Heads/Tails-Silenced Warriors and Baby Daddies: Young Fatherhood Among Native American Men

Janelle Palacios, RN, CNM, PhD Heads/Tails-Silenced Warriors and Baby Daddies: Young Fatherhood Among Native American Men

This targeted presentation will provide a dialogue on the dual roles Native American young fathers encounter in both their local and global communities. Ten Native American men between the ages of 16-21 living on a reservation were interviewed on their experiences of being young fathers. Online social identities were examined along with observation of fathering activities. 

Janelle Palacios, RN, CNM, PhD, graduated from the UCSF School of Nursing and is in the midst of of completing her second postdoctoral fellowship.  Dr. Palacios is an Affiliate Faculty at the University of Arizona’s Native American Research and Training Center, and has served as the Co-President of the Native Research Network, the oldest organization composed of indigenous researchers aimed at providing collaborative research practices with indigenous communities.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

School of Nursing, N 417 / 423

Event Type

Class/Info Session, Lecture/Seminar, Special Event, Academic

Affiliation

School of Nursing

Audience

Students, Faculty, Staff, Local Community, Alumni

Campus

Parnassus

Website

http://nursing.ucsf.edu/sites/nursing...

Department/Group
School of Nursing
Contact Info

Marieville.Sales@ucsf.edu

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