"Symptoms of something all around us": Mental Health, Inuit Culture, and Criminal Justice in Arctic Communities in Nunavut, Canada

Study involved 55 semi-structured interviews, and three focus groups consisting of representatives from four sectors: justice, health, community organizations and community members. Investigated applicability of rehabilitation-oriented criminal court mental health initiatives to the Arctic context.
Priscilla Ferrazzi
Terry Krupa
Open Access
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Social Science and Medicine, vol. 165, September 2016, pp. 159-167
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First Nation, Metis, Inuit Locations
Resource Type
Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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