• Marketers Persue the Shallow Pocketed
    Is the information being discussed in this article another example of colonialism? Why or why not? Identify two potential positives and two negatives direct marketing of the poor has on people and their economies. What theory of development is most applicable to the expansion of global markets to...
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  • Urban Unrest in France
    *Urban Unrest in France (Nov. 30th* Reflection) The two articles both discussed the uprisings of young people in France due to racism and poverty on the outskirts of the mega city, which dates back to the history of colonialism. The first reading by Balibar (2007) the author addresses the riots...
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  • Anth 202
    doing, the question of cultural relativism and moral relativism, she wants the bet past this, she wants to emphasize with another human being and be able to feel and relate as a precultural thing, walking along side people. A barefoot anthropologist is an activist anthropologist. If you support...
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  • Caribbean Economy
    that the Caribbean has over its own products and economies as globalization is working to favour the elite nations. This example also reveals that it is not only the Caribbean markets that are being affected by dominant foreign players but other smaller nation economies too, as their products are also...
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  • Post Colonial
    patriarchy's dare? The case being discussed is initially identified by Babamukuru as Takesure's, but Lucia and Jeremiah are drawn into the matter as parts of the family problem to be solved. What various solutions are offered to the "problem" by Tete Gladys, Takesure, Jeremiah? Why does Babamukuru object...
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  • Liberalism and Colonialism
    their culture, rights and in many cases subject them to slavery for economic gain. An example of this would be the promise of slaves by France to encourage settlers of New France. Colonialism emerged with the breakdown of feudalism in the fourteenth century. During this time period crusades were...
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  • Sasa
    privileges men over women? What does this mean for our daily lives? 3. Why does Lorber say that women who become men receive prestige, while men who become women lose it? How is this complicated by society’s stigmatization of transexuality? 4. Lorber suggests that gender bending and passing between...
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  • Universally Accepted Declaration of Human Rights
    and Islam (595-96). Article 10 of the Cairo Declaration prohibits the conversion from Islam to another religion. This violates Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which proclaims the freedom of religion, which "includes freedom to change…religion or belief. The Cairo Declaration...
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  • Hood
    has been lost to sight (because of colonialism). - all that they might create in future Why another word for Deaf people? —Adapted from original article written by Nancy Mitchell Carroll and Ella Mae Lentz published in California Association of the Deaf Newsletter in 2006. You have probably...
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  • South African Apartheid
    driving force of the global economy. Why then does it lag behind? Why do so many news articles find themselves diving into the downbeat of South Africa? One question that I am constantly presented with is South Africa’s inability to get back onto its feet from being knocked down by the Apartheid that was...
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  • Deconstructive Reading, Reasoning Under the Postcolonial Observation in “Imaginary Homelands”
    . This is a repeating phenomenon of the Post-Colonialism that it resists its previous age namely, Colonialism an age of policy and practice of acquiring political control over another country, occupying it with settlers, and exploiting it economically (Concise Oxford Dictionary). The literature of...
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  • The Caste System: Effects on Poverty in India
    ‖, but eventually, it has—mostly through corruption—reached the prejudice and discriminationfilled system it is today (Kar, 2007). This corruption began with Colonialism and has had a profound impact on the modern day caste system. It is thought that ―Indian society was highly fragmented into...
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  • On Madagascar
    century. Official French colonialism was established in 1896 after a series of treaties that increased the French authority, while the Merina royal family was sent into exile in Algeria ("Why is Madagascar so poor?"). Colonialism, in the simplest words, is a system that claims authority on another...
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  • Slavery as an Excuse
    education so as to be qualified to work for others, not typically to become business owners themselves. Evaluating this role of education from an economic standpoint it can be understood why the private sector in Antigua is dominated by persons who are not indigenously Antiguan or Caribbean. For example...
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  • English as an International Language
    international language, this paper is based on defining the essential characteristics of an international language, analyzes why English has developed as one and underlines some important aspects which favor or impede the spread of this language. It is also discussed the way in which English reached...
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  • Underdevelopment
    colonialism etc. are still felt – the same countries are still poor; their resources are still plundered, and instead of this being achieved through force, today it is achieved largely through unequal trade. How do I see the FUTURE?! Let’s Debate… Notes 2. Walter Rodney, How Europe Underdeveloped...
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  • colonization and education
    experiments on human beings, peoples of the South have always been subjected to chemical experiments controlled by, and from, the North. Classic examples of this can be found in Puerto-Rico, Haiti, Mexico, Chile, Columbia and Thailand (Bouguerra, 1993). Neo-Colonialism through Militaristic...
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  • Sudan Geo Economics: Post Referendum Development
    development. When gathering the information for this paper the author used both the secondary and the primary data. The primary data was collected through informal face-to-face interviews with the Sudanese officials as well as from the observations made during the visit to Sudan in a capacity of an...
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  • China
    .” Further articulating on this point he proposes that China was under partial Western colonialism at that ages, and through history it is also observable with the examples of two “Opium Wars” where first one has occurred at 1839-1842 and second was at 1856-1860, for him the main reason why this wars...
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  • Anthro
    and in all Latin America colonialism has impacted the government, social class, environment, and the lifestyle of an individual. In the ethnography “Death without weeping” on the first couple chapters gives us the fundamental on why this cultural or society is suffering. This cycle is never ending...
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