review the terms posted on the link below: https://quizlet.com/324291494/hist-8-week-2-flash-cards/ First, retype each original question leaving space between each question to provide answers as you view the documentaries. View both video segments and complete the corresponding Documentary Worksheets by answering all elements of each question with thoroughly developed responses. In addition to providing answers, select one question from each documentary and include beneath your response a basic analysis that addresses a potentially greater significance relating to the information addressed in the selected question. In other words, discuss how your perception of the content relates to the social concerns of the day as well as how it the historical event reveals an insight about our own society. Your analysis should include a combination of inference and historical knowledge gleaned directly from the documentary, textbook, and current knowledge. However, your analysis should reflect your perception of the data as it relates to your own personal experiences and currently perception of society in our own time. The analysis portion should be brief (one or two paragraphs and typed beneath the answer to the original question. (Please do not restate the question when providing your response). Both DWs are due Friday March 5th Link for The Spanish Explorers (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1965) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Id6MU3pcA5w DW – The Spanish Explorers 1. Did the Europeans introduce civilization to Native American populations? Cite examples presented by the documentary to support your answer. 2. Describe both similar and dissimilar features between European and Native cultures. 3. How does the documentary characterize the differences in world-view (paradigm) and societal value (hegemony) between the New and Old world? Cite examples presented by the documentary to support your answer. 4. How does the documentary characterize European conduct toward native populations? 5. Develop an inference that attempts to explain how the emerging hegemony in Europe for material acquisition and accumulation of wealth could have, from the European perspective, justified their cruelty, on the one hand, and simultaneous claim to de jure rule over native populations 6. In what way does the documentary seem to excuse European actions in the New World? 7. How does the documentary present the issue of Christian values, and how do the film makers reconcile these values in terms of the contradiction between European spiritual hegemony with European treatment of native peoples? 8. Provide two examples where a documentary overtly criticizes the conduct of the Explorers/Conquistadors. 9. Identify two examples of bias where one could interpret the documentary’s support for the premise that the human cost bore by native people may have been grim; however, it was a necessary and an “acceptable price” for the continued advancement of progress. 10. What might one infer about the documentary through an examination of the musical tone and mood presented in the very beginning of the documentary? Link for 500 Nations “The Caribbean” and “Enrique’s Rebellion” (CBS, 1995) (Begin watching video at 2 minutes, 40 seconds through to the end.) Link: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xtxmzr DW – The Caribbean and Enrique’s Rebellion 1. Describe the evolution of the shifting power dynamics in the Caribbean during the Spanish conquest. 1a. Identify key components presented by the documentary that make it a useful secondary source for a critical analysis of shifting societal paradigms. 2. Identify specific language and terms the Spanish elite employed to project new identities upon indigenous people. 2a. What is the significance of the specific words used to described the Taino reaction to the conquest of their island home? 3. Describe how these particular terms relate to the imposition of Spanish law and the emergence of the Spanish power dynamic in the Caribbean. 3a. To what effect did it terms have on Spaniards in relation to their treatment of the native populations? 4. Cite specific elements that one might use to argue that Enrique was successful in establishing Taino freedom. 5. Identify both de facto and de jure elements that would support the argument that Enrique’s very approach to resisting the Spanish was in and of itself evidence that the Spanish had already established their own sovereignty on the island and held firm its occupancy of the region’s power dynamic. 6. Examine the documentary’s particular use of language to end its narrative concerning the history of the Taino people and the Spanish “discovery” of the “New World.” 6a. How might the narrative’s use of language at its conclusion be advantageous to a maintenance of power in relation to the regional landscape and its current population? 6b. To whom would such use of language be beneficial and advantageous in our own time? Please explain. Historiographic Question for Analysis: At the bottom of your submission include a response to the following prompt: Identify each documentary’s primary goal and describe how it sought to influence its target audience through its selection and presentation of historical facts. Provide an explanation that addresses how the date of production for each film could relate to its presentation of the subject material. How do the films differ in terms of their unstated goals, how does each film advance its particular message to its target audience and provide an original insight regarding what this comparison of both films might reveal about the evolution of society up to our own time?
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