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How did Europeans regard African culture and African Institutions?
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Asked in History, Politics & Society
Which of the following best describes the treatment of African slaves?
Asked in African-American History, Slavery
What best describes the treatment of African slaves during the Middle Passage?
Asked in History of Europe, Indigenous Australians
What did Europeans think of Aboriginals?
On the whole, the Europeans did not regard the Australian Aborigines with much respect. Many of them saw them as thieving savages who were just out to grab their livestock. They did not consider that the Aborigines came from a culture of sharing. They also did not see the Aborigines owned the land first. As far as the Europeans were concerned, Australia was theires for the taking, to plunder and to work for their own benefit.
Asked in Native American History
What did Momaday do in regard to Native American culture and oral traditions?
Asked in African-American History
Do whites now regard their treatment of African Americans as unfair?
Asked in Buddhism
How do Buddhist regard the religious part of their culture?
Asked in African-American History, US Civil War
What did Thaddeus Stevens propose with regard to land for African Americans and how did moderate Republicans respond to it?
Asked in Mexico
Is Mexico an industrial or none industrial culture?
Asked in Berlin
What was one thing true of the Berlin Conference in 1884?
Asked in US Civil War, African-American History
What did General Sherman suggest with regard to land for African Americans and what rumor spread as a result?
Asked in World War 2, US in WW2
Why did many of the boundaries of the new African states created after World War 2 cause problems?
Asked in Children and the Law, Psychology
What are the psychological factors that contributes to juvenile delinquencies?
What was Gregory Blaxland's attitude to Aboriginal people?
Like many of the English settlers of his time, Gregory Blaxland regarded Aborigines with a mixture of fear and condescension. Because so little was known about the aboriginal culture, Europeans were afraid of what they could not understand, yet tended to think they were better and "more civilised" than the Aborigines. Blaxland was no different in this regard.
Asked in Rudyard Kipling
Was the white man's burden so effective?
It really depends on your definition of 'effective'. Many people lost their way of life in the face of European colonization. So in one regard, it was effective since the Europeans achieved what they wanted- the homogenization of the world. However, on the other hand, there are still cultures out there that are not Eureo-centric. Plus, the white man's burden is often considered racist and imperialistic today, as the Europeans denigrated, mocked, and abused non-white culture to fulfill the white man's burden.
What is another word with the same meaning as the word 'regard'?
Asked in Islam
IS Islam and Indian culture the same?
Indian culture is way too different from the Islamic culture. Actually, I don't agree with the first answer. Because if you mean Indian culture as a whole then yes, because Islam has a big role in Indian culture as does Hinduism, Sikh, and various other religions all play a role to create the Indian culture. Now if by Indian culture you are referring only to the Hindus, then no, they are not at all the same in religious regard, but a llot of them still uphold the same Indian cultural customs and lifestyle.
What were the resolutions that the united nations made in regard to apartheid policy by the south African government?
Asked in World War 1
What is the importance of the popular cultuer and high culture?
In general, cultures matter simply because of what they are. Society's workings matter because they affect people's everyday lives, and the cultures that arise can help give people identity. Popular culture is most notable in this regard. High culture can add to this, but as it consists of the products of culture, it often provides more historical context, rather than modern context.