Process of Removing Aboriginal Children of Aboriginal Essay

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Research Proposal
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1Literature Review.............................................................................................................................1Research Methodologies..................................................................................................................3Research Design..........................................................................................................................3Sample Size.................................................................................................................................4Data Collection............................................................................................................................4Analyses of Data.........................................................................................................................4Ethical Consideration and Limitations.............................................................................................4Ethical Consideration..................................................................................................................4Research Limitation....................................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTIONThe research proposal will be based on the topic “Aboriginal families and the process ofremoving children to kin or foster families”. The area of research is significant in order todetermine the current position aboriginal children in the country. There are many social workerswho are activity participating in the activities that promote growth and development ofaboriginal children.Aim of research:“To identify the process of removing aboriginal children of Aboriginal andTorres Strait Islander community to kin or foster families”ObjectivesTo identify the process of aboriginal families of removing their children to kin or fosterfamiliesTo identify the impact of removing children on their families and aboriginal parents.To understand the laws and legislation formulated to protect the indigenous communityTo recommend methods in which growth and development of Aboriginal children can bedone effectively and efficiently.Literature ReviewAccording toWagner, Cross and Latimer, (2017),these children referred as “half caste”were removed mainly in the period approximately between 1905 and 1969. There were multiplepolicies and legislation formulated in 19thand 20thcentury in order to protect the indigenouschildren by removing them from their families and transferring them to the foster homes. Thisimplies that the removal of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children of Australia was tosafeguard them and protect the dying culture.Munns and Walker, (2015),argued that historiansand nationalists were against these policies as foster homes and other families made children ofAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander slaves and servants. Though the process of removingchildren from their own families was to protect the indigenous people of Australia fromextinction.Ridani Burns and Hunter (2015)contends that in the northern territory, the segregation ofAboriginal Australians was mixed with full blood aboriginal people. This means that in order toprotect the indigenous civilisation, an indigenous woman marries with non-indigenous man. Thisstep was a part of church mission, in which the authorities aim to protect the aboriginalpopulation of Australia effectively and efficiently (Spangaro, Frail and Zwi, 2016).Ritte,1
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