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CSP-Q-08 CSP 50: Study Guide for Final Exam 10:00-11:30 am, Wednesday, May 7, 2008, Johnson 204 (Bluebooks Needed) PART I: Identification Questions (4 out of 6, 40%) 1. Boxer Rebellion Anti-foreign, anti-imperialist peasant based rebellion 1899-1901 Many foreigners and Chinese Christians killed Took a multi-national force of 20,000 troops to stop violence 2. Charlie Chan fictional Chinese-american detective Mmigrated to Hawaii Husband/father Impt because he was the only fictional asian-american character during the mid-20 th century that was portrayed in a non-negative way Comparable to Sherlock holmes Films, novels, radio, comics, games, spinoffs, etc 3. Confucian ethos and economic development Stressed the importance of education and community Education creates those who are capable of greater things, community creates more intellectual sharing of ideas Leads to economic development through innovations, exporting, and overall greater knowledge among citizenry 4. Containment vs. Engagement as in United States' China policy 5. “Downtown” Asians Refers to those who worked in blue collar/low-skilled areas Ex janitors, waiters, seamstresses, etc 6. Executive Order 9066 Issued by president Roosevelt in 1942 Ordered all Americans of Japanese descent into internment camps (10 in all) 120,000 people held Impt. because it showed the racism that had been going on for years in a way that nobody could deny 1
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CSP-Q-08 7. "Forbidden City, U.S.A." (film) 8. Fu Manchu Dr. Fu Manchu fictional character first featured in a series of novels by English author Sax Rohmer during the first half of the 20th century cinema, television, radio, comic strips, and comic books for over 90 years became an archetype of evil criminal genius inspired the Fu Manchu moustache important because unlike Charlie Chan, it negatively stereotyped Asians in the media 9. Glass Ceiling situation where advancement of a qualified person w/in the hierarchy of an organization is stopped at a lower level because of discrimination barrier by which top management positions can only be seen, but not reached, by Asian Americans Asian Americans experience this in all areas of their jobs Virtually no Asians are found in the top tier of the management sector 10. Gold Mountain Aka San Francisco/California First sign of America for Asians coming to America through Angel Island Name came from prospect for success and wealth in America Miners came to SF in 1848 during the gold rush 11. Hegemony as China's perception of the United States 12. Idealism vs. Realism in relation to American perception of China 2
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CSP-Q-08 13. Immigration Act of 1965 Opened way for second wave of Asian Immigration New immigrants included more people from cities and more professionals/educated peoples as opposed to earlier waves of rural immigrants
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