Historical Process of Individuals

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CARIBBEAN STUDIES
TOPIC: THE IMPACT OF HISTORICAL PROCESSES
REVIEW QUESTIONS
1. Describe TWO responses of Caribbean people oppression. (4 marks – 2005)

2. (a) Explain briefly the significance of “adult suffrage”. (2 marks – 2006)

(b)Suggest TWO reasons why support for adult suffrage grew in Caribbean societies in the early 20th century. (4 marks – 2006)

3. (a) Name TWO regional territories to which large numbers of Caribbean people migrated between 1838 and 1920. (2 marks – 2007)

(b)Give TWO reasons for such migration. (4 marks – 2007)

4. (a) Explain what is meant by indentureship in the context of the Caribbean experience. (2 marks – 2004)

(b)State TWO ways in which indentureship differed from slavery in the Caribbean. (4 marks – 2004)

5. Describe THREE ways in which enslavement of people in the Caribbean contributed to the erasure of their cultural practices. (6 marks – 2003)

6. (a) Explain what is meant by the term ‘colonial education’. (2 marks – 2008)

(b) Name TWO institutions that facilitated colonial education in the Caribbean. (2 marks – 2008)

7. (a) Name TWO groups of indentured labourers who were brought to the Caribbean after emancipation in 1838. (2 marks – 2009)

(b) Give TWO reasons why EACH group of indentured labourers were brought to the Caribbean. (4 marks – 2009)

8. Explain what is meant by term ‘resistance’. (2 marks – 2010) 9. Describe TWO ways in which the Haitian Revolution impacted Caribbean society and culture. (4 marks – 2010)

ESSAY QUESTIONS: CHOOSE ONE
1. Using examples from the Caribbean, explain how Caribbean people throughout history have responded to oppression. (2008)

OR

2. Describe THREE ways in which education facilitated the colonial agenda in the Caribbean. (2010)
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