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1 Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS COMPANY COMPANY People of Navajo People of Navajo American Heritage American Heritage
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Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS COMPANY COMPANY 5 Macro Aspects of Model Global society Code Talkers Handicrafts, blankets, pottery, etc Sand paintings Sheep Tony Hillerman books
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Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS COMPANY COMPANY 9 Macro Aspects of Model Community Family Person Health
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Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS COMPANY COMPANY 10 10 Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Original inhabitants of NA 500 other tribes Heritage and Residence Largest American Indian group in US AZ, NM, UT nomadic
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Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS COMPANY COMPANY 11 11 Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Migration and Economics Forced migration to Ft. Sill, OK Limited job opportunities migration in and out of reservation Oil leases, gaming
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Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS COMPANY COMPANY 12 12 Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Educational Status and Occupations Only 55% completed high school Focus on tribal knowledge and clan placement Group > individual Hx of boarding schools Social work, labor, artist, weavers
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Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS COMPANY COMPANY 13 13 Communication Language and dialects Navajo, many bilingual with English or Spanish Written form in 1970s Many dialects, subtle variation in pronunciation HCPs unless native should use translator Loud talking is rude
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Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS COMPANY COMPANY 14 14 Communication Contextual use of the language Hesitant to share thoughts and feelings out side of clan Comfortable with silence Non-verbal impt. Touch and spatial distance Unacceptable unless know well Indicate directions with lips Distant personal distance
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Copyright (C) 2003 by F. A. DAVIS COMPANY COMPANY 15 15 Communication Eye contact and greetings Direct eye contact rude, confrontational Time and temporality
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