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Salter, Veronica A
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They practised on the Irish and perfected on the West Indians - Psychological domination a comparison between two plantation economies - Jamaica and Ireland.
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http:; www.fgcu.edu/csa2001/csa2000/Images/CSA2K-Abstracts.pdf
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Abstract
This paper examines the techniques employed by the British to bring about psychological domination on two groups of people who at first glance may appear to be very different - the people of Jamaica and Ireland. The paper compares the two countries from a historical perspective of both being plantation economies, and examines the effects of psychological domination on the people as well as comparing the two countries today and the measures that each has taken to regain selfhood and nationhood.(AU)....
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