Quantifying the Colonized/Colonist Relationship: Suicide as a Comparative Measure of Stress in Gibraltar1

@article{Sawchuk2004QuantifyingTC,
  title={Quantifying the Colonized/Colonist Relationship: Suicide as a Comparative Measure of Stress in Gibraltar1},
  author={L. Sawchuk and Janet Padiak and John F. H. Purcell},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2004},
  volume={45},
  pages={118 - 124}
}
Twentieth-century work in colonial theory emphatically rejected the 19th-century linear model of colonialism as a process in which societies were subjected to a “civilizing” influence by the “superior” European culture. The first replacement models arose with decolonization and were often driven by the experiences of the colonized themselves (for example, Memmi 1969, Cabral 1979, Fanon 1985 (1952), and, for an overview, Young 2001). These models characterized colonialism as a bipolar… Expand

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