Sexual Consequences of Acculturation of American Indian Women
If we look at the study of human sexuality today, we find considerable attention being given to the changes taking place in female sexuality. Interest is focused on future change and the effect it will have on female sexuality. The influence of acculturation on the sexuality of American Indian women is, therefore, considered a fitting and timely topic.
KeywordsIndian Child Indian Woman Indian People Indian Tribe Identity Crisis
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