Effects Of Colonization On African Society

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Aastha Yadav Parag Jyoti Saikia World Civilization 12 March 2018 How Does Colonization and Global Economy effect on African Society? Colonization refers” Process of controlling power by dominant group over recessive group or area” Europeans came Africa for trading purpose and introduced slavery that deviated Africans life and society. Colonization and global economy effect Africa, it damaged tradition economy, culture, political policies and dramatically it effect on land and labor. Globalization and colonization often increased tension and led to violence among ethnic groups. A part of it Europeans also built Africa in terms of education, development and growth, reformed political and social policies, new technology came out etc. Many…show more content…
It brought education, job opportunities, trade etc. Europeans brought new and featured technology etc. colonization built African e every positive of aspects socially, politically and economically. Europeans changed king ruled in east Africa and made democratic system in which they gave equality, humans rights and protection to Africa from their enemies, they changed political policies, same they opened missionaries schools for Africans and they brought new advanced featured technology and improved agriculture, gave communication system and meet Africa enormous resources to international market and eventually Africa connected to international trading. Colonization and Globalization rebirth the Africa continent. Africa is still facing competition for foreseeable future and…show more content…
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