After Effects of Slavery in the Caribbean Essay by Master Researcher

After Effects of Slavery in the Caribbean
This paper explores the long-term consequences of slavery in the Caribbean.
# 88281 | 1,125 words | 2 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Anthropology (Cultural) , Sociology (General)

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This paper explores how the institution of slavery affects the present day outlook of many Caribbean citizens. The experience of colonization and enslavement is considered in terms of Caribbean identity, attitudes, culture and behavior. A review of literature in this field is presented.

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"The importance of the institution of slavery in the history of the Caribbean region needs little introduction. However, in the present, one finds vestiges of the enslaved, as opposed to the descendants of slaves, in a region where history has a strong influence over identity, attitudes, culture and behaviour. Matters of how colonial societies stamped metropolitan cultures on their members have been fully discussed by Frantz Fanon in the French case. (Black Skins, 1967) Arnold Itwaru has written on how colonial hangovers do continue, encountered by people of Caribbean origin, yet again, in the Canadian setting. (1994) The influence of imperialism is very long."

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