Discussion of Pre-colonial Philippines
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The paper shows how tracing the history of the Philippines until the pre-colonial days depends upon the author and his or her own viewpoints of the Philippines. The paper studies the writings of Scott, Junker and Constantino to illustrate that no one has a totally accurate picture of these days. The paper compares and contrasts these writers to show differences in the economy, power, and social stratification.
From the Paper:"Compare and contrast the portraits of the pre-colonial Philippines, up through the time of the early Spanish voyages, presented by Scott ("Filipino-Spanish Face to Face Contacts"), Junker, and Constantino. In particular, explain the ways in which these scholars agree or disagree about the complexity of the pre-colonial economy and the character for social stratification and slavery. Evaluate their use of evidence and reasoning. Which author(s) do you find most convincing? Explain why. Tracing the history of the Philippines until the pre-colonial days depends upon the author and his or her own viewpoints of the Philippines. Studying
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