Stemming from miscegenation a continuum of colour exists in Caribbean societies. The sources of the stratification the Caribbean include race, age, ethnicity, gender, sex. In the Caribbean soil erosion is very prevalent in areas such as the Christiana and Yallahs Valleys in Jamaica, Scotland District in Barbados and slopes of the Northern Range inTrinidad. The guest are picked up at the airport and spend most of their time within the bounds of the hotel which has a beautiful bridge of its own. They eat both American food apple pie, hamburger as well as their ethnic food. In all these territories, food types are somewhat different as a result of racial mix and colonial experience.
Recently there have been eruptions in St Vincent and Montserrat. The English brought the making of buns, cheese, the use of ham, bacon, sausages, some wines, ale, stout and beer. Also the concept of godparents still exists though not as popular. Lucian folks probably have more in common linguistically with French. As a result, cultural traits and patterns tend to spread from the society in which they originated. Coral ReefsA coral reef is a large strip of wave resistant coral rocks built up by carbonate organisms. There are two chief kinds of population studies,demography and human ecology.
Througheducation members of society can get access to elitist social clubs as well as professionalclubs. There are many evidences of volcanic activities in the region. Soils on limestone rock lack depth and are mostly infertile. These eruptions have caused much damage to surrounding settlements. These include their 'discovery' by Columbus and the later arrival of the French and English, the destruction of their aboriginal societies, slavery, indentureship and then the straggle for independence.
The rest of the one British W. With the exception of Cuba, all the continental islands of the Greater Antilles are mountainous. The Tamos brought cassava, corn, possibly pineapple and sweet potato, various beans and. There is no obvious or necessary connection between a symbol and what it stands for. The Spanish speaking territories have tended to embrace Roman Catholicism while in the British dominated territories the Church of England Anglican and to a lesser extent Methodists have had influence. There are people who admit to doing. Labour Day and work day projects are still features of the region particularly where there is strong African heritage.
This would mean that the Greater and Lesser Antilles, the Cayman Islands and the islands of the Netherland Antilles all belong to the Caribbean. L still hold to the British traditional form of government, based on the Westrninster. Thisreduces runoff and helps to maintain soil moisture. Lucia, Guadeloupe, Dominica, MartiniqueLeeward islands: Antigua and Barbuda, St. Outline one of these conflicts.
The maximum mark for this examination is 150. The Caribbean region is part of the belt of volcanic activity in the world. Some governments in ethnically diverse countries also try to give each group national prominence so their traditional folk ways and practices may be celebrated nationally. It can occur in areas that normally enjoy adequate rainfall and moisture levels. Despite theseattempts, many different African cultural forms have survived. They also, introduced escoveitch fish. From South America Venezuela and Guianas the Kalinagos and Tainos moved northwards through the Lesser Antilles.
Most of the Caribbean mountain ranges are joined to those of Central America. This stratification is concerned with the attitudes and behaviour we associate with age and to the different roles and statuses we assign to people depending upon their ages. Children take on the culture in which they are raised through enculturation. Lucia differ as a group from certain other territories by their continuing affiliation to Catholic tradition — a pattern laid. These differences havecreated a false value system among Jamaicans.
Every society has certain common problems to dealwith and the solutions to them are culturally determined; they vary from society to society. Define what is meant by communication 2 Marks b. The lands of the Caribbean are said to be formed from earth movements called Plate Tectonics. Each society has a social structure - that is a network ofinterrelationships among individuals and groups. As part of the new pattern, attitudes about marriage, family and children also changed. They used their skills to advance economically.