Hearts and Minds: Self-Esteem and the Schooling of Girls

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Aboriginal children
see also Aboriginal
girls and cultural deprivation, 73
and cultural focus of education, 81
and mainstream education, 71, 79, 83
Aboriginal education, 73, 79, 80, 82, 89, 94
national workshop on [1971], 79, 80
Aboriginal girls
see also Aboriginal children;
Aboriginal people
and body language, 91 -2
employment prospects of, 88 -9
and ethnocentric self-esteem programs, 90 -2;
see also Aboriginal girls, and self-esteem programs in schools
and mainstream education, 88 -9
and naming, 90 -1
and race, class and gender, 87, 93
and racism and sexism, 86, 88 -9
removal from families of, 72
and self-esteem programs in schools, 11, 87, 93
and self-esteem, 11, 71, 83, 94, 238
Aboriginal people
see also Aboriginal children;
Aboriginal girls;
Aboriginal students;
Aboriginal women
assimilation policies regarding, 72, 73
and communality of self-concept, 78, 89, 90, 94
and cultural deprivation, 79, 80
denigration of, 75 -6
diversity among, 76 -7
and educational self-determination, see Aboriginal education
emergent cultural reality of, 76 -7
and external referents, 75 -6
and gender relations, 83 -7
and group consciousness, 78, 81, 89, 90, 94
and identity, 71, 96, 239
and individualism, 78, 94
integration policies regarding, 72
and land, 76, 77, 84
and locus of self-esteem, 77 -8
and pan-Aboriginal identity, 77
and poverty dependency, 76, 79
protection acts regarding, 72
and self-determination, 94
and self-esteem as community-based, 79, 89, 90, 94, 238
and self-esteem concept, 74, 83, 89, 90
separatist policies regarding, 71 -2
and transitional society, 76, 85
unemployment among, 87 -8
and Western influences, 76 -8
Aboriginal students
see also Aboriginal children;
Aboriginal girls
achievement levels among, 73, 79, 80
and counselling, 79
and participation in schooling, 72, 73
and peer group pressure, 81
retention rates among, 73

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