• Chapter 5 Study Guide
    WHAP World History Period 5, “Industrialization and Global Integration; 1750 -1900.” Please prepare responses to these questions for classes on April 8th/9th according to the guidelines below. · Read the AP World History Curriculum Framework summary for this Unit. It will give you a great overview...
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  • Industrialization and Third World Development
    part of the 18th century, a new revolution gripped the world, a revolution that was not political nor social or cultural. It was a revolution that changed the ways by how the world operated and produced its goods. It also changed the societies from a mainly agricultural society to one that in which industry...
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  • America
    through widespread industrialization in the Western United States (approximate time period: 1865-1900.) I will talk about two major historical turning points in the period and analyze the impact of the two major historical turning points selected on America’s current society, economy, politics, and culture...
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  • modernization theory
    arguments. Modernization theory is a grand theory encompassing many different disciplines as it seeks to explain how society progresses, what variables affect that progress, and how societies can react to that progress. Modernization theory focuses specifically on a type of modernization thought to have...
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  • After the civil war
    be as strong as Europe, or other countries. Thus, the U.S. began to undergo a transformation from a mostly rural society to progressively urban, as new technologies brought rise to a new way of life. While transportation began to encompass more areas it became easier to buy and sell goods, as well as...
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  • China During Sun Yat-Sen and Mao Zedong
    government. Sun Yat-sen was educated in Honolulu, Hawaii at a young age and was impressed by the United States industry, government, and technology. When he was older he wrote ‘The Three Principles of the People’ which was his political ideology created as a plan to revolutionize China. His ideology...
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  • Research Paper
    Corey Dillard Period 4 Mr. Denney 2/4/13 Questions for Human Web 1) How did the scientific Revolution affect the religions across the world? a) By some of the greatest thinkers and scientist in the world looking at all the possibilities and realities they see around them they began to...
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  • Industrial Revolution
    How Did The Industrial Revolution Start? Before the 1800’s, most people were farmers and most goods were produced by hand. As a result of the Industrial Revolution, this situation gradually began to change. Machines replaced hand tools. New sources of power, such as steam replaced human and animal...
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  • Ap world review
    interpret this evidence? Where did humans first appear on Earth, and what were their society, technology, and culture? Describe earliest humans’ technology & tools What were the earliest humans’ religious beliefs and practices? How did the earliest humans’ society help them procure enough supplies...
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  • Second Industrial Revolution
    this brief paper, a description of two developments of industrialization that positively affected the United States and two developments that negatively affected the United States will be discussed. An analysis of whether or not industrialization was generally beneficial or detrimental to the lives of...
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  • essay 1
    Mobilization o Technology o Wars • During this period the interrelatedness was tightening o During the industrial revolution, communication increased, and because of technology, communication increased • Whether good or bad o It tightened when countries started to try import industry industrialization, but...
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  • World History Final Exam 2013
    Buddhist religious statues found in China are examples of what? Cultural Diffusion 3. The Code of Hammurabi illustrates the laws of Babylonian society were influenced by lex talionis and what? Social Class structure – social inequalities 4. What of the following contributed to the fall of both the...
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  • Essays
    faction began from a moral standpoint, but quickly transformed itself into a political one when it received so much attention. It was also spurred on to new heights when Uncle Toms Cabin, by Harriet Beecher Stowe, was published, which turned the norths attention to the conditions of slavery. The south saw...
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  • U.S. History Industrial Notes
    Page 1 How did industrialization and new technology affect the economy and society? SEVERAL FACTORS THAT LED TO INCREASED GROWTH DURING THE CIVIL WAR. THIS LAID THE GROUNDWORK FOR POSTWAR PROSPERITY 1. Factories used NEW TOOLS/METHODS TO MASS PRODUCE GOODS 2. Expantion of RAILROADS 3. government...
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  • A history of the world in 6 glasses summer assignment
    discussion of world history. Our purpose in reading the book is to get a sense of how civilizations and cultures develop and how numerous forces (political, technological, economic, social, religious, cultural, ecological) all affect even the most mundane aspects of people’s daily lives. Expectations for...
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  • effects of globlization
    globalization are quite complex. Globalization itself is a multifaceted phenomenon which can affect health care in various ways. Globalization in a general view is causing changes in nature of the society which can bring new possibilities, also risks. The effects of globalization in healthcare are creating a...
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  • Wgu Riwt Task1
    even in the U.S, the changes that its dynamic brought to the society were drastic and radically different of what people were used to until then. The work hours become longer; young children and their parents were working most of the time; new factories opened up and old villages now were the main workforce...
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  • Social Effects of Technology
    Introduction The interaction of technology and society may be the one thing more than any other that gives society a meaning and defines us a human beings. In recent years it has become popular to point fingers of accusation at technology as if it were "autonomous" and driving us all to perdition...
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  • Industrialization
    Industrialization: Proposed Lesson Plan for AP World History Grades 11-12 Rita Brunkow, Teacher Overview Industrialization is a global macro-change that started in the 18th century in Great Britain and continues today in developing states. Students will compare the 18th century industrial revolution...
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  • U.S. Economy in 1800s
    Lowell Machine Shop became a center for innovation not only in textile machinery but waterpower technology as well. It also trained a generation of industrial engineers that spread throughout the economy. Lowell attracted further international attention because of its labor system that employed young...
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