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The Intergenerational Effects of Forced Separation on the Social and Emotional Wellbeing of Aboriginal Children and Young People

Silburn, Sven, Zubrick, S., Lawrence, D., Mitrou, F., Demaio, J., Blair, E., Cox, A., Dalby, R., Griffin, Jodie, Pearson, G. and Hayward, C. (2006). The Intergenerational Effects of Forced Separation on the Social and Emotional Wellbeing of Aboriginal Children and Young People. Family Matters,75:10-17.

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Title The Intergenerational Effects of Forced Separation on the Social and Emotional Wellbeing of Aboriginal Children and Young People
Author Silburn, Sven
Zubrick, S.
Lawrence, D.
Mitrou, F.
Demaio, J.
Blair, E.
Cox, A.
Dalby, R.
Griffin, Jodie
Pearson, G.
Hayward, C.
Journal Name Family Matters
Publication Date 2006
Volume Number 75
ISSN 1030-2646   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 10
End Page 17
Total Pages 8
Place of Publication Australia
Publisher Australian Institute of Family Studies
Field of Research 1117 - Public Health and Health Services
1603 - Demography
HERDC Category C1 - Journal Article (DEST)
Abstract It is now generally accepted that both forced separation and forced relocation have had devastating consequences on Indigenous families in terms of social and cultural dislocation and have impacted on the health and well being of subsequent generations. However, until recently there has been little or no empirical data to scientifically document the nature and extent of these intergenerational effects. In this paper, the authors seek to address this gap in the research.
 
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