Street Moves: Management of Spoiled Identity in the Subculture of Alaska Native Street People.
This paper will explore the behavioral patterns and cognitive constructs of a group of Alaska Natives who are part of a street subculture on Fourth Avenue in Anchorage, Alaska.
||Alaska Natives, Homelessness, Public Inebriation, Symbolic Interaction
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp.51-56.
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Dr Tierney is interested in qualitative methodologies, particularly life history. She has lived and taught in Vienna, Austria; Asahikawa, Japan; Bangkok, Thailand and has presented at conferences in those places as well as Havana, Cuba; and Australia.
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