up learning two kinds of histories memories preserved by family and a

Up learning two kinds of histories memories preserved

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up learning two kinds of histories: memories preserved by family, and a humiliating textbook history taught in schools that does not recognise the depth of Indigenous culture. Behrendt (2003) noted that reconciliation can only occur when sovereignty is acknowledged through the recognition of past injustices, property rights and cultural practices. Reflection: Western systems and structures have had a particularly negative effect on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people when it comes to them seeking mental health services. Separation from their land, culture and families (factors causing mental health problems) often occur as a direct result of western influence this leads to a distrust of the services that those very same people offer to them. Assessment 6 Potential Needs of Marginalised Groups 1. Discuss marginalised groups a.Who are these groups? b.Why would they become protective of their culture and social structures?Assessment by Madison White
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2.Discuss the physical, mental and emotional needs of marginalised groups
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