Distribution is the share and the result of distributing . East verb , meanwhile, refers to fragmenting or dividing something to distribute it . For example: “I think that the distribution of the tasks was not fair: they touched me the most difficult”, "The businessman decided to make a distribution of his belongings before moving to India, where he plans to develop a new life", “The distribution of assistance to flood victims is being carried out in an inefficient way”.
In addition to all of the above, we have to underline that sharing is a verb that derives from Latin, specifically from “distribuire” and that is composed of two clearly differentiated parts: the prefix “re-”, which can be translated as “repetition”, and the verb "partire", which is synonymous with "divide".
The concept of distribution is also used to name the document which records what has been distributed: "According to the distribution, each family received a plot of two hectares so that they can build their home and plant the land", "In the distribution the details of the funds are not clarified or how they have been distributed", “An audit would have to be carried out to confirm the information contained in the distribution”.
In the colonial era of America , there was what became known as distribution of Indians . It was a system of exploitation that forced the aboriginal Americans to work for the Spaniards in exchange for a minimum pay. The conquerors distributed Aboriginal labor among the owners of different mining and agricultural holdings, leaving the natives forced to obey their bosses. Once the work season was over, the aborigines were sent back to their reductions.
From the end of the 16th century to the beginning of the 19th century, the distribution of Indians was effective, which came to replace the commission established by the discoverer Christopher Columbus from the outset. It should be stressed that this system of forced use of what was the aboriginal workforce was based on three fundamental principles or maxims:
-Forced remuneration, based on the amounts established by the existing authorities.
-The weekly rotation.
-The coercion on the indigenous.
In countries like Guatemala or Mexico it was where this aforementioned distribution had greater development and use during the mentioned centuries. A system that established that they had to work forcefully on the tasks indicated to them by Aboriginal men who were between 16 and 60 years old.
When the abolition of this system of forced use of labor was really effective, it was in 1812, through the well-known Spanish Constitution of that year that it popularly received the name of La Pepa. A complete abolition of the same to which a series of nuances and issues were also added to ensure that not only this measure was made known in every corner where the distribution of Indians had been used but also to make it really effective.
In the Middle Ages Finally, the distribution was a process which consisted of distributing the homes of those villages reconquered by Christians among the soldiers who participated in the campaign.