Be able to identify and explain the historical significance of the following terms

Be able to identify and explain the

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Be able to identify and explain the historical significance of the following terms:

  • Forces of Change:

    • Industrialism

    • Communication

    • Democratic Ideals

    • Nationalism

  • Mexican Revolution

  • Pancho Villa

  • Porfirio Diaz

  • Sepoy Mutiny

  • Indian Nation Congress

  • Muslim League

  • Opium War

  • Boxer Rebellion

  • Taiping Rebellion

  • Spheres of Influence

  • Zulu War

  • Boer War

  • Berlin Conference

  • Colony

  • Enclosure Movement

  • Urbanization

  • Abolition of slavery

  • Chartism

  • Karl Marx’s Communism

  • Romanticism

  • Idealism

  • Also be able to answer and explain the following questions.

  1. Describe four reasons why Great Britain was able to industrialize before other countries. How were the colonies useful to industrialize countries?

  1. What impact did industrialization have on the size of cities? Why?

  2. How did the working class respond to harsh working conditions during the Industrial Revolution? [Think about Chartism, Labor Unions, Communism, Child Labor Reform, etc]

  1. Why were the Europeans interested in colonizing Africa? Explain at least three reasons.

  2. Describe the conditions on mining South Africa. Who worked in the mines? Who benefitted from them?

  1. How did imperialism affect South Africa in both the short-term and long-term?

  2. Why was it difficult for Mexico to industrialize after they won their independence? Who benefited from the industrialization in Mexico?

  3. Evaluate the positive and negative consequences of the United States’ relationship with Mexico.

  4. Why did China only experience a limited amount of industrialization? How did this impact their position as a world power?

  1. Compare and contrast nationalist movements in China and India, including the Boxer Rebellion and Taiping Rebellion, and Sepoy Mutiny.

  2. Evaluate the positive and negative consequences of British imperialism on India including the impact on the government, textile industry, infrastructure (railroads, road, dams, bridges, and irrigation canals), and education.

  3. How did the abolition of slavery contribute to the migrations of people in the 19th century?

  • Be able to explain and evaluate the forces of change in EACH case study nation!

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