Social science studies (anthropology, psychology, etc.); social services

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Jacobs, Chick. "Hurricane Matthew one year later: Heartache and resolve." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC]. October 7, 2017.


"UNCP to host forum on Matthew [Editorial]." The Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. September 15, 2017.


Futch, Michael. "FEMA freezes public assistance funding for Matthew relief." Fayetteville Observer [Fayetteville, NC] September 14, 2017.


"White anxiety rules in Robeson despite its diverse demographics [Letter to the Editor]." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. February 7, 2017.


Shiles, Bob. "AIM walk reaches into Robeson." Robesonian (Lumberton, NC) June 23, 2016.


Bell, Ronny, et al. "Perceptions And Psychosocial Correlates Of Bullying Among Lumbee Indian Youth." American Indian & Alaska Native Mental Health Research: The Journal Of The National Center 21.1 (2014): 1-17. Academic Search Complete. Web. 21 Nov. 2014.


Brown, Geoffrey L., Ashley B. Craig, and Amy G. Halberstadt. "Parent Gender Differences in Emotion Socialization Behaviors Vary by Ethnicity and Child Gender." Parenting: Science and Practice 15.3 (2015): 135-157.


Hertel, Amy Locklear. "Saving by Lumbee Indians: Toward a theory of financial practices from yesterday and today." Diss. St. Louis, MO: Washington U, 2015.


Smokowski, PR, CB Evans, KL Cotter, and KC Webber. “Ethnic Identity and Mental Health in American Indian Youth: Examining Mediation Pathways Through Self-Esteem, and Future Optimism.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 43.3 (2014): 343-55.


West, Amy E., and Denise L. Newman. "Childhood behavioral inhibition and the experience of social anxiety in American Indian adolescents." Cultural diversity and ethnic minority psychology 13.3 (2007): 197-206.


Halberstadt, Amy G., et al. "Development And Validation Of The Parents' Beliefs About Children's Emotions Questionnaire." Psychological Assessment 25.4 (2013): 1195-1210. Academic Search Complete. Web. 21 Nov. 2014.


Parker, Alison E., et al. Emotions are a window into one's heart: a qualitative analysis of parental beliefs about children's emotions across three ethnic groups. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, vol. 77, no. 3. Ed. Collins, W. Andrew. Boston: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.


Knotek, Steven E. "Utilizing culturally responsive consultation to support innovation implementation in a rural school." Consulting psychology journal 64.1 (2012): 46-62.


Ward, Kristen. “Culturally Responsive Housing.” Thesis (M. Arch.) U of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2012.


Stelter, Rebecca L., and Amy G. Halberstadt. "The interplay between parental beliefs about children's emotions and parental stress impacts children's attachment security." Infant & Child Development 20.3 (2011): 272-87.


Lozada, Fantasy Taina. "The contribution of parents‘ beliefs about children‘s emotions to parents‘ emotion-related socialization behaviors." M. S. North Carolina State U, 2011.


Stelter, Rebecca Lynn. "Parental socialization of children's anger and sadness and children's affective social competence." Dissertation. North Carolina State U, 2010.


Stelter, Rebecca Lynn. "The relationships between parental beliefs about children's emotions, and children's perceptions and behavior." M. S. North Carolina State U, 2007.


Oxendine, David Bryan. Perceived fairness of an ethnic validation procedure: implications for Lumbee federal recognition. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, 2007.


Sider, Gerald M. “The walls came tumbling up: The production of culture, class and Native American societies.” Australian journal of anthropology 17.3 (December 2006): 276-90.


Scholl, Mark B. "Native American identity development and counseling preferences: A study of Lumbee undergraduates." Journal of college counseling 9 (2006): 47-59.


Rudd, Karen Sue (Beale). "The relationship between ethnicity, SES, and education on parental beliefs of manipulation, contempt, and privacy." Dissertation. North Carolina State U, 2006.


Newman, Denise L., Lisa M. Sontag, and Rebecca Salvato. "Psychosocial aspects of body mass and body image among rural American Indian adolescents." Journal of youth and adolescence 35.2 (2006): 265-75.


Newman, Denise L. “Ego development and ethnic identity formation in rural American Indian adolescents." Child development 76.3 (May/June 2005): 734-746.


Crenshaw, David L. “Employing Lumbee Native American Stories to Identify Selective Cultural Distinctives within Native American Churches for the Purpose of a Counseling Ministry.” Ministry Research Project (D.Min.). Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, 2005.


Bryant Jr., Alfred, and Teresa D. LaFromboise. “The racial identity and cultural orientation of Lumbee American Indian high school students.” Cultural diversity & ethnic minority psychology 11.1 (2005): 82-89.


Locklear, Tony Vincent. “Cultural considerations in elder abuse: The Lumbee Indian example.” Thesis (M.A., Liberal Studies). U of North Carolina at Wilmington, 2005. 80 pages.


West, Amy Elizabeth. “The experience of social anxiety in Native American adolescents.” Diss. (Psychology). U of Virginia, 2004. 139 p.


Oxendine, David Bryan. "The effects of social exclusion threat and justifications on perceived fairness of an ethnic validation procedure: Implications for Lumbee federal recognition." Dissertation. North Carolina State U, 2004.


Walker, Richard. “Hunt makes history with national honor.” Indian country today (Lakota times) 23.18 (October 15, 2003): B1.


Railey, John. “‘Bad’ girls: Indians posed a tricky race problem for the state.” Winston-Salem Journal Wednesday, December 11, 2002: A11.


Locklear, Mark. “Ground broken today for Pembroke group home.” Robesonian Tuesday, 28 May 2002.


“Lumbee program issues $135,000 in contracts.” Robesonian 16 April 2002.


Witten, Scott. “Money for mobile homes bad investment, says LRDA.” Robesonian Wednesday, 21 June 2000: 1A, 8A.


“Pembroke housing authority receives national recognition for excellence in housing.” Carolina Indian Voice 13 April 2000: 1, 5.


Byers, Donnie. “Past, future on display at Odom (sp) home dedication.” Robesonian 28 April 1999: 1A.


Sui, Lih-Jiuan H. “Mother and family values in the schooling of Lumbee Indians in the Baytown area.” Diss. University of Maryland, College Park, 1998. 206 pages.


Sider, Gerald. “Against experience: the struggles for history, tradition, and hope among Native American people.” Between history and histories: the making of silences and commemorations. Ed. Gerald Sider and Gavin Smith. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997. Pages 62-77. Key source


Steedly, Mary Margaret. “What is culture? Does it matter?” In: Field work: sites in literary and cultural studies. Ed. by Marjorie Garber, Paul B. Franklin, and Rebecca L. Walkowitz. New York; London: Routledge, 1996. Pp. 18-25.


U.S.  Dept. of Commerce.  Bureau of the Census.  1990 Census of Population.  General Housing Characteristics.  North Carolina.  (1990 CH-1-35).  Washington, DC: GPO, July 1992.  C3.224/3: 990 CH-1-35


U.S.  Dept. of Commerce.  Bureau of the Census.  1990 Census of Population.  General Population Characteristics.  North Carolina.  (1990 CP-1-35).  Washington: GPO, June 1992.  C3.223/6: 990 CP-1-35


“Officials Report 10,000 Lumbees Among 5.3 Million Missed in Census.”  Robesonian 26 March 1990: 5A.


Wurth-Hough, Sandra J. “The Dialectic of the Lumbee People and Their Polity.” Paper presented at the Western Social Science Annual Convention, 1990? 17 p.


Ransom, Ronald Gene.  “The Tie that Binds: The Grandparent/Grandchild Relationship Among the Lumbee Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Thesis.  U of Arizona, 1989.


Hitt, Greg.  “Violence Among Indians Hangs as a Backdrop to Investigation.”  Winston-Salem Journal 13 March 1988: A9.


Ross, Thomas E.  “The Lumbees: Population Growth of a Non-Reservation Indian Tribe.”  A Cultural Geography of North American Indians.  Ed. Thomas E. Ross.  Boulder: Westview, 1987.  Pp. 297-309.


Chavis, Ben.  “The Teacher-Student Relationships as Perceived by Lumbee Indians.”  Diss.  U of Arizona, 1986.


Gade, Ole, and H. Daniel Stilwell.  “Population Dynamics of the Coastal Plains Region. Robeson County.”  North Carolina: People and Environments.  Boone, NC: Geo-App, 1986.  Pp. 135-42.


Locklear, Von Sevastion. “A Cross Cultural Study to Determine How Mental Health Is Defined in a Tri-Racial County in Southeastern North Carolina.” Diss. Ohio State U, 1985.


494.     Barkley, Key L.  “Inter- and Intra-Group Levels of Esteem among Three Ethnic Groups.”  Journal of Negro Education 54.1 (1985): 56-70.


Shoieb, Farouk Tammam Ali.  “Sociodemographic Influences on Initial and Subsequent Childbearing: A Hazard Model Analysis.”  Diss.  North Carolina State U, 1985.


Bertoli, Fernando, et al.  “Infant Mortality by Socio-Economic Status for Blacks, Indians and Whites: A Longitudinal Analysis of North Carolina, 1968-1977.” Sociology and Social Research 68.3 (April 1984): 364-77.


Coyle, Norman.  “Adoption Problems Among Ethnic Groups: Lumbee Indian Children.”  Residential Group Care and Treatment 2.1-2 (Fall-Winter 1983): 149-60.  Rpt. in: Adoption for Troubled Children.  Haworth, 1984.  Pp. 149-60.


White, Jack Chapman.  “American Indian Youth Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Prevention Project.”  Diss.  Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, 1982.


Ross, Thomas E.  One Land, Three Peoples: An Atlas of Robeson County, North Carolina.  Lumberton: Thomas Ross, 1982.


Humphrey, John A., and Harriet J. Kupferer. “Homicide and suicide among the Cherokee and Lubee [sic] Indians of North Carolina.” International journal of social psychiatry 28.2 (Summer 1982): 121-28.


Baker, Nancy Roux-Teepen.  “American Indian Women in an Urban Setting.”  Diss.  Ohio State U, 1982.


Sampson, Nancy Morgan.  “A Study of the Self-Concepts of Black, White, and Indian Students, Grades Three through Twelve, Living in an Urban and a Rural Setting.”  Diss.  New York U, 1980.


Dixon, Laura Beth.  “Minority Group Status and Fertility in a Tri-Racial, Rural Population.”  Thesis.  North Carolina State U, 1979.


Beltrame, Thomas, and David V. McQueen.  “Urban and Rural Drinking Patterns: The Special Case of the Lumbee.”  International Journal of the Addictions 14.4 (1979): 533-48.


Southeastern Mental Health Center.  Pembroke Indian Alcohol Project.  John E. Harrison, Coordinator.  ID# PH 23-5878.  8/1/78.


Beasley, Cherry Maynor.  “A Descriptive Study of the Denver Developmental Screening Test Scores of Lumbee Children in Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Thesis.  U of North Carolina, 1978.


Clifford, William B., and Patricia L. Tobin. “Labor Force Participation of Working Mothers and Family Formation.” Demography 14.3 (Aug. 1977): 273-84.


Locklear, Herbert H.  “American Indian Alcoholism: Program for Treatment.”  Social Work 22.3 (May 1977): 202-07.


Wicker, Leslie Cleveland.  “Racial Awareness and Racial Identification Among American Indian Children as Influenced by Native-American Power Ideology and Self-Concept.”  Diss.  U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1977.


Sporn, Leslie K.  “Alcoholism and Individual Social Disorganization Among the Lumbi [sic] Indians.”  Thesis.  U of Maryland at Baltimore, 1977.


Beltrame, Thomas F.  “Urban and Rural Lumbee Indian Drinking Patterns."  Diss.  Johns Hopkins U, 1976.


Johnson, Meighan George.  “Social-Demographic and Role Performance Differences in Fertility in a Rural, Low-Income, Tri-Racial County.”  Diss.  North Carolina State U, 1976.


Bull, Rex Warren.  “A Tri-Racial MMPI Study.”  Thesis.  U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1976.


Kupferer, Harriet J., and John A. Humphrey. “Fatal Indian violence in North Carolina.” Anthropological quarterly 48.4 (Oct. 1975): 236-44.


Clifford, William B., et al.  “Modern and Traditional Value Orientations and Fertility Behavior in a Rural County.”  International Journal of Contemporary Sociology 12.3-4 (July & Oct. 1975): 232-43.


Tobin, Patricia L., et al.  “Value of Children and Fertility Behavior in a Tri-Racial, Rural County.”  Journal of Comparative Family Studies 6.1 (Spring 1975): 46-55.


Davis, Adam Clarke, et al.  Fertility Behavior in a Tri-Racial, Low Income Rural County.  Project report.  Raleigh: North Carolina State U, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, 1974.


Borowsky, Christina Marie.  “Behavioral Characteristics of Lumbee Children According to Sibling Position.”  Thesis.  U of Maryland at Baltimore, 1973.


Magdol, Edward.  “Against the Gentry: An Inquiry into a Southern Lower-Class Community and Culture, 1865-1870.”  Journal of Social History 6.3 (1973): 259-83.


Levensky, Kay.  The Performance of American Indian Children on the Draw-A-Man Test.  (National Study of American Indian Education, Series III, Assorted Papers, No. 2.)   Washington: Office of Education, 1971.


Temple, Dennis Michael.  “Comparative Approach to the Study of a White-Indian-Negro Caste System in Robeson County, North Carolina.”  Thesis.  North Carolina State U, 1971.


Franklin, John Hope.  The Free Negro in North Carolina, 1790-1860.  1943.  New York: Russell & Russell, 1969.  Pp. 79-80.


Briley, Mollye Hughes.  “A Study of the Interpersonal Value Orientations of Extension Homemakers in Robeson County, NC.”  Thesis.  North Carolina State U, 1968.


North Carolina Fund.  Characteristics of Individuals in Areas Served by the Tri-County Community Action Program.  (Survey of Low Income Families in North Carolina.  Report no. 3K.)  Durham, Aug. 1967.  63 p.


North Carolina Fund.  Characteristics of Households in Areas Served by the Tri-County Community Action Program.  (Survey of Low-Income Families in North Carolina.  Report No. 2K.) Durham, NC, June 1967.  53 p.


North Carolina Fund.  A Profile of Community Problems: Richmond, Scotland, and Robeson Counties.  Compiled for Tri-County Community Action, Inc. by the Fund.  2 v.  N.p., 1965?.



U.S. Bureau of the Census. Census of the Population: 1960. Volume 1: Characteristics of the Population. Part 35: North Carolina.


Johnson, Guy B.  “Dr. and Mrs. Johnson Plan Study of Indian Community.”  Pembroke Progress 12 Aug. 1948: Sec. 2 p. 1B.


Johnson, Guy B.  “Personality in a White-Indian-Negro Community.”  American Sociological Review 4.4 (Aug. 1939):  516-23. Excerpted in: When Peoples Meet.  New York: Hinds, Hayden, and Eldredge, 1946.  Pp. 576-82.


Guy Benton Johnson Papers, 1830-1882, 1901-1987 (Collection number: 3826). Southern Historical Collection. Louis Round Wilson Special Collections Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, North Carolina.