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Assessment 2 Case Senario Alice’s Story Alice is 18 and a single mother to two young children, Joel (just turned 3) and Connie (just turned 1 year). Alice had a difficult early childhood. She moved many times and lived with various relagtives in an urban aboriginal community. Her education was often interrupted and, as a result, her reading/writing and numeracy skills are minimal. Alice’s own mother died 2 years ago. She never really recovered from having been forcibley removed from her own family as a child. She experienced mental heal and alcohol dependency most of her life.
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Assessment 2 Case Senario Alice’s Story Alice is 18 and a single mother to two young children, Joel (just turned 3) and Connie (just turned 1 year). Alice had a difficult early childhood. She moved many times and lived with various relagtives in an urban aboriginal community. Her education was often interrupted and, as a result, her reading/writing and numeracy skills are minimal. Alice’s own mother died 2 years ago. She never really recovered from having been forcibley removed from her own family as a child. She experienced mental heal and alcohol dependency most of her life. Her mothers death has left Alice with no real suppot and no established connections with her family in northern Queensland. Even so, Alice is resilent and resourceful. She determined not to have this situation repeated in the lives of her own children so is keen to give them a stable home and school experience (when the time comes). Meanwhile, Alice and the children depend totally on the support payments she receives from Centerlink. Alice has also recently been told to leave the terrace house she has been sharing with a cousin and her cousin’s boyfriend. She has a week before she needs to vacate. This is the last straw for Alice and she has become uncharacteristically depressed. What are the main cultural and or sociological factor in this scenario that should be considered? Cultural Factors Sociological Factors L Mainstream Aboriginal people can experience troubles sharing with service suppliers. People in positions of authority are often threatening to Aboriginal people. They are disturbed because of the mark of being labelled by mainstream authority. In the Past Anglo Australian authority has intruded, questioned and judged Aboriginal lifestyle because it was different from their own as well as judged and over controlled their life in the history Created with an evaluation copy of Aspose.Words. To discover the full versions of our APIs please visit:…