Like Christopher Columbus, who many still assume was a Spaniard, the Hispanicization
of Pastene's name to Juan Bautista muddled the fact that he was another Genoese that helped shape the history of the New Continent.
The degree of Hispanicization
could be a measure of the tension in relations.
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Although he is the only non-Spanish member of the guerilla band, his Hispanicization
far exceeds that of the other foreigners participating in the war, as evidenced by his purported fluency in the Spanish language and his knowledge of Spain's geography and customs (a trait he shares with Jake Barnes).
In the case of sixteenth-century Japan, for every Alonzo Sanchez who can only see Spanish conquest and Hispanicization
as the way forward for the mission, there is a (more influential Valignano, who regards that as anathema and promotes the indigenization of the Church.
Likewise, Vargas Llosa labels the Andean barbaric, leaving Hispanicization
as the only option for the indigenous cultures of Peru.
He focuses on the dual dynamics of the Americanization of Hispanics and the Hispanicization
of the Americans.
The main argument put forward to justify this new system in the EU countries refers to the Eur opean construction process and to the "security deficit" that the free movement of people inside the union may provoke, whereas in the United States, behind the rhetoric of maintaining the sovereignty of the state and protecting the borders, the argument brought forward is the fear of a slow but steady Hispanicization
of the society.
Evidently, at least in the beginning, the indigenous nobility resisted complete Hispanicization
and found ways to protect secondary wives and their children from total divestiture; after all, the noblemen themselves had much to lose -- politically, economically, and sexually -- from the new monogamous arrangements.
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Equally important in the Hispanicization
of the other, however, was the imposition of religious homogeneity.