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How are the islanders way of life, cultural practices and religious belief describe?

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  • Réponse publiée par: Jelanny

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    Islanders are known to have a “LAID BACK” way of life. They are for the most part a contented group of people. This is describing those that live close to the EQUATOR. Their culture is simple with certain variations because of the distance.A

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  • Réponse publiée par: dorothy13

    As such, they're described as child-like and savage; given over to their base appetites of feasting, drunkeness, and lust; and easily awed by Spanish trinkets and arms. For the most part, they offer no resistance to evangelism. Magellan is depicted as magnanimous and brave, eager to uplift the natives from savagery by Christian baptism.

  • Réponse publiée par: enrica11

    Islanders are known to have a “LAID BACK” way of life. They are for the most part a contented group of people. This is describing those that live close to the EQUATOR. Their culture is simple with certain variations because of the distance. Originally they are mostly ANIMISTIC, putting spiritual soul on objects such as trees, animals, caves, rocks and many things found on their island. This practice allows them to live in harmony with nature since it is regarded with respect, very different from those who claim to be civilized, but continually promotes war and creates industries that ravage the environment for profit.

    Islanders are gradually changing because of modernization, many belong to different religions now and are able to travel. The simple life they knew, is continually being swallowed by globalization, just like the rest of the world.


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