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  • Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, History of Colonization in Australia, Australian Society, Statistics, Western Society

     

    Essays4 Sociology, History, Culture

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ID number:788525
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Published: 21.05.2002.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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In critically evaluate the claim that the high rate of Aboriginal deaths in custody can be explained as a statistical phenomenon rather than a cultural one, an Australia wide generalization must be made. It is also important to compare the rate Aboriginal deaths in custody against the rates of the rest of the Australian population. The history of colonization in Australia provides vital information about how society acts and how the indigenous group is perceived. Australia's history was one of harsh treatment and racial prejudice towards the Aboriginal people. The western society held the power, which led to the oppression and outcasting of the native race. Over the past two hundred years, the Aboriginal community has suffered from genocide, inequality, severe racism as well as cultural loss. Each of the events that took place in history has led to deaths in custody, which can be explained as a cultural phenomenon, rather than simply a statistical one. The Royal Commission into Deaths in Custody provides horrific statistical data in relation to death rates and causes. The reason for the high death rates can be related to cultural biases in prison and unfair, racist treatment within society. These reasons have many serious implications on the lives of the Aboriginal society. The Royal Commission and ATSIC are currently developing strategies in order to resolve these issues.…

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