The Resource Report on the N.S.W. Bernard van Leer project : Aboriginal Family Education Centres (A.F.E.C.), submitted to the Aboriginal people and the Department of Aboriginal Affairs, Canberra by Brian Ross

Report on the N.S.W. Bernard van Leer project : Aboriginal Family Education Centres (A.F.E.C.), submitted to the Aboriginal people and the Department of Aboriginal Affairs, Canberra by Brian Ross

Label
Report on the N.S.W. Bernard van Leer project : Aboriginal Family Education Centres (A.F.E.C.)
Title
Report on the N.S.W. Bernard van Leer project
Title remainder
Aboriginal Family Education Centres (A.F.E.C.)
Statement of responsibility
submitted to the Aboriginal people and the Department of Aboriginal Affairs, Canberra by Brian Ross
Title variation
Report on the New South Wales Bernard van Leer Project
Creator
Subject
Summary
Aims of the project; A.F.E.C. as social movement; Aboriginality; needs of people and services of project; prejudice; adult and children co-learning
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Ross, Brian
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  • Bernard van Leer Foundation
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Report on the N.S.W. Bernard van Leer project : Aboriginal Family Education Centres (A.F.E.C.), submitted to the Aboriginal people and the Department of Aboriginal Affairs, Canberra by Brian Ross
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"December 1973"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 301-304
Contents
Terms of reference -- Programme of visits -- Summary for the Aboriginal people -- Summary for the Department of Aboriginal Affairs -- The aims of the Aboriginal Family Education Centres Project -- Observations: the place of value judgements; A.F.E.C. as a social movement; attitudes and beliefs; adult-child interaction; field officers; response to interviews; workbooks; buildings; attendance; transfer to interactions in the home could not be studied; sessions observed may not have been typical -- Interpretation and discussion: a caution; the ethics of intervention; the pros and cons; A.F.E.C as an incipient social movement; the match between the needs of Aboriginal people and the aims of A.F.E.C.: identity and self-worth, self determination, readiness for further education, family cohesion, participation in society -- Appendix A: A.F.E.C as a social movement : the future of A.F.E.C. as a social movement, field officers -- Appendix B: Can massive programmes in early education succeed? -- Appendix C: Identity: consequences of low self-esteem; Conditions associated with the development of high and low self esteem; Stigma as a factor in social interaction; The effects of prejudice on identity: Australia as a racialist society; Rural residence, prejudice and identity: poverty, education, health, the culture of poverty, destruction of social organization and culture, destruction of the family, interaction with white officials, outcomes -- Appendix D: reports on individual centres : Bellbrook, Boggabilla, Bowraville, Box Ridge, Cabbage Tree, Chippendale, Mount Druitt, Mungindi, Tabulam, Tingha, Toomelah, Walgett, Woodenbong -- Appendix E: Further research -- Appendix F: Are other programmes incompatible?
Control code
M0025350
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
iv, 304 p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 donated by ATSIC Library
Stock number
f10745
System control number
0038660
Label
Report on the N.S.W. Bernard van Leer project : Aboriginal Family Education Centres (A.F.E.C.), submitted to the Aboriginal people and the Department of Aboriginal Affairs, Canberra by Brian Ross
Publication
Note
"December 1973"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 301-304
Contents
Terms of reference -- Programme of visits -- Summary for the Aboriginal people -- Summary for the Department of Aboriginal Affairs -- The aims of the Aboriginal Family Education Centres Project -- Observations: the place of value judgements; A.F.E.C. as a social movement; attitudes and beliefs; adult-child interaction; field officers; response to interviews; workbooks; buildings; attendance; transfer to interactions in the home could not be studied; sessions observed may not have been typical -- Interpretation and discussion: a caution; the ethics of intervention; the pros and cons; A.F.E.C as an incipient social movement; the match between the needs of Aboriginal people and the aims of A.F.E.C.: identity and self-worth, self determination, readiness for further education, family cohesion, participation in society -- Appendix A: A.F.E.C as a social movement : the future of A.F.E.C. as a social movement, field officers -- Appendix B: Can massive programmes in early education succeed? -- Appendix C: Identity: consequences of low self-esteem; Conditions associated with the development of high and low self esteem; Stigma as a factor in social interaction; The effects of prejudice on identity: Australia as a racialist society; Rural residence, prejudice and identity: poverty, education, health, the culture of poverty, destruction of social organization and culture, destruction of the family, interaction with white officials, outcomes -- Appendix D: reports on individual centres : Bellbrook, Boggabilla, Bowraville, Box Ridge, Cabbage Tree, Chippendale, Mount Druitt, Mungindi, Tabulam, Tingha, Toomelah, Walgett, Woodenbong -- Appendix E: Further research -- Appendix F: Are other programmes incompatible?
Control code
M0025350
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
iv, 304 p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 donated by ATSIC Library
Stock number
f10745
System control number
0038660

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