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Origins of lateral violence in Aboriginal communities : a preliminary study of student-to-student abuse in residential schools / report for the Aboriginal Healing Foundation ; by Amy Bombay, with Kim Matheson and Hymie Anisman.

Location

Public Safety Canada Library

Resource

e-Books

Alternate Title

Student-to-student abuse in residential schools
Preliminary study of student-to-student abuse in residential schools
Origine de la violence latérale dans les collectivités autochtones.

Call Number

Internet

Authors

Publishers

Bibliography

Included bibliographical references (pages 152-188) and index.

Description

1 online resource (xiii, 194 pages) : illustrations

Note

Also published in French under title: Origine de la violence latérale dans les collectivités autochtones.
"2014."
Issued as part of the Canadian Electronic Library, Documents collection, Canadian health research collection, and Canadian public policy collection.

Summary

"As the truth of Residential Schools is shared and abuses are disclosed by Survivors in communities across Canada, it is apparent that in addition to suffering at the hands of adults - teachers, staff, and school administrators - students were also subjected to abuse by other students. ... The focus of this study is to better understand what student-to-student abuse is and why it occurred, which is the reason why the Aboriginal Healing Foundation commissioned this mixed-method research report." -- Executive summary.

Subject

Online Access

Contents

1: Introduction -- 2: Literature review exploring issues relevant to student-to-student abuse in residential schools -- 3: Prevalence and characteristics of student-to-student abuse -- 4: Factors that contributed to student-to-student abuse -- 5: Effects of being abused by staff versus other students -- 6: Effects on survivors who were perpetrators of student-to-student abuse -- 7: Collective effects of student-to-student abuse on aboriginal communities -- 8: Current government and community responses -- 9: General discussion.

Series

Canadian Electronic Library. Documents collection.
Canadian Electronic Library. Canadian public policy collection.
Canadian Electronic Library. Canadian health research collection.

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