Name: Belize; formerly known as British Honduras.
Location: Belize is bordered on the North by Mexico, on the South and West by Guatemala and on the East by the Caribbean Sea.
Population: Since the last census established in July 2008 a total of 301,270...
Topic: “The Amerindians have left a legacy that forms part of the Caribbean Civilization.” Discuss.
The Amerindians have left a legacy that forms part of the Caribbean Civilization. The Amerindians were two groups of people having completely different personalities. One group was the...
Neo-Malthusian theory can be used as an effective policy for population control in the Caribbean. Evaluate this assumption.
Population control has been a major concern for countries worldwide. From the late 18th century to the present, many theorists have tried to come up with successful ways to...
Critically examine the effects of the Spanish Colonization on the indigenous population in Trinidad.
Although there were mass developments in the demographics of Trinidad by the Europeans, this also contributed to several major factors that caused dreadful changes...
IMPACT OF SPANISH COLONIZATION ON THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF TRINIDAD
The history of Trinidad begins with the settlement of the island by Amerindians. This dates back to at least 7000 years at Banwari Trace which is the oldest discovered human settlement in Eastern Caribbean.
The Amerindian tribes w...
Assess the statement “There is not one Caribbean culture but many Caribbean cultures”
There is no one distinctive Caribbean culture, but rather, Caribbean cultures. Each island or geo-political territory is characterized by its own unique, cultural practices, institutions and...
Carib Studies Module 2 Notes
Ah bad man we name – A.L.L.
Expected Learning Outcomes
1. Analysis of the Concepts of Development 2. Grasp of the interrelationships among the different approaches to development (human, economic, sustainable) 3. Grasp of the diffe...
Caribbean Studies notes
Module 1 Caribbean society and culture
Location of the Caribbean
Greater Antilles: Cuba, Hispaniola (Haiti and Dominican Republic), Jamaica, Puerto Rico
* Windward islands: Grenada, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique
Caribbean Studies Definitions
Term | Definition |
Tectonic activity | Earth movements that impact and influence the surface of the earth resulting in earthquakes, volcanic activity and mountain building are when plate margins interact with each other. |
ENSO | El Niño- Southern Oscillation. E...
The Caribbean Region
Table of Content
Title | Page Number |
Define the Caribbean | 1 |
Aim of the Project | 2 |
Location | 3-4 |
Presentation- * History * Geography * Economic Activity * Common Characteristics | 5-12 |
Conclusion | 13 |
Bibliography | 14 |...
⁃ Quoting Popeye: “Geographically, the Caribbean is commonly defined as the chain of islands from Cuba and the Bahamas (in the north), to Trinidad and Barbados (in the south). Most definitions also include the Dutch Islands of Curaçao, Aruba and Bonaire (of the coast of Vene...
CULTURAL INDUSTRIES IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Alessandra Quartesan Monica Romis Francesco Lanzafame
The Institutional Capacity and Finance Department (ICF) of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) developed this study on cultural in...
THE IMPACT OF CARIBBEAN CUISINE ON THE WIDER WORLD
Influential factors on Caribbean cuisine
The cuisine of the Caribbean is a rich soup of adaptations. From the first peoples to the present, aspects of all who have been/who have come, have contributed to the creation of a spectacular array of culi...
When most people hear ‘Caribbean’ what jumps to mind is colour, steel drums, good food, smoothies, beaches, laid back attitudes, and all we do is party. Hopefully at the end one’s stereotypical thoughts would have changed.
I shall start from the beginning Chri...
Caribbean HIV/AIDS Project
Guyana Evaluation – Research Design
UNIVERSITY OF GUYANA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. List of Tables 3
2. Background 4
3. Statement of the Problem...
Natural disasters may be defined as natural catastrophes which cause great damage by disrupting the functioning of a society thus rendering the country incapable of coping through using its own resources as there is a need for outsider assistance in order to effectively preserve lives and the enviro...
How did the African slavery impact the Caribbean region between1640-1985?
When the Europeans switched from tobacco to sugar cultivation, the plantation needed more lands and more labour. The labour present came from the Tainos, whose population decreased from abuse,...