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    the economy of a country as well as now, these days it is growing in European countries and increasing the economy of European economy and world economy. As a result the living standard of people rise, an increasing proportion of income is spent on leisure travel and other elements of tourism. At the same time, tourism promotes employment and new sources of income. Article 6 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) stipulates that tourism falls within the EU’s powers to support

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    and expansion for Europeans. During these years of discovery, great forces behind drive for expansion existed. The Spanish and Portuguese's main forces included: the lust for the wealth of gold and silver, the acquisition of new lands which brought nobility, and the spread of their Christian based religion. The Spanish and Portuguese conquest of Latin America provides us with insight of these drives in the ultimate search for power. Unfortunately, these motives caused a European-Indigenous syncretism

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    Partition of Africa The takeover of Europeans in all of Africa is the European Scramble. The treatment of Africans was sacrificed for the materials and goods needed by the Europeans. The mistreatment caused Africans to rebel even though sometimes their battles were not won. In thirty years European troops colonized Africa in search for natural resources due to the impact of the Industrial Revolution. As a response Africans were enraged that their loved ones had to suffer, while others hoped for change

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    Hemming’s Noble Savages In the written piece “Noble Savages” by John Hemming he give an historic account of different European adventures in the Brazilian mainland.  He also tells some of the stories about the Brazilian people that were taken back to Europe about the savages’ way of life. A fleet of ships sailing towards Cape of Good Hope on April 22, 1500 was blown astray.  They were blown so far west, that their commander Pero Alveres Cabral saw a new land, which they named Easter Mountain

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    Native Americans and European Compare/Contrast Essay Europeans lived a much more modern way of life than the primitive lifestyle of Native Americans. Europeans referred to themselves as “civilized” and regarded Native Americans as “savage,” “heathen,” or “barbarian.” Their interaction provoked by multiple differences led to misunderstanding and sometimes conflict. These two cultures, having been isolated from one another, exhibited an extensive variation in their ideals. Europeans and Native Americans

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    natives. Each character has different reasons and methods for wanting control. The locals accepted European dominance because the Europeans had strategies to legitimize their dominance. The local Burmese people viewed the Europeans in different ways. Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Lakersteen, Dr. Veraswami, U Po Kyin, and Ma Hla May all have specialized reasons for maintaining

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    Europeans and Disease: Allies in Conquering Continents Chinese proverb claims that the rat is the most clever and strongest survivor of all animals. The rat proved itself in the beginning of time when god held a race for all of his animals; the rat was clever enough to hide in the ear of a large beast, and at the last second he leapt out of the beast's ear and crossed the finish line before the beast. Disease tells a similar history, in which it has been able to spread itself through out the

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    North America I believe was very different than that of Asia, Eurasia, and Europe. One example of why I believe that North America’s history was different is that the importance of a military force was far more important to the Europeans than the Americans. The Europeans were so intertwined in their problems of over population, poverty, and political order that the need for a military was needed. The Americans did not have these problems right away. The Americans were extremely busy trying to build

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    One of the topics was the use of the modern social imaginary, and how it plays a role in society. This idea was discussed and shown by Taylor in many ways and is important to his argument. A social imaginary is defined as the ways that people imagine our existence, how we organize and interact with other, along with the expectations we have. Taylor tries to explain that a social imaginary is not the same as theory; this is because a minority possesses theory and conversely the majority if not all

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    Europeans in Pursuit of Capitalism in New England Indian and European people had many cultural differences causing both cultures to clash. The two cultures also had different beliefs in terms of land usage and commodities. The European arrival had an enormous impact on the ecosystem, which as well affected the lives of the Indians. The Indians were used to being mobile in terms of their way of living as opposed to the European colonists, they were used to settling in one place and were also

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