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The Resource Psychology and Indigenous Australians : foundations of cultural competence, Rob Ranzijn, Keith McConnochie, Wendy Nolan

Psychology and Indigenous Australians : foundations of cultural competence, Rob Ranzijn, Keith McConnochie, Wendy Nolan

Label
Psychology and Indigenous Australians : foundations of cultural competence
Title
Psychology and Indigenous Australians
Title remainder
foundations of cultural competence
Statement of responsibility
Rob Ranzijn, Keith McConnochie, Wendy Nolan
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
ANL
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Ranzjin, Rob
Dewey number
362.849915
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • McConnochie, Keith R
  • Nolan, Wendy
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Psychology
  • Cultural competence
  • Intercultural communication
Label
Psychology and Indigenous Australians : foundations of cultural competence, Rob Ranzijn, Keith McConnochie, Wendy Nolan
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 239-249
Contents
Part 1 : Setting the theoretical context: Introduction to cultural competence -- Worldviews and culture : worldviews; the worldview of psychology; Culture and behaviour; Engaging across cultures -- Australian Indigenous cultures : The Dreaming, kinship and social organisation : Indigenous cultures; The Dreaming; Kinship and social organisation; Moieties, sections and sub-sections -- Indigenous lifestyles: meeting our basic needs; Characteristics of hunting/gathering/fishing societies; Principle of land usage in hunting/gathering/fishing societies; Trade; Reciprocity; Worldviews in a hunting/gathering/fishing society -- Pt 3: The impact of invasion and colonisation : Historical overview: colonisation and Indigenous Australians : initial contact: the arrival of the Europeans; The impact on Indigenous worldviews; Terra nullius; Legitimating dispossession; Civilising and Christianising; The Protection Era; Towards assimilation; The Assimilation era; The emergence of an Indigenous protest movement; Self-determination and land rights -- The Stolen Generations : The removal of Indigenous children from their families: a national inquiry; The Bringing them Home report (1997); The removal of Indigenous children from their families: an act of genocide?; What were the recommendations of the Bringing Them Home report?; Intergenerational trauma: legacies of Indigenous child removal policies; Indigenous child removal: a "black armband" view of history; A footnote: the current situation -- Indigenous Australians: the contemporary context : the Howard years; Indigenous Australians today; Social indicators; Continuing issues; The Apology; Grassroots initiatives to "close the gap" -- The psychological impacts of colonisation : Transgenerational trauma; Transmission of transgenerational trauma; Transgenerational trauma and Indigenous disadvantage; Racism: the "oxygen" that keeps transgenerational trauma alive -- Pt 4: Psychology and Indigenous Australians: "Doing our own work" : understanding ourselves, understanding our profession : Whiteness and unearned privilege; Critical psychology: putting psychology under the microscope -- The racialising of Australia: colonisation and the importing of stereotypes; The idea of "race"; The emergence of social Darwinism; Social Darwinism in Australia; Social Darwinism and the development of psychology; Psychology's views about Indigenous Australians -- Psychology and Indigenous Australians: past, present and future : Psychology during the Protection Era; Eugenics, psychometrics and the testing movement; Psychology during the Assimilation Era; The construction of deficits; Psychology and the Stolen Generations; New directions -- Pt 5: Guidelines for effective transcultural practice : Working effectively in Indigenous contexts : The Ways of Working model; Ways of working and the cultural competence model; Vicary and Bishop's model of engagement; The Ways of Working model of engagement; Western psychology and Indigenous ways of working; The ethics of working with Indigenous Australians; Whitefella/blackfella work; It's all too hard! - or is it rather simple? -- Working effectively in diverse cultural contexts : De-othering; The cultural competence model in diverse cultural contexts; Western psychology's neo-colonialism; Ways of working: Western psychology and people from diverse cultural groups; The Ways of Working model of engagement in diverse cultural contexts
Control code
000044522533
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xvii, 254 p.
Isbn
9781420256284
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Label
Psychology and Indigenous Australians : foundations of cultural competence, Rob Ranzijn, Keith McConnochie, Wendy Nolan
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 239-249
Contents
Part 1 : Setting the theoretical context: Introduction to cultural competence -- Worldviews and culture : worldviews; the worldview of psychology; Culture and behaviour; Engaging across cultures -- Australian Indigenous cultures : The Dreaming, kinship and social organisation : Indigenous cultures; The Dreaming; Kinship and social organisation; Moieties, sections and sub-sections -- Indigenous lifestyles: meeting our basic needs; Characteristics of hunting/gathering/fishing societies; Principle of land usage in hunting/gathering/fishing societies; Trade; Reciprocity; Worldviews in a hunting/gathering/fishing society -- Pt 3: The impact of invasion and colonisation : Historical overview: colonisation and Indigenous Australians : initial contact: the arrival of the Europeans; The impact on Indigenous worldviews; Terra nullius; Legitimating dispossession; Civilising and Christianising; The Protection Era; Towards assimilation; The Assimilation era; The emergence of an Indigenous protest movement; Self-determination and land rights -- The Stolen Generations : The removal of Indigenous children from their families: a national inquiry; The Bringing them Home report (1997); The removal of Indigenous children from their families: an act of genocide?; What were the recommendations of the Bringing Them Home report?; Intergenerational trauma: legacies of Indigenous child removal policies; Indigenous child removal: a "black armband" view of history; A footnote: the current situation -- Indigenous Australians: the contemporary context : the Howard years; Indigenous Australians today; Social indicators; Continuing issues; The Apology; Grassroots initiatives to "close the gap" -- The psychological impacts of colonisation : Transgenerational trauma; Transmission of transgenerational trauma; Transgenerational trauma and Indigenous disadvantage; Racism: the "oxygen" that keeps transgenerational trauma alive -- Pt 4: Psychology and Indigenous Australians: "Doing our own work" : understanding ourselves, understanding our profession : Whiteness and unearned privilege; Critical psychology: putting psychology under the microscope -- The racialising of Australia: colonisation and the importing of stereotypes; The idea of "race"; The emergence of social Darwinism; Social Darwinism in Australia; Social Darwinism and the development of psychology; Psychology's views about Indigenous Australians -- Psychology and Indigenous Australians: past, present and future : Psychology during the Protection Era; Eugenics, psychometrics and the testing movement; Psychology during the Assimilation Era; The construction of deficits; Psychology and the Stolen Generations; New directions -- Pt 5: Guidelines for effective transcultural practice : Working effectively in Indigenous contexts : The Ways of Working model; Ways of working and the cultural competence model; Vicary and Bishop's model of engagement; The Ways of Working model of engagement; Western psychology and Indigenous ways of working; The ethics of working with Indigenous Australians; Whitefella/blackfella work; It's all too hard! - or is it rather simple? -- Working effectively in diverse cultural contexts : De-othering; The cultural competence model in diverse cultural contexts; Western psychology's neo-colonialism; Ways of working: Western psychology and people from diverse cultural groups; The Ways of Working model of engagement in diverse cultural contexts
Control code
000044522533
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xvii, 254 p.
Isbn
9781420256284
Isbn Type
(pbk.)

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