WRIRWater Resources Investigation Report (USGS)
WRIRWalter Reed Institute of Research (US Army)
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The survey instrument was designed over the preceding eight months with the help of individuals familiar with, and in need of information about, aspects of the WRIR.
When the survey data were assembled, individuals on the WRIR familiar with aspects of the information (for example, housing quality, adolescent problems, health) were involved in discussions about how to interpret, assemble, communicate, and use the data.
The thesis of embeddedness is extremely useful in understanding patterns of lire on the WRIR, as on Indian reservations elsewhere (for example, Pickering 2000; Ward 1998).