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Perceived Impact of IDA Participation Among Hawaiians

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Title:Perceived Impact of IDA Participation Among Hawaiians
Authors:Rothwell, D.W.
Bhaiji, R.
Blumenthal, A.
Keywords:asset-based interventions
Indigenous peoples
Native Hawaiians
social development
Individual Development Accounts
LC Subject Headings:Indigenous peoples--Periodicals.
Social work with indigenous peoples--Periodicals.
Date Issued:Sep 2013
Publisher:Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Citation:Rothwell, D. W., Bhaiji, R. & Blumenthal, A. (2013). Perceived Impact of IDA Participation Among Hawaiians. Journal of Indigenous Social Development, 2(1).
Abstract:Indigenous peoples face many challenges in terms of social development and the lingering effects of colonization. Asset-based social welfare interventions have shown positive effects in both the long- and short-terms. Some Indigenous communities are now exploring how asset-based interventions might promote social development. This qualitative descriptive study explores the perceived impact of a large asset-building intervention—the Individual Development Account (IDA)
Pages/Duration:18 pages
Appears in Collections: JISD Volume 02, Issue 01 [Journal of Indigenous Social Development]

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