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Unit4-EmpireBuilding

Industrialization-Imperialism

TermDefinition
Agriculture Revolution Improved agricultural methods like the reaper, iron plow, etc. increased food supplies, which lead to population increases.
Industrial Revolution Began in Great Britain in the late 1700s and later in other countries; hand tools were replaced with power-driven machines in factories; leads to urbanization
Urbanization the process by which cities grow and societies become more city-like
Resource the collective wealth of a country or its means of producing wealth (collection of goods)
Economy the management of resources
trade the act or process of buying, selling, or exchanging goods
Nation land and people under control of a single ruler or government; a country
Nationalism love and loyalty for one's nation or people
Unification the forming of one nation from two or more
Oppression the exercise of authority or power in a cruel or unjust manner
Racism the belief that one race is superior to another
Labor Union organizations formed by groups of workers to protest working conditions
Imperialism Europeans viewed other lands as an opportunity to expand their empires; Lands such as Africa, Asia, and Latin America were viewed as a source for human and material resources
Created by: burneta3