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HASKELL INDIAN NATIONS UNIVERSITY R.E.D. CENTER SERIES. Research Summit on the Urban Indian Experience Lawrence, Kansas April 11, 2008. The Contemporary American Indian In The Urban Setting: I See You, But Do You See Me?. Dr. Joseph Bohanon, Ph.D. Northeastern State University Tahlequah, OK.
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Research Summit on the Urban Indian Experience
April 11, 2008
Dr. Joseph Bohanon, Ph.D.
Northeastern State University
This group consisted of students ranging from middle school to high school. I was not surprised to find that this young group rated themselves at the highest level of physical health. Mental health ratings, however, came down somewhat. The majority of respondents rated their spirituality at the lowest level. The students gave employment the lowest rating which would be understandable.
The majority of this group consisted of college students. They rated both their physical and mental health at the highest levels. The responses for their spiritual ratings ranged from the middle to highest levels. Ratings for employment were balanced across the scale.
This group consisted of middle age respondents, which some were college graduates. Physical health ratings ranged from the mid to high level. Mental health ratings were low with a majority ranging from mid to high levels. Ratings for Spiritual and Employment were balanced across the scale.
This group consisted of adolescents ranging from middle school to high school. Based on their responses for Physical health ratings, the majority of students rated themselves at the next to highest level. Half of the respondents for Mental health chose the highest level. In the Spiritual category, half of the students ranged from mid level to half choosing the highest level. This group had 75% employment.
The majority of this group consisted of college students. The physical and mental health ratings selected by the respondents were mainly from the mid to highest level. 75% of this group chose the highest level of ratings for the spiritual category. Employment ratings balanced throughout the scale.
This middle age group had some college graduates. Physical health ratings were from mid to the next highest level. The majority of ratings were in the high level for their mental health. Spiritual ratings ranged from mid to the highest level. Over half of the subjects were employed.