Cultural Models and Fertility Timing among Cherokee and White Youth in Appalachia: Beyond the Mode

Cultural Models and Fertility Timing among Cherokee and

Dec 01, 2009 · We test whether Cherokee and white youth show different models for the timing and sequencing of childbearing in the life course vis-à-vis other major life course goals, above and beyond any influence of current socioeconomic deprivation. Furthermore, we examine whether Cherokee and white youth show clear modal differences in models of childbearing.

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Cultural Models and Fertility Timing among Cherokee and

Cultural Models and Fertility Timing among Cherokee and White Youth in Appalachia: Beyond the Mode ABSTRACT Much anthropological research and theory concerns how group differences in behavior, subjective experience, and ways of seeing the world (i.e., cultural differences) are …

Published in: American Anthropologist · 2009Authors: Ryan Andrew Brown · Daniel J Hruschka · Carol M WorthmanAffiliation: Rand Corporation · Arizona State University · Emory UniversityAbout: Fertility · Cross-cultural studies · Ethnic group · Life course approach · Cherokee · S…

Cultural Models and Fertility Timing among Cherokee and

For example, cultural differences in community organization and values about child raising between white and Cherokee Appalachian youth shape distinct patterns in the timing of reproduction

Cultural Models and Fertility Timing among Cherokee and

Cultural Models and Fertility Timing among Cherokee and White Youth in Appalachia: Beyond the Mode Ryan A. Brown , RAND Corporation, Santa Monica Daniel J. Hruschka , Santa Fe Institute and Arizona State University

Cultural Models and Fertility Timing among Cherokee and

In the United States, American Indian groups exhibit some of the highest and earliest fertility. We used ethnographic data as well as structured card‐sort and questionnaire data to compare cultural models of childbearing among Cherokee and white youth in Appalachia.

Cultural Models and Fertility Timing among Cherokee and

In the United States, American Indian groups exhibit some of the highest and earliest fertility. We used ethnographic data as well as structured card-sort and questionnaire data to compare cultural models of childbearing among Cherokee and white youth in Appalachia.

Published in: American Anthropologist · 2009Authors: Ryan Andrew Brown · Daniel J Hruschka · Carol M WorthmanAffiliation: Rand Corporation · Arizona State University · Emory UniversityAbout: Fertility · Cross-cultural studies · Ethnic group · Life course approach · Cherokee · S…

American Anthropologist: Cultural Models & Fertility

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Moving from ethnography to epidemiology: lessons learned

Cultural models and fertility timing among Cherokee and white youth in Appalachia: Beyond the mode. 2008 Accepted for publication by American Anthropologist. [PMC free article] Brown RA, Worthman CM, Costello EJ, Erkanli A.

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Overall, characteristics of census tracts were the most common and influential predictors of lifecourse priorities. Childhood family poverty, parental relationship problems, parental crime, and stressful life events were also important predictors. Race–ethnicity or cultural group (Cherokee vs. white), age, and gender were relatively unimportant.

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Jul 20, 2016 · American Anthropologist: Cultural Models Fertility Timing Among Cherokee White Youth in Appalachia; the Moral Economy of Tobacco; Wounaan s Riverine Rhizomic Cosmos and Arboreal Conservation; Converting to Islam in the Christian Solomon Islands

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Dr. Hruschka teaches courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level, including Culture and Health: Medical Anthropology, Society & Drugs, Introduction to Global Health and Health: Social and Biocultural Theories.

Moving from ethnography to epidemiology: Lessons learned

Cultural and community determinants of subjective social status among Cherokee and White youth. Ethn Health 2008; 13: 289 – 303 [Taylor & Francis Online], [Web of Science ®] [Google Scholar]). This finding would have been impossible to obtain had we forced our preconceptions of ethnic differences onto the development of the LTI-Y.

Published in: Annals of Human Biology · 2009Authors: Ryan Andrew Brown · Jennifer Kuzara · William E Copeland · E Jane Costello · Adria…Affiliation: Northwestern University · Emory University · Duke UniversityAbout: Epidemiology · Life course approach · Psychiatric epidemiology · Ethnic group · Popul…