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how’d colonialism contribute to europes status as a core region?
provided strong cultural ties with non-european regions
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The concept of ”colonialism” refers to the process by which:
some nations enrich themselves through political and economic control of others.
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What was the effect of colonialism?
It distorted and demeaned knowledge and information about Africa.
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what did colonialism leave behind as African countries gained independence?
political impact: -Europeans very proud to have brought institutions to Africa (parliaments, political parties, military, etc) -they brought Africa into the 20th century in terms of ‘how to run a state’ – democracy, etc. -since colonialism only benefits the colonial powers, they must do it efficiently/cheaply: train and educate the locals to help them ‘rule themselves’ and save financially on manpower -Africans did not see these institutions as theirs, so there was no consent/cooperation -these institutions also require social, economic, and technical conditions in order to function, which were clearly lacking, thus the institutions lacked legitimacy -decolonization- the idea of ‘rulers and the ruled’ was passed on to the governing African states but between African rulers/African people economic legacy: -Europeans had ‘introduced a modern monetary commercial economy, integrated Africa into global economy, and invested in modern infrastructures (roads, railways, ports, etc.)’ -dependency- African economies were integrated into the world economy, inferiorly. They are a supplier of raw materials to the colonial rulers, and are left out from technological, capital, or service goods. -monoculture- focusing an economy on a singular product, or maybe a very limited range of things. if they run out of their only main resource, they are doomed for failure -neocolonialism: the Europeans realized that it was cheaper to exploit those African countries economically without ruling them politically. They could dominate these countries economically and culturally without having the expense of political rule. modern (artificial) borders: -not only the dividing of the tribes, but also forcing the same political structure on many people who don’t know each other, come from very different cultures, and are forced to live together -artificially drawn states are unstable because people do not feel part of the state, and therefore there is no legitimacy of the state -after decolonization- the borders/states they drew and the institutions they installed formed the basis for today’s African states social/cultural impact: -cultural colonialism: Africans became convinced that because Europeans are so developed and modern, Africans should adopt European form: dress, music, ideas, national symbols, anthems, etc. and music and ideas. -many things in modern Africa are appreciated not internally, but as what is thought to be ‘civilized’ according to European eyes.
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What term refers to changes that result when groups come into continuous firsthand contact? A. Acculturation B. Hegemony C. Enculturation D. Diaspora E. Colonialism
Blauner’s “internal-colonialism” refers to __________.
the large number of African Americans trapped in ghettos
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What is colonialism?
the formal establishment of rule over a foreign population
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What is the term for policies and practices that harm a group and its members? A. Colonialism B. Racism C. Prejudice D. Ethnocentrism E. Discrimination
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