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Stolen Generation

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Transcript of Stolen Generation

Stolen Generation what What happen?
In case children, about 100 000 indigenous children were treated like white people; act white, think white, believe white and speak white. So they were brought up by white families and they were denied any contact with their real parents. As well as they were made to live in church.
Most of boys were farm workers and the girls were domestic servants. The education was not important to them.
Many of the children stressed physical as well as psychological sufferings.
When was finish?
It was brought to an end of 1970 by the policy.
the term 'stolen Generation" occured at 1869 and finished 1969.
when Who was related in the term ‘the stolen generation?

Indigenous people and white people.
Indigenous people had to be looked after by others like white people. Who How How did the policy do in term ‘the stolen generation’?

The stolen generation policy showed what the paternalism is. White people thought that indigenous people could not raise their children well. So indigenous people had to be observed. It was a part of assimilation policy.
The children would be raised in white ways and helped to lose their indigenous identify.
Why Why the ‘stolen generation’?

Indigenous people’s society became like white society.
Indigenous children educated like white ways. For instance in act, believe, think and speak.
They were justified on the grounds that the children were being neglected or had become uncontrollable.
The indigenous culture and identity were destroyed by Assimilation and Socialization into white society.
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