2-9-09 - o Laws affecting customs o Policies of...

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Citing. Author, title of book, vol number, place of publishing, Goals of colonizers - Appropriation of land, labor, natural resources… plantation economies - Control of trade, taxation, state monopolies - Expansion of markets – new infrastructure - Mission civilisatrice – “civilizing mission” Impact on Indigenous Peoples - Incorporation into world system - Genocide/enthnocide o New Diseases, killings o Disruption of substance, Economies and trade relations - Loss of political autonomy o Direct rule/indirect rule – new power structures and categories. - Cultural Modification o Commercial exchange o Language, Schooling o Religion o Laws affecting gender and family
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Unformatted text preview: o Laws affecting customs o Policies of assimilation-When two groups come into Contact o Acculturation Adjust Mutual Borrowing. o Acculturation -> Assimilation Power Inequality Loss of identity Nations, States-Nations vs. States o Issue of Mixing and Splitting o States Defined territory (borders) Monopoly on legitimate use of force (armed force) Central Government Administrative structures and units (States, republics, provinces) Management of resources Projects of Development Issues of environment and conservation...
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