. This is not a requirement, but good review for the tests would be to outline or actually practice writing on these prompts. You should give yourself 5 minutes for outlining and 35 minutes to write.
← Compare and Contrast the differing responses of China and Japan to western penetration during...
; Latin American 1820; Mehmet Ali in Egypt 1822; Mexico 1911, Russia 1905; Taiping Rebellion 1850; China 1911; or Iran 1910.
C. Compare and contrast the reactions and responses of any two of these states to Western influence and imperialism: China, Japan, Ottoman Empire, and India.
impact of Westernimperialism on TWO of the following regions:
9. Compare and contrast the cultural and political reactions to Westernimperialism in TWO of the following regions:
10. Compare the causes...
US between 1954-1974?
← Compare and contrast democracy in Japan after 1945 and Australia between 1965-1975
← “Democratic states have allowed pressure groups to have too much influence on their policies.” To what extent do you agree with this statement?
← For what reason and with...
What were the benefits and limitations to British rule in India?
Compare and contrast the rise of nationalism in China, Korea, India and Southeast Asia,
up to 1945.
Outline of Major Ideas from Unit 6 (40-45% of the test will cover this unit): ● Oral History...
trading rights in a particular areas. Hindering the Qing government powerless
Taiping Rebellion (1850-1864)
2. Compare and contrast the development of China and Japan from 1750 to 1900.
Notes Sections (April 1, maybe feb 28 and mar 2)
1. After treaty of Nanking in 1842, china is...
Transformation of Japan. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1994.
Spence, Jonathan D. The Search for Modern China. New York: W.W. Norton, 1990.
Compare the nineteenth-century industrialization of Western Europe with that of Russia.
State and justify your...
Culture played a significant role in unifying states
6. Compare and contrast the use of monumental architecture, arts, record keeping, legal codes, religious beliefs, long distance trade and literature. (Egypt, Mesopotamia, India, China, the Americas...
India, China, or any African countries experienced from the Western powers. As well, Japan experienced different struggles and results than the West because of the differing fundamental strategies and practises. Japan's drive to empire appears to be not a consequence of rational planning designed...
1400 to 1500 C.E.
a. Western Europe
c. Middle East
2. Compare the political state structure of two of the following fifteenth-century empires.
a. Ottoman Empire
b. Aztec Empire
c. Inca Empire
d. Spanish Empire
e. Ming Dynasty Empire
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1. Analyze the...
an erosion of the
cultural differences that impeded the adoption of a western outlook stressing
efficiency through capitalist property rights and the legal protection of capital
By adopting a western approach, Japan, and later Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and
South Korea had moved...
change from Charlemagne through the 18th century CE?
C. Compare and contrast European absolutism with governmental policies under one of these states: (1) Tsarist Russia; (2) Ottoman Empire; (3) Mughal India; (4) Safavid Persia; or (5) Ming China.
D. Compare and contrast the Reformation with...
significant was the impact of Western intervention for China?
3 What was the nature and impact of 19th-century imperialism in India?
Focus Points • • • • What was the nature of British rule before 1857? Why did rebellion against British rule occur in 1857 and why did it fail? , How much were British...
. Asian Movements
India – INC, Gandhi’s tolerance and nonviolence, 1937 India Act; split between Hindus and Muslims
China – 1912 Republic with Sun Yatsen; civil war between GMD and CCP
Japan – militarization; invasion of Manchuria
II. Africa Under Colonial Domination
Africans forced to be involved...
Compare and Contrast the historical processes in the rise and consolidation of 2 of the following classical empires
- Han China - Imperial Rome -Mauryan/Gupta India
There were many similarities and differences in the historical processes of Han China and Mauryan/Gupta India...
European conflicts carried to the colonies
Christian missionary efforts
Spheres of influence in China
East India Company’s domination of Indian states
American opening of Japan to trade – Matthew Perry uses gunboat diplomacy
Responses of colonized peoples
• Suez Canal
• East India Company’s domination of Indian states
• American opening of Japan to trade
Summarize the following responses of colonized peoples:
• Armed conflicts (e.g., events leading to the Boxer Rebellion in China)
• Rise of nationalism (e.g., first Indian nationalist party...
Imperialism would be filled with meek acceptance, opposition, rebellions, and eventual violence.
As WesternImperialism penetrated the Asian countries of China, India, and Japan their responses were both similar and vastly different. India initially succumbed with a seemingly meek style while China...
• Compare reaction to foreign domination in: the Ottoman Empire, China, India, and Japan
• Comparative nationalism
• Compare forms of western intervention in Latin America and in Africa
• Compare the roles and conditions of women in the upper/middle classes with peasantry/working...
-periphery – location of world’s newly industrialised countries (e.g. China, India, BRICs, Asian Tigers)
Periphery – Bangladesh, Kenya, Mali etc.
World System Theory
Capitalism has arisen from a small number of isolated and independent regions that formed relationships (the core), thus creating...