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Imperialism. LOOKING BACK – Review A)What is required for a nation to industrialize? B) What is the incentive for a nation to industrialize? 1) Factors.

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1 Imperialism

2 LOOKING BACK – Review A)What is required for a nation to industrialize? B) What is the incentive for a nation to industrialize? 1) Factors of Production -Land -Labor -Capital -Entrepreneurs 2)Political Stability 3)Transportation Network 4)Trading Markets 1)Wealth 2)Power & Nationalism 3)Spreading of Culture Ms. Ramos

3 Industrial Revolution The age of increased out-put of machine made goods. - Agricultural Revolution - Increase demand for goods - Inventions ENGLAND U.S.A. JAPAN GERMANY Ms. Ramos

4 IMPERIALISM The policy of setting up colonies & building up empires by dominating another nation politically, economically, & socially -Nationalism -Economic -Racism -Missionary Impulse England Italy France Germany U.S.A Portugal Belgium Ms. Ramos

5 By 1914 the continent of Africa was almost entirely controlled by European imperial powers. These powers looked to control the economy, society, and government of the conquered peoples. How were European powers able to gain control of most of Africa? Ms. Ramos

6 What is Imperialism? The policy of setting up colonies & building up empires. Countries look to extract resources & spread their culture. Imperial nations convinced themselves that what they were doing was positive for everyone involved. Ms. Ramos

7 Main Idea – Technological superiority allowed European nations to dominate non-developed areas and establish global empires. Ms. Ramos

8 Good? or Evil? Ms. Ramos

9 Why did it start? Nationalism Economic Religion Ms. Ramos

10 Why did it start? Economic: Industrial Revolution Increased need for Resources Nations did not have enough resources in their own country Forces to look elsewhere for resources Nations competed for colonies Industrial Nations produced so many goods that they needed new markets Ms. Ramos

11 Why did it start? Nationalism Extreme pride in their country led them to want more power More colonies = More Power Industrial Nations competed for colonies Ms. Ramos

12 Why did it start? Religion Do good by spreading their teachings Christianity Spreads = Africa, India, & Asia Humanitarian aspect Ms. Ramos

13 Why did it start? Racism: White Man’s Burden Westerners felt it was their duty to “civilize” the “backwards” people of the world Westerners viewed anyone with different religion & life as “backwards” Superior & right to claim lands Ms. Ramos

14 Why did it start? Nationalism Industrial Revolution Religion Ms. Ramos

15 Forms of Imperial Rule Colonies:Colonies: country governed internally by foreign pwr Protectorate:Protectorate: country w/own gov, but under control of outside pwr Ms. Ramos

16 Sphere of Influence:Sphere of Influence: outside pwr claims trade privileges Economic Imperialism:Economic Imperialism: independent less developed controlled by business interests Ms. Ramos

17 Industrial Powers race to colonies

18 Discovery Education. "EUROPEAN IMPERIALISM IN AFRICA.“ Discovery Education: Ms. Ramos

19 Forms of Imperialis m CharacteristicsExample ColonySomaliland in E Africa was French colony Protectora te UK est protectorate over Niger River delta Sphere of Influence Liberia – sphere of U.S. Economic Imperialis m Dole Fruit Co control pineapple trade in Hawaii Ms. Ramos

20 Forms of Imperialis m CharacteristicsExample Colonycountry governed internally by foreign pwr Somaliland in E Africa was French colony Protectora te country w/own gov, but under control of outside pwr UK est protectorate over Niger River delta Sphere of Influence outside pwr claims trade privileges Liberia – sphere of U.S. Economic Imperialis m independent less developed controlled by business interests Dole Fruit Co control pineapple trade in Hawaii Ms. Ramos

21 Management Methods Indirect Control Direct Control *__ gov officials were used *Limited _____- ______ *Goal: to develop ___ ___ *Gov institutions based on _____ styles but may have _______ rule *____ officials rule *No _____-_____ *Goal: ____________ *Gov institutions based only on _______ styles Examples: UK colonies:Nigeria, India, Burma US colonies: Pacific IslandsExamples: France: Somaliland, Vietnam German: Tanganyika Portugal: Angola Ms. Ramos

22 Management Methods Indirect Control Direct Control *Local gov officials were used *Limited self- rule *Goal: to develop future leaders *Gov institutions based on Euro styles but may have _local rule *Foreign officials rule *No self-rule *Goal: assimilation *Gov institutions based only on _Euro styles Examples: UK colonies:Nigeria, India, Burma US colonies: Pacific IslandsExamples: France: Somaliland, Vietnam German: Tanganyika Portugal: Angola Ms. Ramos

23 Unless otherwise noted, all images came from ppt-presentationUnless otherwise noted, all images came from ppt-presentation Ms. Ramos


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