Status integration and suicide among Native American women

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Thomas J. Young
Laurence French
Cite this article:  Young, T., & French, L. (1995). Status integration and suicide among Native American women. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 23(2), 155-158.


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The present study sought cross-cultural replication of studies reporting positive correlations for the percent of women in the labor force and suicide rates for men, supporting status integration theory. Contrary to expectations, data from the U.S. Indian Health Service areas yielded a significant, positive Pearson correlation coefficient for women but a nonsignificant correlation for men. Implications for cross-cultural research on status integration and suicide are discussed.
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