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School of Social Work Research Publications for Lisa M. Wexler

  1. Wexler, L. (2014). Looking across three generations of Alaska Natives to explore how culture fosters indigenous resilience. Transcultural Psychiatry, 51(1), 73-92.
  2. Willox, A. C., Stephenson, E., Allen, J., Bourque, F., Drossos, A., Elgarøy, S., & Wexler, L. (2014). Examining relationships between climate change and mental health in the Circumpolar North. Regional Environmental Change, 15(1), 169-182.
  3. Wexler, L, Joule, L., Garoutte, J., Mazziotti, J., Baldwin, E., Griffin, M., Jernigan, K. & Hopper, K. (2014). "Being responsible, respectful, trying to keep the traditional alive:" Cultural resilience and growing up in an Alaska Native community. Special Issue Transcultural Psychiatry, 51(5), 693-712.
  4. Allen, J., Hopper, K., Wexler, L., Kral, M., Rasmus, S., & Nystad, K. (2014). Mapping resilience pathways of indigenous youth in five circumpolar communities. Special Issue Transcultural Psychiatry, 51(5), 601-631.
  5. Ulturgasheva, O., Rasmus, S., Wexler, L., Kral, M. J., & CIPA Team (2014). Indigenous youth resilience and vulnerability: Comparative analysis of adolescent experiences across five circumpolar communities. Special Issue Transcultural Psychiatry, 51(5), 735-756.
  6. Wexler, L., Moses, J., Hopper, K., Joule, L., & Garoutte, J. (2013). Central role of relatedness in Alaska Native youth resilience: Preliminary themes from one site of the Circumpolar Indigenous Pathways to Adulthood (CIPA) Study. American Journal of Community Psychology, 52(3-4), 393-405.
  7. Wexler, L. & Gone, J. (2012). Culturally responsive suicide prevention in indigenous communities: Unexamined assumptions and new possibilities. American Journal of Public Health, 102(5), 800-806.
  8. Wexler, L., Silveira, M. L., & Bertone-Johnson, E. (2012). Factors associated with Alaska Native fatal and nonfatal suicidal behaviors 2001-2009: Considering trends and discussing implications for prevention. Archives of Suicide Research, 16(4), 273-286.
  9. Wexler, L., Gubrium, A., Griffin, M., & Difulvio, G. (2012). Promoting positive youth development and highlighting reasons for living in northwest Alaska through digital storytelling. Health Promotion Practice, 14(4), 617-623.
  10. Wexler, L. (2011). Behavioral health services "don't work for us": Cultural incongruities in human service systems for Alaska Native communities. American Journal of Community Psychology, 47(1-2), 157-169.
  11. Wexler, L. & Burke, T. (2011). Cultural identity, multicultural competence and resilience: A pilot study of Alaska Native students' experience at university. Journal of American Indian Education, 50(2), 44-64.
  12. Ulturgasheva, O., Wexler, L., Kral, M. J., Allen, J., Mohatt, G. V., Nystad, K., & CIPA Team (2011). Navigating international, interdisciplinary, collaborative inquiry: Phase 1 process in the circumpolar indigenous pathways to adulthood project. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 4(1), 75-87.
  13. Wexler, L. (2011). Intergenerational dialogue exchange and action: Introducing a community-based approach to connect youth, adults and elders in an Alaska Native community. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 10(3), 248-264.
  14. Wexler, L. (2009). Identifying colonial discourses in Inupiat young people's narratives as a way to understand the no future of Inupiat Youth suicide. Journal of American Indian Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 16(1), 1-24.
  15. Wexler, L. (2009). The importance of identity, culture, and history in the study of indigenous youth wellness. The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, 2(2), 267-278.
  16. Wexler, L., DiFluvio, G., & Burke, T. (2009). Resilience and marginalized youth: Making a case for personal and collective meaning-making as part of resilience research in public health. Social Science and Medicine, 69(4), 565-570.
  17. Wexler, L., Hill, R., Bertone-Johnson, E. & Fenaughty, A. (2008). Correlates of Alaska Native fatal and non-fatal suicidal behaviors, 1990-2001. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, 38(3), 311-320.
  18. Wexler, L. & Graves, K. (2008). The importance of culturally-responsive training for building a behavioral health workforce in Alaska Native villages: A case study from northwest Alaska. Special SAMSHA issue of the Journal of Rural Mental Health, 32(3), 22-33.
  19. Hill, R., Perkins, R., & Wexler, L. (2007). An analysis of hospital visits during the 12 months preceding suicide death in Northern Alaska. Alaska Medicine, 49(1), 16-21.
  20. Hagan, K., Hill, R., & Wexler, L. (2007). The prevention of suicide in Alaska's tribal health care setting. Primary Care: Indian Health Service, 32(7), 198-201.
  21. Wexler, L. (2006). Learning resistance: Inupiat and the US Bureau of Education, 1885-1906 - Deconstructing assimilation strategies and implications for today. Journal of American Indian Education, 45(1), 17-34.
  22. Wexler, L. (2006). Inupiat youth suicide and culture loss: Changing community conversations. Social Science and Medicine, 63(11), 2938-2948.
  23. Wexler, L. & Goodwin, B. (2006). Youth and adult community member beliefs about Inupiat youth suicide and prevention. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 65(5), 28-38.
  24. Rivkin, I., Black, J., Lopez, E. D. S., Filardi, E., Salganek, M., Newman, J., Haire, J., Nanouk, M., Philip, J., Charley, D., & Wexler, L. (in press). Integrating mentorship and digital storytelling to promote wellness for Alaska Native youth. Journal of American Indian Education, 59(2-3), 169-193.
  25. Wexler, L. Schmidt, T., White, L., Rataj, S., Bec, C., Moto, R., Kirk, T., & McEachern, D. (in press). Collaboratively adapting culturally-respectful, locally-relevant suicide prevention for newly participating Alaska Native communities. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology.

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