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Letter from the Pope to de Las Casas
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...Casas The Aftermath of Columbus Expedition on the Taino Dear Brother, Greetings and may the peace and joy of the Lord, whom we serve, be with you. I also hope you are in the best state of health and well-motivated as we pursue the ultimate goal of global evangelism. I commend you as well for your great achievements, your ordination as a deacon and then as a priest. It is also worth mentioning your endeavors half a world away, during your expeditions alongside Christopher Columbus, and then later on your own. It is such a big thanks to the Lord for to such great lengths. I am writing to air my reaction about the report on your observations while there, as well... Letter of His Holiness The Pope De Las...
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Reading Blog
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...Casas: A Brief Outline of His Life and Labour presents the historical background of Bartolomé de las Casas as he comes to terms with his religious responsibilities to humanity in a period of Spanish conquest of native Indians in the Americas. Bartolomé de las Casas makes a voyage to the New Worlds where he witnesses firsthand the enslavement and torture of the native Indian by Spanish conquers. These experiences in the New Worlds results in a change of heart for the scholar who embarks on a mission to fight slavery advocating for peaceful and humane ways of exploiting the vast resources in the indies. David Orique highlights... the achievements made by Bartolomé de las...
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American literature
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...Casas? During the periods of 1400 to 1700 C.E. large portion of the world remain undiscovered. The technology however to reach them such as ship is already available and the naval superpowers then that includes France, England and Spain competed in the quest to discover the New World which explains why this was called the Age of Exploration. These countries however had different reason for exploration. France sent exploration to North America in 1562 in search of gold while Great Britain sent explorers in the new world in the 1580s for exotic foods, wealth and trade. Spain on the other hand had different... Teacher Age of Exploration: Who is more prominent? Christopher Columbus or Bartolome De Las...
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Maria Calla through the eyes of Simone de Beauvoir
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...Casas, specifically because Beavoir shows how the success of Casas comes from her feminine identity. The ability to place the feminine, sexuality and the body at the height of her career shows that it is the feminine that gives her the main concern. This relates to the question of ethics, specifically because the social implications were based... ?The concept of the feminine is displayed throughout different arts, specifically in relation to the social and cultural aspects of women that relateto gender. When looking at the works of Simone de Beauvoir, it can be seen that specific responses to the feminine are displayed by referencing other artists in society. An approach which she takes is to show the...
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International Relation 2
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...Casas make sense of (experience) Spain’s war against the Indians? What is the particular view of history at work in his account? How is he guilty of representing the Americas as a utopia? What are the problems that his account (description, history) of the Americas generates for his quest for justice and the writing of history? The European conquest of the Americas is not that accurately described in some reference books, where some even highlight the benefits of colonization to colonized territories. Several history books render the sickening extent and brutality of European colonization during Columbus’ times. One of these books is An Account, Much Abbreviated... , of the Destruction of the...
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European Politics in the 16th and 17th Centuries
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...Casas tried their best in order to bring... Module During the 16th and 17th century, when the Spanish invaded the native Indian land, every political action they took was covered with religious terms and reasoning. The major part of the Spanish conquest of the Americans was focused on the religion. They believed that there was a need to convert the Native Americans to the one true religion. The natives were viewed as heathen savages who were involved in worshipping the devils. As a result, the Spanish thought that the Indians would spend their life being tortured in hell unless they are saved. From the Spanish point of view, any resistance that the natives demonstrated to the conversion was a work of n...
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Substandard Prenatal Care
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...Casas, Dachs, and Bambas 27). These services are difficult for many women to attain due to cultural traditions that have subjugated women and an economic system that has placed... Substandard Prenatal Care Its Implications for Infant Mortality in Mexico and Latin America No issue is more central to the discussion of international human rights than the right that children have to be healthy and have their basic medical needs met. For children, this means that care needs to begin with conception as the mother and child are cared for through a system of prenatal care. Failure to meet the medical needs of children through this period results in pregnancy complications, a high infant mortality rate, and a...
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Euro-civlization
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...Casas' language by making two lists of metaphors- one for Spaniards, the other for Indians- as these appear in his text. It is the tension between theses two sets of images which creates the dynamism in this text. Pay special attention to gender as you do this. Who is masculine, who is feminine and what are the implications thereof Consider the following section from Los Casas' description of the Spanish treatment of the Indians in Brief... Exam 2 How could you explain the phenomenon of the witch-craze and what does it tell us about the relationship between elite and popular culture, the confessional state, and the breakdown of community in early Modern Europe The so-called "Witch Craze" in Europe lasted...
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Critiquing the Analysis of Peers Paper
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...Casas who says that ‘The Admiral was the first to open the gates of that ocean which had been closed for so many thousands of years before”. With all the literature talking mostly of the good things that Columbus brought to the world especially in Europe, it is also important that people understand that he was also a terrible man who did bad things... ? Christopher Columbus Historical Analysis Critique Christopher Columbus is revered and hated in Europe in equal measure. There are different views on the question of his discovery of the New World and America with different historians holding different views on the net impact of the discovery to Europe in relation to the atrocities he and his men did. Who...
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After CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENTSS, the us social movement of the 1960s and 70s
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...Casas. YouTube, 5 Mar. 2013. Web. 5 Aug. 2014. ---. “Makers: Women Who Make America Part II Changing The World.” Kristin Casas. YouTube, 5 Mar. 2013. Web. 5 Aug. 2014. ---. “Makers: Women Who Make America Part III Charting a New Course.” Kristin Casas. YouTube, 5 Mar. 2013. Web. 5 Aug. 2014.... Women Who Make America is a documentary about the progression of the Feminist Movement in America which started in the 1960s as a reaction tothe lack of opportunities for women. Produced by Kunhardt McGee together with Storyville Films and WETA, the three-part film follows the most important events and people throughout the decades that made up the Movement and has defined it to what it has become today. The...
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Diversity Activity
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...Casas, 2010). Chain of diversity activity is an effective way to ensures diversity in middle school education. Ensuring diversity in learning in middle school enhances the nurturing of tolerance among students, as well. Description of Activity The chain of diversity activity is useful in ensuring middle school students appreciate the differences that they may have because of cultural... Diversity Activity Task: Diversity Activity Rationale for Activity Middle school curriculum plays an exceptionally essential role in cognitive development of learners. Given its vitality, diversity promotion plays a core role in engaging students in activities that promote togetherness, group work and knowledge sharing...
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Reading Response 1
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...Casas 34). The main aim behind the colonialists’ atrocities in the Indies was to weaken the resistance of the locals. There was a thin line between spreading the gospel in Christianity in such Asian regions and exploring the land for resources to enrich the colonialists’ mother countries. Most of the early missionaries turned to be political elements who explored new lands and resources for their mother countries, and the Indies was not an exceptional. The locals were harsh and unwelcome to the colonialists, as a response, the colonialists had... College: Reading Response The article is about the grievous atrocities perpetrated by Christians against the Indies in the of spreading the gospel. Christians ...
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History Exam
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...Casas and your understanding of the European “discovery” of the New World, why were Europeans able to exercise dominion over the Western hemisphere so quickly and so effectively in the sixteenth- and early seventeenth-centuries?  Las Casas begins his... 1). How did the early contacts between different civilizations – in Spain, along the Silk Road, and in Africa – play a role in re-orienting world history away from Mesopotamia and Asia and towards the Atlantic Ocean?  Silk road was the Euro-Asian trade route that extended from Europe to Asia along African and Asian continent. This was the “link between two continents of civilization-the west and the east” (Whitifield, 13). As long as there was a constant...
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Cause and effect essay on the Dred Scott decision
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...Casas wrote against the treatment of natives in the New World. (Casas n.p.) Spain enacted the first European law abolishing colonial slavery in 1542, although it lasted only up to 1545; and early in U.S. history statements against it were made even by some prominent Southerners (Izcabalceta n.p.). In the 17th century, Quaker and evangelical religious groups condemned it as un-Christian; in the 18th century, rationalist thinkers of the Enlightenment criticized it for violating the rights of man (Yount n.p.). After 1840... . Casas, Bartolome de las. A Brief Account of the Destruction of the Indies (1554). London: The Project Gutenberg Book. n.d. Web. 19 March...
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An Analysis of the Common Theme of Physical Violence in A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies and Titus Andronicus
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...Casas depicts: "Guacanagari himself died up in the mountains, broken and destitute, after he had fled to escape the massacres and the cruelty inflicted by the Spaniards, and all the other local leaders who owed allegiance to Guacanagar perished " (20). The kind of historical criticism which has laid itself most open to attack has... 28 July 2008 An Analysis of the Common Theme of Physical Violence in "A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies" and "Titus Andronicus" The theme of violence and cruelty dominate in both "A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies" and "Titus Andronicus". The similarity between both works is that they represent a tragedy genre marked by man's relation to evil. V...
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The Social Changes of Song Dynasty in Ancient China
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...Casas: the conquest and Christianization of America, 1492-1566. A comprehensive and critical research about the exploration, conquest and evangelization of American’s by Spain since the first voyage by Columbus and death of Las Casas is provided. The struggles, arguments, achievements and failures... Chinese Civilization 20 March The Social Changes of Song Dynasty in Ancient China The song dynasty is one of the most brilliant and prosperous era in the history of ancient China. The period is marked by great achievements in science and technology, commerce, arts and other social areas. The dynasty rose to power in 960. Its founding emperor was Song Taizu. The song dynasty is sometimes referred to as...
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Colonization
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...Casas, a Spanish colonist, a priest, founder of a Utopian community and first Bishop of Chiapas, was a scholar, historian and 16th century human rights advocate. Las Casas has been called the Father of anti-imperialism and anti-racism. Others take a more guarded or modest view of his achievements. What there is little or no dispute about is that Las Casas was an early and energetic advocate and activist for the rights of native peoples (Bartolome de las Casas)." Las Casas came to realize that the treatment by Spanish Conquistors was immoral and was partly responsible for the repeal of laws that amounted...
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American Literature
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...Casas (Burrell 38 - 39) fought against the ill treatment that the Indians from Hispaniola faced at the time. The Spanish had taken over the islands belonging to the Indians and taken the inhabitants as slaves. They had taken their land and drove them to less habitable areas while taking all the food they produced. The Spanish broke the existing family structures that were in place in the island. Families were separated through death when some... American Literature Importance of the press in developing interest in the New World Christopher Columbus turned to sea as a young man to find a commercially viable Atlantic route to Asia (Burrell 34 - 38). He is said to have discovered the West Indies which...
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Baroque Art
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...Casas 12). The Indians were murdered and executed in wars by the Spaniards who were proclaiming their Christian beliefs. These actions are demonstrated through visual arts such as gibbets. The Baroque Aesthetic – DECCO... Baroque Art Art as Propaganda: Religion and the Visual Arts Art has been associated with propaganda, especially religious propaganda. They are social commentary images that try to persuade people towards a particular viewpoint. For example, such forms of art were used in the exploration and colonization of the New World where religious doctrines and viewpoints were demonstrated through visual arts. Reformations and counter-reformations were also demonstrated in several parts of Europe ...
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Modern Age Europe 1348-1789 Primary Doc Analysis Essay 2
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...Casas Christopher Columbus and Bartholomew De Las Casas were both Spanish colonialist and early explorers who visited America in the late 15th century up to early 16th century. Most of their works are dwelled most on how they viewed and related with the indigenous Americans, Indians and the African slaves. Although the two colonialists came from the same colonialist country, their views in regard to how the indigenous Americans needed to be related to and treated were absolutely different (Jane ). This was attributed greatly by the different personalities of the two colonialists. Notably is that Bartholomew De... Topic: Americas Indigenous People According to Christopher Columbus and Bartholomew De Las...
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Compare and contrast
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...Casas on barbarians, conversion, and religion. Bartolomé de las Casas stood against barbarism. He is in fact touted as “the apostle of the Indians,” a lone voice that stood against Spanish brutality in defence of the rights of the Indians. Las Casas asserts that any action of the Church that does not take into account the harms that such acts will incur is wrong. According to Casas, punishment of crimes is not act of justice not unless the victim is restored to a better state of mind as a result of the punishment... Theology Compare and Contrast Part I What are three main points of John Locke’s Letter on Toleration? Explain Fully. JohnLocke’s (1632–1704) elaborates three main points in his letter on...
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Seethetwoarticleslistedattheendofthisdocument.Basedonthematerialcoveredinthemicroeconomicsclass,provideaneconomicanalysisofthepolicyscenariogiven below
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...casas Herranz & Ford, 2004). Governments have two reasons for levying tariffs on drugs. For one is as way of generating income and the protection of the local pharmaceutical industry. 3.0 The Impact of Prices and Availability of Drugs on US and UK if US were to adopt External Price Referencing The manufacturer’s price of the drug in both countries would depend on how the policy affects the elasticity of price on demand which likewise depends on the incentive that the main players like doctors, pharmacists and patients accrue out... Analysis of External Price Referencing On Drugs 0 Introduction External Price Referencing is using of prices for medicine in one country to set a bench mark for the price of...
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Human Rights (answer question)
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...Casas was among the first and the most astringent protest staged against the extremes of the European colonization in America. Bartolome was an apostle and a defender of the Indians and he was the most controversial individual based on the long and troubled account of the Spain’s American kingdom. He is famous for his defense on the rights of the Native Americans. His valiant grounds against the horrors of the invasion and colonization of the new world gave him the title “protector of Indians”. Many are the incidences that Bartolome presented cases that emanated from the sympathy of his people and how they were being tortured and massacred... Human Rights Questions Question1 The book by Bartolome de...
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History 1311
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...Casas: the conquest and Christianization of America, 1492-1566. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 1994. Print.... Q Colonization of America The initial European colonization of the Americas begun early in the 10th century after Norse sailors explored and settled in some parts of the continent in what is today Greenland and parts of Canada (Traboulay 4). The settlements however collapsed after around a century because of mostly violent interaction between the natives and the newcomers. The Spanish then commenced the first successful colonization in 1442 with Cristopher Columbus’ exploration; for the Spanish, their main interest in America was economic and political since they believed...
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Mexican History
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...Casas toward the Indians whom, Motolinia charged, Las Casas regarded as little more than beasts of burden. In his letter, Motolinia cites a particular incident in which Las Casas had donned his surplice and stole with the intent of baptizing an enthusiastic Indian who had proven adept at Catholic instruction. At the last minute, the bishop evidently decided against it and simply walked away, giving in to what Motolinia considered rank hypocrisy. “I then said to Las Casas: ‘So, Father, all the zeal and love which you say you have for the Indians ends with using them as carriers, and with going about writing of the Spaniards... ? Reign and Revolution in Mexico: The Political and Social Complexities of...
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Learning Theories
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...Casas, 2011). Contrary to Behaviorism, which relies on memorization for mastery of the subject (Arizona State University), Cognitivism relies on higher thinking skills such as analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Therefore, to incorporate principles of Cognitivism in the current lesson, one should focus on making students use higher thinking... Learning Theories Task 2 Ruth Ramirez Western Governor’s TASK 2 PART A Create a lesson plan for 6th, 7th or 8th grade. LESSON PLAN Name: Ruth Ramirez GENERAL INFORMATION Subject(s): English Topic or Unit of Study: Literature – “A Worn Path” A Short Story by Eudora Welty Grade/Level: 8th Instructional Setting: regular classroom setting, students ar...
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Response journal
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...Casas, B. d. (1974). The Devastation of the Indies: A Brief Account. New York: JHU Press.... Destruction or devastation of the Indies Profesor’s Destruction or Devastation of the Indies The Devastation of the Indians account given by an eye-witness is all about the first experience seen in modern days of hypocrisy, greed and cruelty. Spaniards invades Indian land looking for a settlement. In those early yeas, groups of people moved around looking for lands to settlement. The Spaniards invades Indians natives land. In my opinion, whenever someone visits a new place, he or she is a ‘visitor’, and ought to be contented with what they get but not grab. In my opinion, what the eye-witness is telling us ...
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---------Organism evolve in the Paleozoic era
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...Casas, 133). Ant mimicry has been reported frequently in thirteen species of spiders belonging to Clubionidae and Salticidae (Reiskind, 1). The massive diversity and ecological adaptations of spiders have not only ensured its survival till date but are enabled them to occupy habitats globally. Figures fig 1... Organism of Paleozoic Era Spider Introduction Paleozoic or the age of ancient life; extended from 544 to 245 million years ago, i.e. for approximately 300 million years (fig 1). The era is marked by significant events in evolutionary history of life on earth. Most invertebrate groups including the arthropods along with vertebrates such as Pisceans, amphibians originated and flourished during this...
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Spanish vs. English colonization of America
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...Casas vividly depict atrocities committed on the natives by the Spanish conquistadors. "It was a general rule among Spaniards to be cruel; not just cruel, but extraordinarily cruel so that harsh and bitter treatment would prevent Indians from daring to think of themselves as human beings or having a minute to think at all." (Las Casas 70). At the same time, the Spanish rulers in America were unhappy at the high mortality rate of the natives, since they wanted to exploit... Spanish vs. English colonization of America. The Spanish and the English colonized America in different ways. The paper studies the relationships between Native Americans and colonizers - policies of newcomers and responses of the...
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Child Abuse Paper
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...Casas) In Portugal, a case involving the sexual abuse of minors in a state-run network of homes and schools... ?Child Abuse Introduction In Canada, 50-year old grandparents were sentenced to 3 years in prison after it was discovered that they locked their 3-year old granddaughter in a furnace room, frequently struck about the head, and was not fed at times. (CBC News) In Buffalo, New York, a stepfather was charged with second-degree murder when he confessed to beating his 10-year-old stepson to death while the boy’s hands were tied and his mouth was taped with a sock inside. (Shapiro & Lenihan) In the Philippines, a father was charged with molesting his 9-year-old daughter on Christmas Eve of 2011....
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Global Health-Improving Access to Health Care and Medication
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...Casas-Zamora & Ibrahim 2004, p.2055). Research has consistently indicated that a limited number of non-medical determinants underpin the greatest health disparities. Health services can either minimize or enhance health disparities based... ? Global Health I. Introduction Health equity relates to the “absence of systematic disparities in health between and within social groups that possess diverse levels of underpinning social advantages or disadvantages. Health equity details “when all people possess the opportunity to gain full health potential” and none is disadvantaged from attaining this position owing to their social position or other socially determined circumstance. Health disparities result from ...
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Spanish vs. English colonization of America
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...Casas vividly depict atrocities committed on the natives by the Spanish conquistadors. “It was a general rule among Spaniards to be cruel; not just cruel, but extraordinarily cruel so that harsh and bitter treatment would prevent Indians from daring to think of themselves as human beings or having a minute to think at all.” (Las Casas 70). At the same time, the Spanish rulers in America were unhappy at the high mortality rate of the natives, since they wanted... Spanish vs. English colonization of America. The Spanish and the English colonized America in different ways. The paper studies the relationships between Native Americans and colonizers — policies of newcomers and responses of the indigenous...
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Civil Rights Era
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...Casas used his talent and profession as a painter to trumpet his side of the message for equality before the law. In support of his move, other famous methods of trumpeting the need for equality sprang up through the use of strange means like cartoon and commercials. PART 2 1. A s far as the representation of the two imagery are concerned, it can be seen that the artist took advantage of the power and authority behind the national flag of the United States to put her message of the need for absolute equality before the law across. It is not surprising... ?696138 PART Painting is an art that is done to convey messages of different content and meanings. This means tha for any professional painter, he or...
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Issue Paper: Inequality
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...Casas in his article... RACIAL INEQUALITY Racial Inequality Introduction Genetically transmitted physical characteristics differentiate one population of a group of people from other populations to form a race. It has exceptional and an outstanding group of genes. These group of genes produces phenotypic traits that help identify the race. People belonging to one race have features that differentiate them as they have one genetic source, hence, a common genetic group. Thus, the offspring they produce have numerous features that they share. The offspring pass on this unique group of genes and the outstanding characteristics and features to future generations. When people from the same race conceive, they...
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Reflecting on Client Differences for Best Practice & Sound Ethics
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...Casas, Suzuki & Alexander, 2001; Sue & Sue, 2007). It responds to the reality that the common ground with which people of today encounter is through the truism... Scenario One A 37-year-old minister of a Christian religion seeks counseling because of his struggle to come to terms with his own homosexual interests and is weighing up whether or not to come out. The notion of homosexuality is in complete opposition to the values and beliefs of his religion and congregation. He currently is in a dilemma not knowing what to believe anymore. The Reflection Multicultural counseling creates a platform that recognizes the diversity and plurality of the human condition in the contemporary period (Ponterotto,...
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Design Methods of Family-Centered Communication
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...Casas, Kelly‐Vance, Ryalls, & Nero, 2010). Information provided should mostly be jargon free. Moreover, face to face communication is preferred in this scenario. Conclusion When families have a part to play in their children’s education, children tend to excel in school. Consequently, the quality of the children’s education will improve. Family involvement generally means that families together with teachers and caregivers work together to create an environment that enhances... Design Methods of Family-Centered Communication Design Methods of Family-Centred Communication Introduction Quality and stable relationships between caregivers/ schools and families are an essential component in a child’s learning ...
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Lit short paper
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...Casas” (Ode to Things) The ode is a lyric poem of a lofty cast. Neruda’s ode is a lengthy poem in free verse extolling thenature of things and things in general. Most people would dismiss things as being ordinary – too commonplace to be the subject of a poem, but not the poet Neruda. The firs stanza reveals how he feels about the things around him and states with conviction that he loves things madly. At first the reader would shake his head and say to himself that the statement would come only from a madman’s lips since he mentions a variety of things that he confesses he loves “madly” - pincers, scissors, cups, iron, ring, soup tureens and hats. He goes on further... Pablo Neruda’s “Oda a las...
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What do you think he would have said is the mission assigned to the people of the United States by God in 2010
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...Casas and Bishop Juan del Valle. The mission of U.S is in his eyes is to eradicate sufferings, injuries, and deaths caused by personal and political riots and to fight hunger... Mission of U.S in Óscar Arnulfo Romero Galdámez,a bishop of the Roman Catholic Church in El Salvador he was the fourth  Archbishop of San Salvador. He was assassinated on March 24, 1980. Today, Romero holds worldwide importance in the institution of Church. He was granted as the title of Servant of God by Pope John Paul II. He is also known as one of the most influential patron saint of El Salvator and America as his teachings were most adopted by Salvadorans and Latin Americans. Like many other pastors he did not try to be a...
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Historical architecture building find one and compare to morden design
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...Casas y Nvoa between 1738 and 1750 and is flanked by two medieval towers. He also constructed and achieved striking chiaroscuro effects in his transparent effective designs.3 Perhaps the chief beauty of the cathedral, however, is the 12th century Portico da Gloria, behind the western facade. This Portico da Gloria... From Tortuous to Torturous: Baroque and Frank Gehry New architectural concerns for color, light and shade, sculptural values and intensity characterize the Baroque. It was, initially at least, directly linked to the Counter-Reformation, a movement within the Catholic Church to reform itself in response to the Protestant Reformation. The most impressive display of Churrigueresque spatial...
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The Abolitionist Movement
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...Casas was shocked to see the treatment that the natives received in the New World which was founded by Columbus. People were bought and sold and kept in terrible conditions, and thus, under the Priest’s request, a new law banishing colonial slavery was put to rule however, its implementation was not carried out in a proper... 23 November Assignment The abolitionist movement was also known as the anti-slavery movement and took shape during the 18th and 19th centuries in Europe. The main aim of the movement was to end the prevalent slavery that persisted and also to put an end to free labour, human trafficking, sexual and wage slavery. In the year 1542, in the North, the Dominican priest Bartolome de las...
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Japanese healthcare system
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...Casas, K. T., & Lehmann, J.-P. (2009). Japans open future: An agenda for global citizenship. London: Anthem Press. Johnson, J. A., & Stoskopf, C. H. (2010). Comparative health systems: Global perspectives. Sudbury, Mass: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.... Japanese Healthcare System Japanese healthcare System The healthcare system of Japan is organized in such a way that every citizen of the country can access affordable healthcare facilities. With a population of about 120 million people, the Japanese government is dedicated towards ensuring that all persons have equal accessed to medical facilities. The healthcare system in Japan covers all citizens of the country with little consideration of the health...
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Self Identity
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...Casas 3). Hence any group of people that can be differentiated from another group of people on the basis... Running Head: Self - Identity Evaluation of Self - Identity Evaluation of Self – Identity It is important to know one’s self-identity in terms of race, culture and linguistics. Self-identity exclusively implies one’s image regarding one’s self and other around them. It is important to develop positive images of self and of others to be able to form amiable relationships. If a person tends to degrade one’s own identity, one tends to shy away from others’ company. However, in case of the contrary, one tends to become self-centered and overzealous, promoting racial discriminations and prejudices...
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Historical Forces that shaped American psychology
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...Casas, Alexander, & Ponterotto, 2009). Due to racism being deeply integrated in the American culture, much work would be needed in order to greatly increase the tolerance and acceptance of most of the white population to outside influences, and using the multicultural approach this can be achieved. Added to the problem of a lack of other perspectives is that most of the available... ? Historical Forces that Shaped American Psychology Historical Forces that Shaped American Psychology The clinical applications of psychology in modern times have been shaped by numerous forces that allow it to accommodate differences between and among people (Matsumoto, 2001). Movements such as the psychoanalytic,...
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Clincial Psychology
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...Casas, L. A. Suzuki, & C. M. Alexander (Eds.), Handbook of Multicultural Counseling (2nd ed., pp.633-654). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 7. Carter, R. T. (1995). The influence of race and racial identity in psychotherapy. New York: John Wiley. 8. Fouad, N. A., & Brown, M. (2000). Race, ethnicity, culture, class and human development. In S. D. Brown & R. W. Lent (Eds.), Handbook of Counseling Psychology, (3rd. ed., pp. 379-410). New York: Wiley. 9. Frank, J. D., & Frank, J. B. (1998). Comments... Clinical psychology which was in the past practiced in buildings at a distance has become increasingly in the mainstream. Clinical psychologists today are able to do far more than their counterparts in the 1960's...
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Define the term culturally competent organisation and elaborate what actions could be taken by the organisation to increase its cultural competency
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...Casas, J.M., 1991) But a simple statistical record keeping of the number of persons belonging to each ethnic group and being aware of the basics of each of their cultures would not be of much help. The involvement needs to be deeper and more sincere than that. Details about educational levels, employment levels and extent of criminalisation in the group, substance abuse, teenage pregnancy and infant mortality are parameters which will help an institution to be really prepared to help these ethnic groups. Health... Culturally Competent Organisations September 2008 Introduction In this world of globalization, political boundaries are fast getting blurred and soare the geographical distances which earlier...
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Literature of the African Diaspora
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...Casas to prohibit the enslavement of Native Americans and enslave Africans and Europeans instead reinvigorated the African trade” (95). After the spread of the Black identity to Costa Rica and Panama, African presence in Venezuela emerged in 1592 as a source of manual labor for cacao (Gomez 96). Consequently, the African diaspora reached Peru in the same year to provide manual labor for silver mines. The crux of the preceding analysis essentially postulates that the common factor which is shared by African diasporic societies is associated... Literature of the African Diaspora, Response Paper The globalized notion of the African diaspora is a representation of multifaceted and multidimensional themes...
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Nuclear Plants and Their Impact on the Environment
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...Casas et al, 2004; Cracolice & Peters, 1997). The main concern over tritium is the high possibility of its entry into drinking water, in addition to the subsequent presence in crops that depend on tritium-contaminated waters. Uranium... Nuclear Plants and Their Impact on the Environment Background Greenhouse gas emissions from nuclear fission power has a "catastrophic risk" potential when containment fails. Failure in containment can emanate from over-heated fuels melting and releasing huge quantities of fission products into the environment. Nuclear waste must be isolated from humans and the immediate environment that could pose harm to other organisms in an ecosystem for many hundred years. Enormous...
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Customized Learning Theory
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...Casas, 2011). Since being a research oriented individual, I consider that the students should be provided an opportunity to explore concepts and notions included in their curriculum. And to further enhance the capability of students, small groups of similar ability and a similar level of apprehension should be formed in the classroom settings. Emphasizing a student oriented model in the class, I recommend the grouping ability approach. The class room should be a place of developing innovations, creating new concepts and developing enhanced learning mechanism. The learning session should be more interactive where the teacher and student both participate for effective sharing... are needed to...
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...Casas Identification: He was a Spanish historian, social reformer and clergyman who lived between 1484 and 1566. He lobbied for the abolition of the Encomienda system which forced American Indians to live like slaves and sought for better rights for these Native Americans. Significance: Although his efforts failed to fully abolish slavery and the colonization of Native Americans, he was able to improve the legal rights of these Natives and a more humane approach to Spanish and European colonial policies. Humanism. Identification: It refers to the use of logic, ethics and justice to seek a better life in the society... Identification and Historical Significance of Important Events Michel Montaige...
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...Casas, despite not having been to the New World nor seen the Indians, consider them as a sub-human species referred to as brutes or barbarians, an inferior race to civilized men. Deloria may have a point, since the mindset that Indians may be an inferior species may have subconsciously been handed down through the generations. The fact remains that the Indian dead should not be displayed in showcases, nor be made the subject of experiments beyond what is absolutely necessary... 1. What are the main differences between hypothetical and categorical imperatives? Why does Kant claim the moral law can only be expressed in the form of a categorical imperative? Is Kant right? Explain. Hypothetical imperatives...
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