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In some situations such policies might resonate with present-day examples of ethnic cleansing, as in the case of government policies in Australia and Canada throughout most of the 20th century, which resulted in a ‘stolen generation’ of aboriginal children, removed from their homelands and placed in residential schools in order that they might assimilate the dominant culture and be ‘civilised’. In the UK assisted 19 Rethinking residential child care passage schemes can be represented rather differently, a point I return to later in this book.
Policy and procedure statements also began to be developed more systematically around areas such as care and control. The 1980s also witnessed the growing secularisation of child care as religious orders or organisations withdrew from provision. The discourse of care became a secular/humanistic one and erstwhile religious motivations were cast at best as old-fashioned and very often as suspect. Large voluntary organisations such as Barnardo’s and NCH 28 History also began to re-evaluate their functions, moving away from direct service provision to more community-based and advocacy roles.
And of course the physical punishment of children in school was still legal; corporal punishment was in fact only banned in residential and foster care from the late 1980s. Even when agencies began to train staff in physical restraint in the early 1990s the method used was a Home Office approved model, which relied on pain control. Present-day unease over the physical abuse of children might benefit from greater historical perspective. Other contextual issues relate to questions of scale and to privacy, both of which determined how adults cared for children.
Rethinking residential child care : positive perspectives by Mark Smith