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Unit 5 Global Interaction and Industrialization

Unit 5 Global Interaction and Industrialization

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  1. Unit 5 Global Interaction and Industrialization 1750-1914 CE Ch 29-33

  2. Issues of Periodization • Why begin with 1750? • Major revolutions occur after • Why end the period with 1914? • Begin WWI

  3. Idea #1: Imperialism and Territorial Expansion • 2nd Round of European Expansion • Formed thru conflict – 7 Years War, Napoleonic conflicts, India taken by Brits, “Sick Man of Europe” • 1884 Berlin Conference – Africa • Social Darwinism, White Man’s Burden • Nationalistic movements • Unification of Germany and Italy • “Manifest Destiny” in North America • Compare movements of China and Japan, Egypt and Italy, Pan Africanism and the Indian Congress Movement (in AP info)

  4. Big Idea #2: Ideology and Revolution • Enlightenment Ideas • Individual rights, natural rights, social contract, role of gov’t. • Results in revolution of status quo; why? • 1st Generation Revolutions • American and French • 2nd Generation Revolutions • Haitian, Latin American • AP into: France, Haiti, Mexico, China

  5. Democracy

  6. Big Idea #3: Industrialization and Global Capitalism • What is industrialization? • Turbine and steam engine • Why did it begin in Great Britain first? • Coal, iron, large labor force, capital • What is the factory system? • How did it spread? • Belgium then France and then to Russia and Japan

  7. Impact of Industrialization • How did it effect global trade? • Push for new resources- Brits need cotton • Oil, mining diamonds, • New markets for manufactured goods • Society and states • Increase power of ruling elites • State sponsored industrialization in Japan • public health • public education increased

  8. Industrialization Impact • Social transformation • Child labor outlawed; gender relations • Emancipation of serfs, slaves • New forms of labor systems • AP Info • Compare causes and early phases of industrialization b/t western Europe and Japan • Compare roles and conditions of elite women in Latin America w/western Europe before 1850 • Women's emancipation movements

  9. Big Idea #4: Global Migration • Causes • Political reasons • Population increases • Movement • rural to urban • unindustrialized to industrialized countries • USA in 19th Century • Results • Cultural diffusion; Chinatown, Little Italy • Assimilation and nativism reactions • Conflict b/t immigrants and indigenous peoples • US Indian Wars, Aborigines vs Australians, Hawaii vs US settlers

  10. Idea #4: Migration • AP information (point #3) • Demographic and environmental changes (migrations; end of Atlantic slave trade; new birthrate patterns; food supply; medicine)