Presentation on theme: "Day 96 Case Study Nigeria. Extra Credit/Make Up Work With a partner research the positive and negative effects of imperialism then there will be an oral."— Presentation transcript:
Extra Credit/Make Up Work With a partner research the positive and negative effects of imperialism then there will be an oral debate in class with a 1 minute opening statement 2 minute rebuttal, 1 minute closing and questions asked by the class at the end in which you will respond.
Types of Colonial Control Forms Characteristics Example Colony An area controlled by a foreign nation Australia Protectorate Country or territory has its own government, but under the control of another power British over the Niger River Sphere of Influence An outside power has exclusive political & economic control of an area China and Many European Nations Economic Imperialism Less developed nations controlled by private business United Fruit and Cuba
Management Methods Indirect ControlDirect Control Local officialsForeign Officials Limited Self RuleNo Self Rule Goal: To develop future Leaders (Paternalism) Goal: Assimilation Based on European Model with some local control Based only on European Model British and American Colonies German, French and Portuguese colonies
British in Nigeria 1807 Slave trade outlawed by Britain Berlin Conference Palm oil trade (Royal Niger Company) Diversity of Nigeria Recreating political boundaries
Resistance Algeria- 50 years France adopted a policy of assimilation then abandons it German East Africa- Maji Maji Only Success was Menelik II of Ethiopia playing sides
Impact +_ Reduced Local warfare Sanitation, hospitals, schools Infrastructure Business Lost Land Cash Crop led to famine Breakdown of culture Dividing the continent Paternalism
1)What is the main difference between a protectorate and a colony? 2)What is paternalism? 3)What European Nation tried and then abandoned there policy of assimilation? 4)What was unique about Menelik II from other 19 th century leaders in Africa? 5)What can be said about the African National boundaries in the 19 th century?