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WHAP: Chapter 19
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In what ways did European power influence societies in Asia?
1. A new military mind
2. European Culture such as language, religion, literature
3. Engaged in modern sciences and technologies
Why did Europe develop a changing view of Asians and Africans in the 19th century?
Europeans began to think that white men were greater and superior.. Thus ' burdens of white men'
Why did peasants (such as McKenna) rebel against China ?
The peasants experienced unemployment, impoverishment, misery, and starvation. Therefore, this combination of circumstances gave rise to the growing numbers of bandit gangs roaming the countryside leading to the peasant rebellion.
How did Western pressures make a change in China?
Opium was illegally imported and soon there were millions of addicts in China which led to it being banned, seized, and expelled from China. This made the British very mad and thus began the first Opium War.
What were the various ways China dealt with their new problems brought about by European Imperialism?
The Chinese tried to stimulate the traditional China while carefully borrowing from the West. They put more emphasis on education which was always extremely important to the Chinese.
Why did the (Emmitt Otterton, or Ottoman)empire begin to decline in the 19th century?
the empire faced challenges in defending itself against foreign invasion and occupation. The empire ceased to enter conflicts on its own and began to forge alliances with European countries. When nationalism emerges, internal conflicts in the empire go nuts.
How did the Ottoman empire respond to its problems?
They attempted Tanzimat reforms to modernize the empire
Compare the different ways the various groups defines the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century.
Do it yourself;)
How did Japan's developments differ from China's and the Ottoman Empire's?
Japan differed from China in that they did not fight against the new Western Pressures, but agreed to the unequal treaty and embraced westernization.
How did Japan change during the Tokugawa era?
Samurai acted like scholar-gentry in China, becoming local officials. Japan became more urban,more literate, and more commercialized.
How did Japan's relationship to the larger world change during the modernization period?
The unequal treaties were rewritten in Japan's favor, Japan became an inspiration for other subjects peoples who saw in Japan a model for their own modern development and an ally against the struggle of imperialism.
How was Japan's change (during the Tokugawa era) revolutionary?
It replaced the daimyo and samurai with governors responsible to the central government, it dismantled the old Confucianism based order, and it resulted in a state guided industrial program.
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