Former students of residential schools have spoken of horrendous abuse at the hands of residential school staff: physical, sexual, emotional, and psychological. Residential schools provided Aboriginal students with an inferior education, often only up to grade five, that focused on training students for manual labour in agriculture, light industry such as woodworking, and domestic work such as laundry work and sewing. Residential schools systematically undermined Aboriginal culture across Canada and disrupted families for generations, severing the ties through which Aboriginal culture is taught and sustained, and contributing to a general loss of language and culture. Because they were removed from their families, many students grew up without experiencing a nurturing family life and without the knowledge and skills to raise their own families. The devastating effects of the residential schools are far-reaching and continue to have significant impact on Aboriginal communities.
Europeans Vs. Aboriginals : The contact that changes everything Throughout the 1600s to 1900s Native people’s culture has been greatly harmed due to the fact of European contact. Taking over land by killing off food supply thus forcing Aboriginals to sign treaties to destroying their culture by enforcing assimilation. Ever since the Europeans came to Canada they have been nothing good for the First Nations living on the Land. In the 19th Century, government policy changed from government-to-government relations with Aboriginal Nations to attempts to integrate and assimilate. This change was due to a number of factors: the decline of the fur trade; an end to most of the armed conflict between the various new arrivals; and, the desire for more land and resources for the settlers.
There are many people who live here with no jobs, no language skills and little to no education. Also with the immigration laws the way they are and the amount of people who live in town illegally, there is much uncertainty on how their lives will play out in the long run. When children are raised in homes like these they are exposed to many issues and topics that children in “better off” communities do not usually face. Here, in Chaparral, these issues include alcoholism, drug abuse, teen pregnancies, unemployment, malnourishment, and crime. These issues often are the cause for the living situations these youth, typically high school through college aged young adults, are dealing with everyday.
Germany also lost all overseas colonies, and their boundaries within Europe were reduced, losing in total 13.5% of their territory, which included losing 7 million people to neighbouring countries. This left Germany humiliated, having been allowed no say in the matter, and not even being invited to the peace treaty conference at which the clauses were discussed. This humiliation angered Hitler, and he vowed to make Germany strong once more as it had been before the First World War. This was a long-term cause of Hitler becoming chancellor, as it is what first motivated Hitler to become a leader and change the way in which Germany was left
What is more, children who living in divorce families usually suffer " parental loss ". Due to divorce leads to the separation between one of the parent and the children, they are more difficult to get love and care from this seprarte-parent than before. When they get in trouble, they have less chance to express their emotions. Psychological problems are often caused by these stress. In economic aspect, children lose one of their parent financial support after their parents divorced.
They came to Canada to seek adventure, wealth and independence from family obligations. They found employment in logging, lumbering, mining, fishing and some started their own businesses. The Bristish Columbia government denied franchise to citizens of Asian origin in 1895. Japanese Canadian immigrants and their Canadian-born children all faced discrimination. A strident of anti-Asian element in the British Columbia society did its best to force the Japanese to leave Canada.
Due to his background teachers regarded him as a hopeless cause because his difficulty in using Received Pronunciation which contrasts against Harrison's attitude towards language and that there is a variety of dialect within the English language which everyone uses to convey a conversation with one another. When Harrison was young he was overawed by his "posh" teacher who embarrassed him resulting in him feeling demeaned and docile. The first section is in the form of a memory emphasised through the embedded dialogue of the teacher showing how he is undermined as the teacher wants to make sure their "glorious heritage" is not "done to death" suggesting that teacher is aiming to undermine Harrison by discouraging him from reading the important roles. Similarly, in "Bringing Up", he emphasises his separation from his mother as she disgusted over him using taboo language. The use of embedded dialogue implies the different view on the Leeds accent emphasised in his mother being disgusted with him and believes he was not "brought up to write such mucky books!"
In many cases, discovered feral children were often sent to orphanages or children shelters, where there are insufficient resources, education and care to help them to return to human nature. They are often forgotten because of their unknowing of communication with human beings. Although they are taught to know some vocabularies, their knowledge is usually far too little for them to live among the human society. Moreover, these children can hardly fit in the human society. First, dietary habits set normal children entirely apart from those raised by animals.
Even though infants do not know anything they can feel the difference in the energy of the parents. Toddlers however feel the absence of a parent, usually a father, and often cry due to insecurity and fear. According to a report at the University of Michigan: 63% children have some kind of psychological problems that include anxiety, sadness, moodiness phobia, and or depression. 56% children fall behind in studies and show poor grade results. 43% children show aggression in their behavior towards their parents.
Some kids end up blaming their parents and do not want to be a part of the family and feel as though their parents to do accept them anymore. This causes children to misbehave at school and with friends. Many children may leave their homes, start using drugs, steal, and end up in prison. The emotional state of the kids become hurt and unhealthy. Children are also affected by divorce academically.