Asked by Ellie Cassidy on Jul 11, 2024

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The process by which a foreign power invades a territory and establishes enduring systems of exploitation and domination over that territory's indigenous populations is called what?

A) cultural appropriation
B) indigeneity
C) racism
D) colonization

Colonization

The act of establishing control over indigenous peoples and their lands by foreign powers or states, often involving settlement and exploitation.

Foreign Power

Typically refers to a country or an entity that has influence, control, or authority outside of its own borders.

  • Comprehend the impact that colonization has had on indigenous groups and the approaches taken by colonial regimes.
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Matthew Halstead

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Final Answer :
D
Explanation :
Colonization is the process by which a foreign power invades a territory and establishes enduring systems of exploitation and domination over that territory's indigenous populations. Cultural appropriation refers to the adoption of aspects of one culture by another, often in a disrespectful or inappropriate manner. Indigeneity refers to the relationship between a group of people and their ancestral lands, and racism is the systemic oppression and discrimination based on race.