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Unformatted text preview: HISTORY 7B FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE WINTER 2008 PROFESSOR SHAH FRIDAY MARCH 21 st 8 am-11 am THE FINAL IS BASED ON THE KEY CONCEPTS AND HISTORICAL DATA IN LECTURE FROM WEEKS 6-10 THE EXAM WILL NOT TEST YOU ON SPECIFIC READINGS The final exam has a maximum of 205 points available. The exam will be graded on a 200 point scale I. Identify and Explain: 15 questions (each question is worth 7 points = 105 points overall II. Short Answer. 10 questions in 3-4 complete sentences. [each question is worth 10 points X 10 = 200 points overall] Week 6 Nationalisms – Romantic, Cultural, Liberal, Racial Romantic Nationalism : Culturally distinctive people tied to the genius of place Cultural Nationalism : Sense of belonging through shared language, literature, Cultures and arts Liberal Nationalism : Constitutional, representative institutions; democratic sovereignty possessed by a people, not a monarch state. Racial Nationalism : Justification of racialized group to monopolize sovereignty and subordinate other races with in the nations territory. Kuomintang – Sun Yat Sen, Chiang Kai Shek Kuomintang : Chinese Nationalist Party led by Sun Yat Sen. Essential to buffering the notion that the Chinese were Communists. Sun Yat Sen : Leader of the Kuomintang. Inaugurated first president in 1912. Involved in the overthrow of the Chinese imperialist system. Chinese Nationalism. In exile from 1895-1911. Chiang Kai Shek : Chinese Nationalism. Takes over after death of Sun Yet Sen in 1925. Defeats warlords. Flees for Taiwans after Communist take over. May 4, 1919 : Mass demonstrations in Shanghai and Beijing- ideas of democracy and freedom from foreign powers. March 1, 1919 : Mass protests of the Treaty of Versailles against the arrogance of Europe and Japan in dividing up Asia. Link to Nationalism. Declaration of Korean independence, est. 1 mill marchers in Seoul. Protests brutally repressed by Japan and continue through December. Friendship Society --Ahn Chang Ho : Part of the anti-colonial struggle Korean National Brigade -- Park Yong-man: Anti-Colonialism/Nationalism. Competing strategy with Rhee. Park wanted military help to remove Japanese from Korea. Comrade Society/ Korean Christian Church -- Sygman Rhee: Rhee wanted a strategy that used diplomacy and education to remove the Japanese for Korea. Indian National Congress --- Gandhi Ghadar Party -- Har Dayal & Taraknath Das: Anti-Colonialism/Nationalism. Freeing India from British Colonial rule. Moved from India to Japan to US west coast. Military overthrow necessary but Indian nationals should support the work of Ghandi. Transnationalism Korean Liberty Convention Philadelphia 1919 Korean Women’s Relief Society Stereotypes:...
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