What was the European policy of paternalism?
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Paternalism refers to the act of keeping someone from engaging in something for their supposed own good, like a father would do. An example of this term used in a sentence would be, "Mary's father kept her from going to the party because there was no parental supervision, but Mary resented her father's paternalism."
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Which 1823 doctrine of US foreign policy stated that European countries should stay out of North and South America?
American foreign policy in the years between 1820 and 1900 began with the establishment of the Monroe Doctrine, which warned European countries not to intervene in the affairs of Central and South America. It promised to protect the western hemisphere from European imperialism. It continued to exercise European neutrality.
What is a word for a group of people that feels as though they need to care for another people because they're weak?
Paternalist (Paternalism, Paternalistic) From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Paternalism First published Wed Nov 6, 2002; substantive revision Tue Jun 1, 2010 Paternalism is the interference of a state or an individual with another person, against their will, and defended or motivated by a claim that the person interfered with will be better off or protected from harm.
The Aboriginal Protection Policy was a policy set up in Australia to help "protect" aboriginals. It was felt that Aboriginals were a dying race in Australia and so they needed to be treated like children. The act of treating them like children is referred to as paternalism. This policy of Protection followed on from Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, it was felt that they had not evolved up to the standard of the white Australians…