Matter: The effects of Indian residential colleges
Annotated Operating Bibliography
Bombay. A., Matheson, E., & Anisman, H. (2011). The impact of stressors on second technology Indian residential school remainders. Transcultural Psychiatry, 48 (4), 367-391. doi: 10. 1177/1363461511410240 In this article Bombay et. al. writes regarding the effects of non commercial schools. Many Native kids were forced to attend Of india Residential College (IRS) and suffered shock, neglect, abuse, and much more. Bombay also examines the intergenerational patterns and effects.
David, Ur. (1996, October 22). Local residential colleges leave often-brutal legacy BACKGROUND/fallout in indigenous communitues contains suicide, dependency on alcohol, various forms of abuse. The Globe and Postal mail, p. A. 7. Barcelone, Ontario, Canada: The Globe & Mail trademark Bell Globemedia Publishing Inc. In this article David writes regarding brutal legacy left, the aftermath of residential college and the fallout of effects that take place such as, suicide, alcohol abuse, and many more forms of mistreatment.
Hookimaw-Witt, J. (1998). Any Improvements since non commercial school? twenty-two (2), pp. 159-170. This content writes about the changes since residential college, and how have they changed seeing that IRS.
Indian household schools: The Nuu-chah-nulth Experience: Report from the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribe Council Indian Residential University Study 1992-1994. (1996). Dock Alberni, BC, Canada: Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council. The key issues of this book entails: parting from people, abuse, lack of language, decrease of culture, and private experiences with the Nuu-chah-nulth people. Jack, A. S., & Secwepemc Cultural Education Culture. (2006). In today's world: Stories from the Kamloops Indian Residential College. Penticton, BC: Theytus Ebooks. In this book Behind Closed Doors will be about thirty-two individuals that came forward to inform their tales as part of a healing journey. This book was for the most part to assist their families and communities...
Bibliography: Bombay. A., Matheson, E., & Anisman, H. (2011). The impact of stressors on second technology Indian home school remainders. Transcultural Psychiatry, 48 (4), 367-391. doi: 10. 1177/1363461511410240
In this article Bombay et. approach