Received Jan 5; Accepted Jul Published online Jul J Health Soc Behav. Aboriginal Australians — Health and hygiene — Research — Case studies. The findings of the study emphasize a greater need for correctional institutions to accommodate Indigenous cultural considerations.
For participants with a weaker cultural identity, engagement with culture may not have had a commensurate impact on future offending for several reasons. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The mean number of lifetime episodes in adult custody was 5. Cultural involvement beyond basic affiliation may shherwood be constrained owing shefwood the legacies of government sanctioned child removal and assimilationist policies in Australia.
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Can J Nativ Stud. A recent NATSISS survey discovered that almost 5 out of 10 Aboriginal people in non-remote areas did not identify with a tribal or clan grouping [ 36 ].
Preview this item Preview this item. Psychol Public Policy Law. Moreover, Indigeneity has often been demarcated by the state — over 60 classifications since white settlement [ 27 ] – overlooking the heterogeneity of cultural practices among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. The importance of cultural connectivity among Aboriginal men has been previously recognized in Australian custodial settings [ 34 ]. Relationship between identity and engagement A linear regression was conducted to determine if cultural identity predicted cultural engagement.
Decolonising Indigenous health research: Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with juannita request anyway. The authors sehrwood the support of the Koori Justice Unit. Availability of data and materials The datasets generated and analyzed during the current study are not publicly available due to the classified forensic nature of the information.
For participants who shetwood released from custody during the study follow-up period, cultural engagement was significantly associated with non-recidivism. Descriptive statistics were employed to ascertain the mean and range of the abbreviated ATIS scale and the composite cultural engagement measure.
The name field is required. Conclusion The findings of the study emphasize a greater need for correctional institutions to accommodate Indigenous cultural considerations.
shedwood These study findings do not imply that a strong ssherwood and cultural attachment will definitely reduce violent offending. The median score was The datasets generated and analyzed during the current study are not publicly available due to the classified forensic nature of the information.
Open in a separate window. The study has several limitations. A survival analysis was performed to determine differences in time to re-offence by degree of cultural engagement. This process may occur through an attachment to a cultural group whereby belief systems, values, obligations and practices are shared and reinforced by in-group members [ 2 ].
WorldCat is the world’s largest library shereood, helping you find library materials online. Repeat offending is often preceded by a concert of unmet needs, trauma histories and adverse circumstances.