The Aftermath of Colonialism . By Abi Rosales. thesis. Spanish rule established a social hierarchy based on skin color and male female inequality- during the colonization of Mesoamerica has had a lasting effect on Chicano’s self-perception and identity. . synopsis.
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By Abi Rosales
Spanish rule established a social hierarchy based on skin color and male female inequality- during the colonization of Mesoamerica has had a lasting effect on Chicano’s self-perception and identity.
My research paper spoke of the lasting effects that Spanish colonialism its institutions have had on Chicanos. The social institutions that I focused on were the caste system and inequality of the sexes. I tried to explain how there two institutions influence the relationship between skin color and Chicanos and identity within inequality of the sexes.
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