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Comparing the Policy of Aboriginal Assimilation: Australia, by Andrew Armitage

By Andrew Armitage

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

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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 ... 8 Australia: Aboriginal Welfare Policy The effect of the conference was an increased commitment to the policy of assimilation in states like New South Wales, where it was then a hundred years since Aboriginal peoples had been in full contact with Europeans.

Indeed, the residents of Aboriginal reserves were referred to in official documents as inmates. Assisting Church Missions The Australian states encouraged church missions to provide a refuge for Aboriginal peoples. The 1837 House of Commons Select Committee on Aborigines saw Christian missions as particularly suited to the task of 'civilizing' Aboriginals. They were also less expensive than were government settlements. In addition to receiving support from their home churches, missions raised funds through farming and commercial enterprises in an attempt to become economically self-sufficient communities.

Peter Read writes: Aboriginal people were to be brought to live amongst white people. They would proceed to act and think like them as they became progressively europeanised. In successive generations the 'Aboriginal strain' would become less prominent until no one would be distinguished - or would want to be distinguished - as being of Aboriginal descent. Within a few generations the former Aborigines would actually be white people. There remained two practical problems... 9 Policies based on incentive as well as those based on coercion were used to achieve these objectives.

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