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12 Oct 2021

Could colonization have gone differently with Europeans and Indians living together peacefully?

Essay - 1 pages - Medieval history

Between 1775 and 1884, Indian territories in the Americas drastically declined. This decrease in territory has been accompanied by a decrease in the people themselves. Today, we'll try to see if this colonization could have been different, and if those people could have lived together,...

23 Sep 2016

European colonization and its effects in the Spice islands and Banda islands

Essay - 3 pages - Modern history

Europeans began to colonize different areas of the world as soon as they became aware of their existence. Explorers sailing out of England, Spain, Portugal, and the Netherlands worked tirelessly to comb the vast regions of the world for suitable additions to their respective empires. Islands and...

27 Jan 2011

Is the political and cultural organization of Lebanon an inherited process of decolonization?

Essay - 6 pages - International relations

At the end of the First World War, the breakup of the Ottoman Empire left the Middle East disrupted, destabilized, and therefore potentially dangerous, especially in the view of Western powers. After the horror of this war, the desire for a lasting and definitive peace was stronger than ever, and...

23 Feb 2010

Colonization of America

Thesis - 2 pages - Modern history

Christopher Columbus reportedly discovered America in 1492 while he was searching for a new route to the Indies. At this time Europe had just recently emerged from the Middle Ages, and was experiencing an age of enlightenment. The idea behind the enlightenment was that a better world could be...

27 Apr 2009

Success in developmental states of Taiwan and Korea after Japanese colonization

Thesis - 6 pages - International relations

As Taiwan and Korea, both being former colonies of Japan, began to develop over time, their growth exemplified the characteristics of what we term “developmental states”. These two particular states have exhibited rapid, sustained, export-led growth over a long period of time, with...

09 Jan 2009

De-colonization, immigration and integration (Study based on The Battle of Algiers and Living in Paradise)

Essay - 4 pages - Services marketing

The Algerian war. It is only in 1999 that the French National Assembly voted to recognize it, after years during which it has been referred to as an “operation of restoring order”, whereas on the Algerian side it was referred as a “war of independence”, even as “a...

15 May 2008

The Colonization and Independence of South Africa and Kenya

Essay - 3 pages - Modern history

Independence has been a struggle in the African continent since the first days of colonization. Africa has been territorialized since the days of Jesus, but was not heavily colonized until the Scramble for Africa. The Scramble, which took place during the late 1800s, involved several...

11 Mar 2015

Colon Free Trade Zone

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

In recent years, numerous governments about the globe have sought to provide financial incentives to investors. These incentives are tailored to attract investment and the growth of trade and thus benefit the local people. One of the methods they are currently applied to attract investment is the...

04 Jun 2023

The Birth of a Nation: North America

Course material - 5 pages - Medieval history

From the period of English colonization to the attainment of independence, various groups of migrants, including the French and Spanish, played significant roles. However, our focus will be on the English migrants who were instrumental in shaping the course of history during this era. The...

13 Oct 2022

History of the Common Law System on the English Legal System

Essay - 11 pages - International law

As a direct result of the colonization by the British, many of its states naturally acquired this common law system, being the English law in globo, maintaining its primary principles, procedures, actors and modes of proof. As a consequence of this adoption and utilization of English law,...

24 Jul 2022

English Test Correction: Geopolitical Relations in Great Britain and Australia

Tutorials/exercises - 3 pages - Linguistics & languages

This document contains an English test including sentences and expressions to translate, as well as questions on geopolitical relations about Great Britain and Australia.

10 Aug 2022

Technology Industry in India

Case study - 5 pages - Economy general

To begin with, we will talk about the history of India but without going too far back in time because what we are interested in is the part of the history that still has a significative impact on the current socio-economic situation which leads the Technology Industry in India including IT...

22 Jul 2022

English Test : History on Geopolitical Relations

Tutorials/exercises - 2 pages - Modern history

In Australia, the “History Wars” are a debate on the nature of the colonial settlement and on the extent of the deprivations suffered by the Aboriginals. What fuels the debate is not merely the quest for an ever-elusive historical truth, but rather the consequences that history has on...

29 Oct 2014

Post-colonial literature

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

Post-colonial literature is a vast body of literary writing responding to intellectual discourse existing in the European colonization of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. The texts aim at addressing the consequences and problems occurring during decolonization processes of countries and...

29 Sep 2015

Reservation Blues Analytic Essay - Asian American Literature

Essay - 3 pages - Literature

Different cultures around the world seem to intertwine in various aspects including ethical practices and unethical practices such as settler colonization. The key differences context, region, and races involved. This assertion is clearly depicted in a book and article analyzed in this...

21 Jul 2022

English test - Translation and Essay writing: How did the Canadian government respond to the report on the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples?

Tutorials/exercises - 2 pages - Political science

This document is a corrected English test made of a translation exercise, a fully written essay, and a rough draft of a second essay. How did the Canadian government respond to the report on the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples? Is Australia's origin as a convict colony important?

06 Oct 2023

The Spirit of Development: Dreams and Projects

Course material - 7 pages - Economy general

A framework frames the vision of an environment, and in the case of development, the framework also has implications on what to do about what we are seeing. The word development has multiple meanings and understandings and there are different theories about how we bring development about. We need...

16 Feb 2015

The introduction of apartheid in South Africa

Case study - 5 pages - Educational studies

Effective African colonization began with the Dutch at first were very friendly relations, becoming violent later. The Dutch also called Boers found several foci of resistance as the Hottentots, Bushmen and further north the Xhosa (were farmers, practiced animal husbandry, possessed large...

09 Jan 2013

Corporate labor and the sweatshop

Case study - 5 pages - Management

United States economist Michael Watts said in the film, The End of Poverty? that "capitalism cannot operate without free labor." The term free labor has evolved in meaning over the centuries. In Feudal Europe, free laborers were known as serfs who worked the land in return for protection. During...

20 Jun 2009

Mini-epidemics of infection by Pseudomonas and its outbreak

Thesis - 6 pages - Medical studies

Although outbreaks of infections with Pseudomonas aeruginosa pseu extra-mural have been described, this germ is not pathogenic in the immune competent host. For against, it is a major agent of nosocomial infections, especially in the ICU, where he is responsible for pneumonia, urinary or skin...

11 Mar 2023

West African Anglophone Literary Productions

Course material - 21 pages - Literature

By and large, the objective of this course is to get students in the humanities to cast a meaningful glance at the landscape of the aesthetico-social and political realities which have affected the continent, ever since slavery days through colonization up to the contemporary stage, in the...

18 Aug 2017

Economic development since the Second World war - (Developed vs. Developing World)

Essay - 5 pages - Economy general

After the Second World War, there have been significant changes in all aspects of life. The increasing concerns about the economic development caught much attention of economists. It is during this era that the European colonization ended and the world seemed to be divided into two parts...

09 Jan 2009


Thesis - 4 pages - Philosophy

Mercantilism was both an economical policy and different theoretical ideas. It was typically a European phenomenon which reached its highest development in the seventeenth century. It slowly disappeared during the eighteenth century. Thus, mercantilism covered the period from the Renaissance to...

18 Aug 2008

Compare and contrast Alan Paton's Cry, the beloved country and Chinua Achebe's Things fall apart

Thesis - 6 pages - Literature

Alan Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country and Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart are both groundbreaking novels intertwining multifarious aspects of the human condition and human relationships to highlight the conflict between the white colonizers and native blacks in Africa at different points in...

11 Jan 2013

Colonies lay foundation for U.S.

Case study - 2 pages - Political science

The colonization of the New World began with Spain. Soon after, England began taking a serious interest in colonizing the New World for economic, social, and religious benefits. England saw a great economic advantage through colonizing. America was the world's new market and English...

06 Nov 2008

Spanish assumptions of Native Americans in the new world

Essay - 4 pages - Sociology & social sciences

Early assumptions about Native American cultures and religions played a large role in justifying the reformation of Indians' ways of life. Assumptions made by the Spaniards included that Indians lacked morality, ethics, reason, and political institutions, and were therefore ripe for...

13 May 2009

Critically discuss the contributions of the Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL) movement to international legal scholarship

Thesis - 6 pages - International law

After the World War II and its atrocities, a new international institution, the United Nations (UN) was created in 1945 to focus on the new challenges faced by the international community. One of the major challenges was the wave of decolonization which started between the two World wars. It was...

12 Jul 2010

Colonialism in Things fall apart

Thesis - 6 pages - Literature

Colonialism is the enforcement of political, cultural, economic, and military troops over the weak nations in order to exploit them; it is the method employed to spread capitalism and its values. When Britain embraced Capitalism, it started to colonize nations so as to secure its material...

27 Jan 2011

Sub-Saharan Africa, of the middle of the years 1950 at the end of the Eighties

Case study - 8 pages - Geography

The process of colonization was marked by dominance and imperialism and dates back to the 16th century. From that time, the Portuguese and Spanish shared the known world and established colonies (territory under a foreign state, the mainland). A new doctrine called colonialism was born and...

11 Jul 2013

Impact of globalization on young people in Britain and the developing world

Case study - 6 pages - Business strategy

Globalization can be defined as a system of interaction or increasing global relationships between cultures, people, and economic activities among the countries of the world. Globalization in its simpler form refers to conglomerate exchange of languages, ideas, and cultures. Behavior or impacts...