DISCUSS WHAT IVE LEARNED & HOW THIS KNOWLEDGE IS IMPORTANT TO THE NURSING CARE OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE.
I require a high-quality paper that contains critical analysis & discussion of the questions below. This is a film review but also requires you to apply what you’ve learnt to nursing care.
These are just some not all of the tips to use for each question. Please use the headings provided to write this paper. Please read & refer to the EXAMPLE PAPER and the MARKING CRITERIA that I uploaded, you will be able to see the exact type of paper that is required, the topics & information that need to be covered, format & quality of the paper I require. My professor will mark the paper using the marking criteria to check all aspects of the paper are covered.
1. DESCRIBE THE PLOT AND DISCUSS KEY THEMES IN THE FILM. PROVIDE A SOLID EXPLANATION OF THE PLOT & IDENTIFIES KEY THEMES FORM THE MOVIE
* The main focus of the fil is on the stolen generation, but it also explores themes such as Aboriginal spirituality, relationships with the land, family bonds, community, courage, determination and faith.
2. CRITICALLY ANALYSE HOW RACISM IS DISPLAYED IN THE FILM.
* Breeding out the half-castes
* Inability to speak their language
* Forced to wear the clothes of white people
* Whites viewed the Indigenous people as inferior
* Forcible removal from their families, land, communities, culture & spirituality
* Forced assimilation
* Abuse sexual/physical/emotional
* Menial tasks
* Treatment at the children’s home
3. DISCUSS WHAT I’VE LEARNED & HOW THIS KNOWLEDGE IS IMPORTANT TO THE NURSING CARE OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE.
HOW WAS I AFFECTED BY THE FILM?
HOW WILL UNDERSTANDING THE TRAUMA EXPERIENCED BY THE STOLEN GENERATION AFFECT MY NURSING CARE OF INDIGENOUS PATIENTS?
* What did I learn?
* How is this knowledge important for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people nursing care?
– Intergenerational trauma experienced by generations of Aboriginal affected by the stolen generations
– Trauma-informed practice
– Collective trauma experienced by Aboriginal people as a group
– For the nurse to be culturally competent
– Aboriginal people to feel culturally safe
– White privilege