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Palliative Care for Aboriginal People
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Palliative care involves providing medical care to patients in a bid to alleviate their pain and suffering and not so much to heal as is with medical treatment. In a standard setting, palliative care commences as soon as a condition is diagnosed.… The core purpose of palliative care is to alleviate physical, psychological and social distress so that improves…
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Aboriginal people and the Canadian justice system
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The constitution of Canada through the constitutional act 1867 has recognized the existence of aboriginal communities or people and thus has guaranteed them rights in the constitution and in administering justice. … Section 35 of the constitution of Canada defines aborigines as 'aboriginal people in Canada include the Indian, Inuit, and metis people of…
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History of The Australian Aboriginal People
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The term 'aborigines' is believed to be coined from a Latin word that means 'original inhabitants' (Siasoco, 2006), thus Australia's aborigines are the native or indigenous people who lived in the area before the first European invasion in the late eighteenth century.… However, what appears to be clear is that the first Aboriginal settlers colonized what is…
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Separate Systems for Aboriginal people in Canada
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Aboriginal tribes of Canada constitute 3% of the total population but their legal offenders, prosecuted and sentenced, represent more than 20% of the total offenders serving their sentence (Statistics Canada, 2005). The statistics are testament to the discriminatory practices… We would therefore be discussing the pros and cons of the separate justice system.…
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Comparative paper between aboriginal people of canada and palestinian people
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The act has all the details about the Aboriginal life. It shows the nature of the anishinaabe governing body, land tenure systems and how the aboriginal… As a result of introduction of Indian Act, the government took the power of controlling the lives of aboriginal people and their lands (Hallett 100). The Aboriginal people were denied their rights. The Indian…
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The impact of European settlement on Aboriginal people in Canada
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It is possible to think that the European settlement in Canada only had a negative impact on the aboriginal people but there are good reasons for this thought. The first and primary impact of European settlement on the aboriginal people in Canada was displacement and removal… From fishermen on the coast, to traders for fur and other commodities, it is…
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The Experience of HIV Diagnosis Among Aboriginal People Living With HIV/AIDS and Depression
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Cain, Jackson, Prentice, Collins, Mill and Barlow authored the article, ‘The experience of HIV diagnosis among aboriginal people living with HIV/AIDS and depression,’ that the Qualitative Health Research published in the year 2013. The authored explored the effects of lives… The participants’ responses to their diagnoses were negative with elements of shock,…
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Discuss the different eras of resistance kinship relationships to Aboriginal people
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Kinship is a way of finding out relationship between the individuals in a society and now the kinship system is mostly used among the aboriginals and indigenous people in order to maintain order and structure in the society. This paper focuses on the different eras of resistance… Aboriginals are more found in Australia, India, Africa etc. they are different in…
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By Their Own Admission: The Canadian Government, Canada's Aboriginal People and the Meaning of Sovereignty
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Name 1 Name Class Instructor Date By Their Own Admission: The Canadian Government, Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples and the Meaning of Sovereignty Data from the 2006 Canadian census revealed a litany of facts that lead to one inescapable conclusion: Canada’s aboriginal populations contribute substantially to the country’s cultural and economic prosperity.…
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TheEeffect of the Residential Schools on the Aboriginal People in BC Canada
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This paper talks that similar to other disenfranchised groups across the globe, the Aboriginal people of British Columbia endured over a century of hardship aimed at forcing them to become more accepting and acclimated to Canadian culture. … It is important, therefore, to understand the effects that residential schools had on the Aboriginal people and Canadian…
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The effects of the Canadian residential school on the modern aboriginal people
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Imagine being forcefully taken away from your loved ones and being introduced to a new culture and being forced to forget the culture (the only one you have known since birth) only to be later on subjected to inhumane treatment and abuse including sexual abuse, this is what… residential schools, they were subjected to different forms of torture ranging from…
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Write an essay supporting or rejecting the charge that Emily Carr is racist in her presentation of Aboriginal People
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Emily Carr is one of the most renowned Canadian artists – part of the “group of seven” that helped create and define a uniquely Canadian form of art, separating it from English traditions that came before them and the overwhelming influence of American culture. She was… “Racism” is an incredibly difficult to define term: whole branches of colonial, post…
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Analyse different representations of Australian colonial history, and of the suffering of Aboriginal people
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Nicole’s Exercise This essay is based on speeches by two of Australia’s prime ministers, Paul Keating in 1992 and John Howard in 2007. Both (Keating 1992, p.1 and Howard 2007 p. 3-4) acknowledged aboriginals were not full participants in Australia. This was because of the attitudes of white colonial conquerors who considered them to be of inferior quality, thereby denying them access to opportunities to improve their lot.…
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The Adverse Effects the Canadian Fur Trade had on the Aboriginal People: 1600-1800
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Prior to the arrival of European settlers, Aboriginal Canadians had been hunting and living off the land in relative isolation for thousands of years. In the 16th century, European fishermen… The first European-Aboriginal trades were based on these encounters. Aboriginals desired metal and cloth goods while the Europeans needed meat and furs. Trading…
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Aboriginal Rights (Canada)
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The aboriginal rights in Canada feature inconstitution in section 35 of the charter of rights as part of the legal boundary governing the people in Canada. Historically, the aboriginal rightsprotected the aboriginal people and their status in the society. … They are separate entity rights in Canada that the aboriginal people have practiced and acclimatized to…
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Canadian Aboriginal Law
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Name: Course: Tutor: Date: Canadian Aboriginal Law The Canadian Aboriginal law is the customs legislation by aboriginal people upheld in the Canadian Supreme Court. It is a doctrine of Western law that was adopted to disparate the people’s fundamental rights of using and being governed by their own laws.… This assists in managing and bonding the interaction…
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Modern Aboriginal Literature
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Australian’s modern Aboriginal literature has grown and now receives both national and international attention. This is a big stride given that its usefulness was at once facing relegation from the literature world. … This effect has come of age due to the exceeding popularity of its original works, which have come out to mark an indelible purpose in the…
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Aboriginal native of canada
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The Indian Act is a piece of federal legislation that defines all the characteristics of Aboriginal life, focusing on the nature of band governance, land tenure systems to restrictions on Aboriginal cultural practices. It is part of the Canadian federal law handling matters… ossible for the government to determine the land base for these groups in the form of…
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Aboriginal culture
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Aboriginal Dreaming is not merely a series of mythical stories about ancestral heritage and the forming of earth but encompasses all that is indigenous in relation to knowledge; integral to knowledge and Dreaming is indigenous spirituality… Western science and Aboriginal knowledge are complementary and both provide insight into our world and environment. Just…
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Child Care Aboriginal Australia
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The term "stolen generation" refers to black aboriginal children and children of mixed marriages who were removed from their Aboriginal homes by the Australian government and taken to white settlements into an attempt to assimilate, or integrate, white and Aboriginal cultures.… "Assimilation" refers to the attempts of white Australian government to intermesh…
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Three chapters READING quiz (( Aboriginal Treaties )
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The treaties between natives and non-natives were generally divided into three: commercial compacts, peace/friendship treaties and territorial treaties. Commercial compacts were created in order to facilitate trade between European traders and the aboriginal people.… Marriages were mostly used by non-natives to cement social, political and economic links with…
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Australian aboriginal perspectives in the classroom
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Aboriginal Australians is a named that was given to the inhabitants who had already inhibited the continent by the British before they began colonizing Australia in… Aboriginal people were hunters and gatherers where they hunted and foraged for food in their lands. Australian Aborigines had a shared responsibility where women would go to the field to gather…
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Cross Cultural Management
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It is evident that the Aboriginal people keep to their culture in everything they do regardless of how much they mingle with people from other cultures. In many cases, people tend to change their… It has been observed that Aboriginal people who live away from their remote areas may adapt some cultures in order to survive. However, they occasionally get some…
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Policing of Aboriginal Communities with Emphasis on Canadian Policing Examples. - Urban and Rural Differences in Policing in Canada and at large to be examined
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Two decades back, traditional system of policing, based on British model was used, in which the main job of the police was to detect and prevent crime and maintain law & order. There was no dialogue… In Canada, aboriginal policing came into being a professional, reliable and responsible government body with the introduction of the First Nations Policing Policy…
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Issue of Children in Aboriginal Community
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ISSUE OF CHILDREN IN ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY Name University Course Instructor Date Introduction Canadian Aboriginal societies are well known for the exceptional love and pride for their children. Aboriginal societies consider children the most crucial part of the community.… Aboriginal children exercise full power and liberty in all aspects of their lives, a…
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