are monoethnic than those who are multiethnic..
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