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International Journal of Research in Social Sciences
Year : 2020, Volume : 10, Issue : 8
First page : ( 151) Last page : ( 162)
Online ISSN : 2249-2496.

Decolonization in History

Tiwari Jyoti

Online published on 10 December, 2021.

Abstract

The essay written here tries to provide answers to three different questions on the decolonization in history namely the concept of decolonization, its effects on the colonized population, its effects on colonizers, and its aftermaths. This paper will analyze the relationship between independence and post-colonialism with the help of a complex study of decolonization, colonization, imperialism, and postcolonialism. The first part of this essay will define these terms with some examples. The paper will try to establish the relationship between independence and post-colonialism with the help of the views of various scholars like Prasenjit Duara, Albert Memmi, and Ania Loomba. In the second part of this article, the paper will take the case study of Zimbabwe including the album cover of Bob Marley's “survival” and the song “ZIMBABWE”. By it, the paper will try to trace the process of decolonization and its phases in Zimbabwe. In the process of writing this essay, we will determine the various positive and negative impacts of the process of decolonization on society and the country as a whole. And in the end, the paper will also try to work out on the question of whether decolonization is necessary for development? The article here is grouped into three headings: Relationship between Independence and Post Colonialism; a case study of one country to establish the process of decolonization and the concluding one in which analysis and critique of the process is done.

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Keywords

Decolonization, Post-Colonialism, Independence, Zimbabwe, Colonizers, Historical Development, Political movement, People, Process.

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