- Kissing the ground. DATTA-RAY, SUNANDA K. // Telegraph (Calcutta, India);8/29/2015, p12
The article reports on the Indian attitude to position and office and the practice of kissing the thrones and even the ground where their Majesties had stood.
- Storms bring out worst in some people. Duby, Christopher // Fairfield County Business Journal;1/1/96, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p4
Opinion. Looks at the attitude of some people in America when making preparation for a pending snow storm. Hoarding of every thing in sight at grocery stores; Rush on the streets; Not caring about the other person.
- Indians roll eyes at an election. Jordan, Miriam // Christian Science Monitor;12/10/97, Vol. 90 Issue 11, p6
Remarks on the attitudes of people in India to the second election in two years, set for February of 1998. Negative economic impacts for the majority of Indians from elections; Why Indians blame elections for price increases; Outlook for a successful election producing a clear majority; Actions...
- Sacred surgeon. Alvord, Lon Arviso // Natural Health;Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p77
Presents the author's insights on her practice of medicine and general surgery and as an enrolled member of the Dine or Navajo tribe. Experience of stress during a gallbladder operation; Neglect of doctor to establish a relationship with the patient as required by doctor's Navajo side.
- Wearing a golden nest egg. Jordan, Miriam // Christian Science Monitor;2/20/98, Vol. 90 Issue 59, p1
Comments on the fascination with gold that women in India have. How India became the world's largest consumer of gold; The broad appeal of gold; Why gold is considered a woman's wealth; How most women do not even consider selling any gold that they possess; The social meaning of gold.
- The Use of the Thematic Apperception Test in the Study of Native American Psychological Characteristics: A Review and Archival Study of Navaho Men. Monopoli, John; Alworth, Lori L. // Genetic, Social & General Psychology Monographs;Feb2000, Vol. 126 Issue 1, p43
ABSTRACT. The present study was designed as a "snapshot in time"--an archival analysis of the psychological characteristics of four Navaho men taken from Navaho Veterans--A Study of Changing Values (E. Z. Vogt, 1951). From a sample of 15 men, Vogt judged 2 as "most acculturated" and 2 as "most...
- DO AMERICAN INDIAN MASCOTS = AMERICAN INDIAN PEOPLE? EXAMINING IMPLICIT BIAS TOWARDS AMERICAN INDIAN PEOPLE AND AMERICAN INDIAN MASCOTS. Chaney, John; Burke, Amanda; Burkley, Edward // American Indian & Alaska Native Mental Health Research: The Jour;2010, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p42
Empirical examinations of American Indian (AI) mascots have only recently entered into the discourse of mainstream psychology. The present studies examined implicit attitudes of non-AI people towards AI mascots and the extent to which they are related to attitudes towards AI people. Significant...
- IN THEIR OWN WORDS. // News from Native California;Winter2001/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p14
Presents the views and reactions shared by Chumash people who joined during the gathering on Sta. Cruz Island, California to celebrate a historic tomol crossing of the Santa Barbara Channel in 2001. Alan Salazar; Eilene Cruz; Michael Cruz.
- India bomb cries: `Respect me.' Barr, Cameron W. // Christian Science Monitor;6/10/98, Vol. 90 Issue 136, p1
Comments on the self-esteem that people in India are taking from the country's detonation of five nuclear devices in May of 1998. Frustration in India for how the country is perceived in the international community; Efforts by India to gain a seat on the United Nations Security Council; The...