Imperialism Amp PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
Evaluating continuity and change. AFRICA . 1850. AFRICA. 1900. Definition of Imperialism:. The domination by one country of the political . (government & laws). , . economic . (wealth, trade, resources), .
List reasons for Imperialism. 1823, Monroe Doctrine. “Our policy in regard to Europe… is not to interfere in the internal concerns of any of its powers… But in regard to those continents (of the Western Hemisphere), circumstances are eminently and conspicuously different. It is impossible that the allied (European) powers should extend their political system to any portion of either continent without endangering our peace and happiness.” .
Empire & Aftermath. October 2016. Empires in History. Large . territories that control millions of people, . and have . common internal characteristics: management of diverse peoples to exploit resources; communication and transport systems organised to serve the priorities of the imperial centre (metropolis); an imperial project that imposed unity throughout the .
Admit Slip. You are a factory owner in Britain during the 1800’s (during the Industrial Revolution). Your factory is in charge of manufacturing desks, doors, tables, and chairs (anything made of wood). Sales have recently declined due to a decrease in the amount of raw materials (lumber) used to make the finished products. In addition to the shortage of lumber, a shortage of coal (natural resources) in your region has caused your business to cut back production as well..
Please get out your worksheet from yesterday about the motivations for Imperialism. . Pop Quiz for Candy!. What . are the 3 . economic things . Europe wanted to get out of . imperialism? . What ideology was used as a motivation for imperialism?.
10.4.1: Describe the rise of industrial economies and their link to imperialism and colonialism (e.g., the role played by national security and strategic advantage; moral issues raised by the search for national hegemony, Social Darwinism, and the missionary impulse; material issues such as land, resources, and technology..
Evaluating the positive and negative impacts of New Imperialism 1750-1900. Kipling, a former captain in the British army served in India and identified that it was his duty to Christianize, commercialize and civilize what he called “ Half devil” (not yet Christian) and half child (not yet civilized)” .
Chapter 9 – To what extent was imperialism a beneficial force?. 2.8 explore the relationship between historical globalization and imperialism. Chapter Nine: Historical Globalization and Imperialism.
, 2017. The Age of Discovery, for many European countries, was an extremely exciting moment as new lands were being discovered which brought forth new riches of wealth of European nations. .. Gold, fish, silver, cotton, beaver pelts, are a few examples of the resources European nations came across with the discovery of these new lands. .
Overseas . merchantilism. Development of profitable trade with non-Western regions. Establishment of coastal trading posts in the non-European world. The imposition by Europeans of their social, economic, and political systems upon non-Europeans .