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Gutierrez, Jose Angel – Social Studies, 2010
The latter decades of the eighteenth century and first decades of the nineteenth century were full or revolutions and births of new nations, particularly in the Americas. The period has been termed the Age of Revolution. In 2010, Mexico celebrated along with several other countries the two hundred-year celebration of their movement toward…
Descriptors: Human Capital, Ethnicity, Ownership, Conflict
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Zontek, Kenneth S. – Social Studies, 1996
Presents a teaching model that allows students to recognize, synthesize, and analyze characteristics and components of colonialism. Identifies and provides examples for five main types of colonial interaction: subjugation, coexistence, extermination, reservation, and combination. Applies this model to the case study of the Spanish in New Mexico.…
Descriptors: American Indian History, Colonialism, Conflict, Cultural Interrelationships
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Scarano, Francisco A. – Social Studies, 1994
Reports on the research and development of a history textbook on Puerto Rico. Discusses the issues of historical synthesis and the special problems associated with writing a book about an island that is neither an independent nation nor a colonial possession. (CFR)
Descriptors: Cultural Context, Cultural Differences, Cultural Interrelationships, Elementary Secondary Education