Final Essay The term “Globalization” might be considerably new as it has been used more in this decade; however, it has been happening since several centuries ago as the rise of imperialism. Whenas Civilized countries started to colonize less-developing countries, bringing influences in many aspects, interfacing colonial culture and merging with the regional culture. The comparison between two countries from the Oceanic and the Caribbean, Haiti and New Zealand can illustrates how globalization has played an essential role in both countries when it comes to their development on each criterion. New Zealand, on the Oceanic continent, is an island country from the southwest Pacific Ocean, and geologically divided into two main landmasses—the North Island and the South Island. Haiti, on another hand has its official name of the Republic of Haiti, is a Caribbean nation that shares it land with Dominican Republic on the island of Hispaniola. Haiti is also known of the poorest country in the western Hemisphere, plagued by the natural and economic disasters. Two countries from two continent has very distinct features geopolitically, environmentally, economically, culturally and its flow of settlement due to globalization, geographic location and history. The process of international integration arising from the interchange of worldviews, ideas and culture, and all begin when imperialism of colonizing flowed among the British, France, Spain etc. and the United States occupation in the post-World War I period, and also the massive migration to a non-developed nation (in order word it’s invasion) which both happened respectively on Haiti and New Zealand. Two different massive settlements have demonstrated the positive and negative impacts toward the original inhabitants and also reflected colonizers’ ambitious cruelty toward other human beings, and their superior state of mind of conquering. Haiti’s original settlers, Amerindian inhabitants, its dominant group was the Taino, than the Ciboney. Their lives was once quite rustic, innocent and peaceful, farming for their own food, and having their own pasturage, trading in the farmed cassava root, fishing among their people on their islands. Until Christopher Columbus first landed and named it as “La Lsla Española” (known as the island of Hispaniola nowadays), and claimed it for Spain, launched the first European settlement on this island. It had come the era of colonized for the Taino and the Ciboney. At first, they were not aware of what was going on, and welcomed these settlers to join in this land. But then, the hatred arise toward the new Spanish arrivals arise when they forced the Taino and Ciboney to mine for gold, or else they would panelized them to death or ship them into slavery in other parts of “their New World”. Tanio and Ciboney population had dropped to a hundred and fifty known individuals from estimated one hundred thousand and several millions initially due to the cruelty of slavery, diseases that the European brought, and skirmishes of resistance against Spanish rule. Soon after, the colonizers annihilated all Taino and Ciboney. They began importing slavery in 1517 from Africa to substitute the labor. British, French and the Netherlands as these nations attempted to interrupt the Spanish shipments of gold. The British even has developed an official military campaign in 1586, however they fail to succeed to claim this land to their own, yet had weaken Spain’s crown of colonizing this land. Spaniards’ control on this land had been furthered weaken along with the French settlement in the 17th century, and decided to sign the Treaty of Ryswick in 1697 of releasing the western third of Hispaniola to France. The…
Australia and New Zealand are already experiencing impacts from recent climate change (high confidence). These are now evident in increasing stresses on water supply and agriculture, changed natural ecosystems, reduced seasonal snow cover, and glacier shrinkage [11.2.1, 11.2.3]. Some adaptation has already occurred in response to observed climate change (high confidence).
Examples come from sectors such as water, natural ecosystems, agriculture, horticulture and coasts [11.2.5]. However, ongoing…
Immigration New Zealand
Sub: My Statement of Purpose for studying in NZ
Dear Immigration Officer,
I am writing this letter in order to state my genuine intention of pursuing further studies in New Zealand. Through this letter I also elaborate my academic background.
My name is Harpreet Singh Rai born on 27/03/1997. I believe that education is a building block to success and I am very passionate to study and gain international qualification and make…
in New Zealand:
The Impact of Socio-Demographic Variables
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Vy Bui 100737215
George Brown College
Fundamentals of Research Article Critique
Analysis of Chinese Travellers' Attitudes Toward Holidaying in New Zealand:
The Impact of Socio-Demographic Variables
For the purpose of studying research methods used in the industry of hospitality, we have chosen to critique Asad Mohsin's (2007) study of mainland Chinese holidaymakers' attitude and interest in New Zealand…
What are the main features of a democracy? Explain why New Zealand is considerable to be a democracy?
This essay will define democracy and identify its main features. It will then examine democracy practise in New Zealand against these features before reaching a conclusion that New Zealand is a democracy country.
Democracy has been defined by Heywood “rule by the people”. He points out that this definition “implies both popular participation and government in the public interest and can take a…
It happened in Christchurch a major populated city in New Zealand
Exact time it happened was the 22nd February at 12:51 and 43 seconds local time (23:51:43 GMT)
The tectonic plates (the hard shells of rock covering the earth) are moving beneath us. When they shudder together, or jump apart we get earthquakes. In Christchurch the Australian plate is grinding against the Pacific plate.…
highlight subordinates for their successful completion of the bargain. | * Leaders awaken emotions in their followers which motivates them to act beyond the framework of what may be described as replace relations* Leadership is proactive and forms new expectations in followers* Leaders are distinguished by their capacity to inspire and provide individualized consideration, intellectual stimulation and idealized influence to their followers* Leaders create learning opportunities for their followers…
in seven New Zealand children suffer from obesity and that it is increasing.
Results from a National Children’s Nutrition Survey reported that in the year 2000, 14.3% of children within New Zealand were obese. This increased three times more than it was in 1989.
To determine the existence of obesity there are many professionals and doctors that believe Lack of Physical activity and more food intake is a huge part for the cause of obesity. Results from the 2007 and 2008 Active New Zealand Survey…
Auckland, New Zealand
June 16, 2015
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The UMR Research poll done on behalf of the Greenhouse Policy Coalition, which represents some of the larger greenhouse gas emitters, said climate change rated bottom in order of importance to people outof a list of 10 common issues - adrop from eighth out of nine issuesin the same survey last year.
Those issues in 2010 were (in order of concern) cost of living, health, education, ethics in business, environment…
Abortion Statistics In New Zealand
as of December 2011
In the year ended December 2011:
* 15,863 abortions were performed in New Zealand, the lowest number since 1999 (15,501). * The general abortion rate was 17.3 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15–44 years, down from 18.1 per…