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Denne's Chapter 25

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The belief that race determines a person’s traits and capabilities Racism
Native to a region Indigenous
Colonial government in which local elites are removed from power and replaced by a new set of officials brought from the colonizing country Direct Rule
A colonial government in which local rulers are allowed to maintain their positions of authority and status Indirect Rule
A political unit that depends on another government for its protection Protectorate
To make use of unfairly for one’s own advantage Exploit
To send a product or service for sale to another country Export
To incorporate into an existing political unit, such as a city or country Annex
A governor who ruled as a representative of a monarch Viceroy
An Indian soldier hired by the British East India Company to protect the Company's interests in the region Sepoy
The extension of a nation’s power over other lands Imperialism
Not mapped, unknown uncharted
Involving the general public or civic affairs civil
A sociological, economic, or political subdivision of society sector
The diplomacy that seeks to strengthen the power of a country or effect its purposes in foreign relations by the use of its financial resources dollar diplomacy
The working class Proletariat
The middle class, including merchants, industrialists, and professional people Bourgeoisie
A movement in which writers and artists between 1870 and 1914 rebelled against the traditional literary and artistic styles that had dominated european cultural life since the Renaissance Modernism
An internal movement originally for the establishment of a Jewish national homeland in Palestine and later for the support of modern Israel Zionism
The movement for women’s rights Feminism
Production of goods in quantity usually by machinery Mass Production
A Marxist who rejected the revolutionary approach, believing instead in evolution by democratic means to achieve the goal of socialism Revisionist
A method by which a therapist and patient probe deeply into the patient’s memory; by making the patient’s conscious mind aware of repressed thoughts, healing can take place Psychoanalysis
The right to vote. suffrage
Theory used by western nations in the late nineteenth century to justify their dominance; it was based on Charles Darwin’s theory of natural selection, “ the survival of the fittest,” and applied to modern human activities Social Darwinsim
The most important figures in the uprising in 1857 in India were disgruntled sepoy troops.
Between 1859 and 1893, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos all fell under the control of France
The Berlin Conference devised the ground rules for the European colonization of Africa.
Old imperialism was different than new imperialism because old imperialism was about setting up trading companies.
The 2 European countries that had the largest colonial empires were Great Britain and France.
Which Asian country was growing in the 19th century? Japan
Which of the following was an effect of British domination? The Indians became interested in their own culture.
What role did Emiliano Zapata play in the Mexican Revolution? He led the call for agrarian reform.
What did Western nations hope to gain by establishing new colonies after 1880? Raw material for their industrial and markets to sell their products.
Citizens of the colonies probably preferred indirect rule over direct rule because there would be be fewer changes to their way of life
Europeans were interested in West Africa especially for its raw materials.
What is one important reason that European nations met at the Berlin Conference? Europeans countries wanted to settle conflicting claims for lands in Africa.
Which segment of Latin American society grew as a result of the new prosperity? Middle sectors
The call for agrarian reform in Mexico led to redistribution of land.
The United States used dollar diplomacy to expand its economic influence in Latin America.
Which of the following benefited from Diaz’s dictatorial reign in Mexico? Foreign capitalists
European nations began to search for new overseas colonies after 1880 to obtain raw materials for their industries and open new markets for their products.
The colonial takeover of Southeast Asia began with the rivalry between which two nations? France and Britain
One reason the Great Rebellion did not succeed was that Hindus and Muslims could not work together.
What was the immediate goals of the Indian National Congress? A share in the governing progress of India.
Under the reign of Porfirio Diaz, a few wealthy families owned most of the land.
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