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By Andrew Armitage

It is a therapy of the social coverage of assimilation. It compares assimilation coverage in Australia, Canada and New Zealand and focuses specifically at the measures used to mildew the "next iteration" of aboriginal humans, whereas youngsters. The coverage is traced again to its origins within the British condo of Commons in 1837 and is proven to have taken various kinds in numerous coverage classes, starting from early missionary makes an attempt to "protect" aboriginal humans from ecu settlers, to present curiosity within the improvement of a extra plural society within which aboriginal humans keep an eye on their very own associations.

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Comparing the Policy of Aboriginal Assimilation: Australia, Canada, and New Zealand

It is a remedy of the social coverage of assimilation. It compares assimilation coverage in Australia, Canada and New Zealand and focuses specifically at the measures used to mildew the "next iteration" of aboriginal humans, whereas youngsters. The coverage is traced again to its origins within the British residence of Commons in 1837 and is proven to have taken varied types in several coverage classes, starting from early missionary makes an attempt to "protect" aboriginal humans from ecu settlers, to present curiosity within the improvement of a extra plural society within which aboriginal humans keep watch over their very own associations.

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It is well known that coloured races all over the world detest institutionalism. They have a tremendous affection for their children ... Our experience is that they come to regard the institution as their home ... These homes are simply clearing stations for the future members of the race ... You cannot change a native after he has reached the age of puberty, but before that it is possible to mould him. When the quarter caste home, in which there are now nearly 100 children, was started we had some trouble with the mothers [but after some visits they] were ...

Although Aboriginal peoples appeared to be without settlements, they were not without territory. All Aboriginals possessed and used their territory to sustain life; and all Aboriginals treasured the land, as its features had been part of their religions and cultures since time immemorial. When the whites took the land, they took everything. Early journal notes show that Aboriginal peoples recognized exactly what had happened. 'They were poor now. White men had taken their good country, they said, no ask for it but took it.

In 1818 the Reverend Robert Cartwright wrote to Governor MacQuarrie: There can be no doubt of the success of a general Establishment of Schools for the young ... I think it will now be admitted by every candid person that the materials we have to work with, though extremely rude, are nevertheless good. Buried as is the intellect of these savages in Augean filth, we may yet find gems of the first magnitude and brilliance ... 29 During this initial period, Aboriginal children were left by their parents at a government 'Institution' for instruction, but there was no way of making them stay there.

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