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Introduction to Mass Communication:
Unlike those who migrated with a colonial goal and who returned to their home countries after the occupied countries became free and independent, the second category of nation-states described as “migratory nation-states” represent examples where people have permanently migrated. The original, original inhabitants who historically lived in those territories to which they the migrants who came were forced from their homes and their territories by violence and violence, and enormous most of the original population perished as a result of infectious diseases brought by the new migrants. Europe and because of the slaughter and killing resulting from the competition for control of land and resources.
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The original populations were eventually driven to their own limited reservations and cut down away from the newly arrived people who proceeded to build new political, social and economic systems. Most of these migrant nation-states have become some of the most developed successful examples of well-governed nation-states in terms of democracy, rule of law and economy progress (e.g. Canada, New Zealand, Australia, USA).
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In many of these countries – but not all – there have been wrongs committed against indigenous people asked for late compensation. Although, according to some, such “compensation” is still grossly inadequate and unable to right serious historical wrongs.
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For a moment, turn your eyes inward and see how much of your waking hours you spend in communication. Nearly 70% – writing, reading, speaking, & listening. As a college student, 69 percent of your communication time is spent on speaking and listening. You spend 17 percent of your communication time on reading and 14 percent on writing.