The Role Of Economic Oppression In Kino's Society

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Economic oppression plays a conflicting role in the lives of the people in Kino’s society because it does not allow them to progress financially (have more resources) . The native society has an economy known as a traditional economy where people take on the jobs of their families using inherited tools and techniques. Two main natural resources provided in this traditional economy are corn and fish. Not only does this demonstrate limited variation of food but also choice. The natives do not have a choice of vocation. This causes the natives to be oppressed because if everyone has the same job they will always be dependent on individuals in the upper society to provide other services for them. For example, when Kino needs medical services
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