Name: Shanelle Daniel ID: 00061379 Course: History of Trinidad and Tobago Course Code: HIST 210 (Fully Online) Crn: 15244 Assignment: Individual Research Project Question: 2 Imagine that you are a young indigenous person in Trinidad and the Spaniards have colonized your people. Write a journal where you record details of the nature of this colonization. Introduction Colonialism is a practice of domination, which involves the subjugation of one people to another. The term colony comes from the Latin word colonus, meaning farmer. This root reminds us that the practice of colonialism usually involved the transfer of population to a new territory, where the arrivals lived as permanent settlers while maintaining political allegiance to their country of origin (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy).
In the same way, they do not protect only their families or friends but they protect all the society with devoting their lives to soldiering. Subsequently, recruiting is one the method of being a good citizen, and this requirement is compulsory for all members of nation who are willing to protect
1. Dignity – • Dignity is the foundation of human ethics and morality. It is a very deep concept but basically it refers to a state or nature of deserving honor, respect and basic rights. • The idea of dignity looms large in the postwar landscape of public ethics. The Human Dignity originates from God, it explicates that every living being is created by God and posses a unique identity and this identity should be guarded, respected and honored irrespective of shape, size, color, gender or religion.
Malaysian Nationhood Introduction What’s the meaning and definition of patriotism in Malaysia? Patriotism is the love of one’s own country. It’s a noble virtue that inspires one to sacrifice anything for the welfare of nation. A true patriot values his motherland like in proverb ‘Mother and Motherland are even greater than heaven’. We are here only because our motherland is here.
An example would be my values, I, personally, have many values. Some of my most important values consist of my family, my ethnicity and my memories. Something that I value the most would be my family. Family means a lot for me because no matter what happens, my family would always be there for me. Life would be really different if I didn’t have the family that I have now.
I have chosen to become a teacher because I believe that education is the center of a country’s development process and prosperity. I want to be an educator to play an effective role in my society’s revival. Besides, I have always dreamed to be a teacher; it is a passion, which I truly have since I was young. The strong teaching motivation, which I have is derived from the deep belief that teachers can make a big difference in their students’ lives. In addition, I believe that teaching is a noble profession, which should be taken seriously.
Symbolic Title Driven from the Bible___ 1 Corinthians 15:36,the novel’s title, A Grain of Wheat is symbolic. It symbolises the inevitability of death for the birth of a new Kenya. The ‘grain’in question must first die for another life to be born:the new Kenya in this sense. This biblical teaching of self-sacrifice so as to save others, as Kihika the novel’s chief protagonist has doneis aping Christ’s self-sacrifice act in favour of the human folk.Kihika is thus the ‘grain of wheat’ whose martyrdompaves the way for the birth of a new Kenya. However, there is more to that: it also denotes that all those who lose their lives for others to live during the anti-colonial struggle are martyrs or ‘grain of wheats’.
Compensation to family of victims of the Fulani herdsmen and farmers crises should be done with immediate effect. If victims or their family are adequately compensated by the government for failing to protect their lives and properties as enshrined in the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the African chatter on human and people’s right, it will go a long way to alleviate the suffering of the people and also douse the tension and pains being suffered. The use of Agricultural extension workers, life stock guards and Local development Plan (LDP) to control, educate both farmers and herdsmen and also mediate and manages conflict between the parties when needs arises. The LDP is a clear agreements on access to natural resources involving all stakeholders. It is a Community-Driven Development (CDD) approach to increased productivity and the main instrument for addressing all conﬂict issues in Fadama 2 (Nweze, 2005).
After India’s independence, the Government took some serious incentives to practice land reforms. Land reforms were basically introduced for the distribution of land, to those who do not have it and it wasa measure to improve the standard of living of the peasants and the other poor people. However land reforms have had many advantages and disadvantages in the country. These advantages and disadvantages have been further substantiated by a case study of West Bengal which shows how successful or unsuccessful land reforms have been in that particular state of the country. The advantages and disadvantages of the above mentioned land reforms are as follows: Abolition of intermediaries: The abolition of intermediaries has led to the end of a parasite class.
Then, as she uncovers her Aboriginal heritage she finds a way out. Now, she will make different journeys in order to find her sense of place. Firstly, it is through the journeys to the past that she finds out where her roots are both ethnically and geographically; it is through diverse historical explorations that she constructs her family’s familial past, her Aboriginal history and, most importantly of all, her place within Australian history. It is through the recording of this past, materialised in her literary work, that she justifies her people and her own Aboriginal identity. Thus, the importance of history in Sally’s rebuilding of place is evident.