Students will analyze how and why regional industrialized nations were able to create global imperial empires by:
Revolutions and their Consequences 1750-1890
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Explaining how the need for raw materials, new markets, and cheap labor led to imperialism in Africa and Asia.
Examining the influence of European ideology, culture, and religious norms on the creation of new political relationships, national identities, and social systems on the peoples of Africa, India, and China.
Examining how warfare, technology, and/or diplomacy were employed by industrialized nations to establish and strengthen control over colonial possessions.
Analyzing how Social Darwinism and scientific racism were used to justify western imperialism throughout the non‐western world.
Explaining the impact of the Berlin Conference on the political geography of Africa.