By Gregory Phillips
Addictions and therapeutic in Aboriginal state establishes a framework for figuring out the problems pertinent to Indigenous addictions to alcohol, gunga and playing and its after-math in a single neighborhood, significant River (a fictitious identify for a true community).
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But we’re a Christian community here, and we don’t like others telling us otherwise”. This was quite a pointed statement to myself, given that Robert was the Chairman of the local church congregation, and that he knew my personal views on Christianity. He knew that my views were that traditional spirituality was usurped by Christian missionaries, and that a lot of our people remained angry at the church. What he appeared unaware of was that I still respected the church, because many of our Elders had no choice but to practice at least some form of spirituality, rather than none, and that belief in Christianity had actually helped some of our Peoples cope with the abuses of colonialism.
381). The pursuit of the scientific enterprise, after all, is based on deeply ingrained and cherished values such as the search for truth and the extension of knowledge ... 159 He goes on to assert that scientism is, by its nature, biased against minority populations: The tenets of scientism not only discourage the emergence and incorporation of minority paradigms but neutralize attempts by Third World scholars to modify prevailing world views ... Since not to decide is one kind of decision, those who adopt the stance of ethical neutrality opt to support the status quo ...
Their office was the most likely place to base myself given that I was inquiring mostly about health-related concerns, and because they ran both the Suicide Prevention Programviii and the Alcohol and Drug Corporation from that location. As part of our mutual obligation, I would help Robert and Delia with administrative and program tasks as well as conduct my research. In return, they offered me direction and advice on cultural concerns and protocols, as well as sharing their personal and professional knowledge and skills with me.
Addictions and Healing in Aboriginal Country by Gregory Phillips