SPICE CHART 28.docx - Chapter 28 SPICE Chart Themes Europe and North America Middle East East Asia Social Gender Roles Family kinship Racial ethnic

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Chapter 28 SPICE ChartThemesEurope and North AmericaMiddle EastEast AsiaSocial:- Gender Roles- Family & kinship- Racial & ethnic constructions- Social and economic classesIndustrialized World• class distinctions began to fade middle class expanded, but working class didn't• women’s lives changed dramaticallymillions of women lost their fathers, husbands, sons, brothers,and fiancés in war or great influenza epidemic • women were give the right to vote in places like New Zealand, Norway, Germany, Canada, Russia, and Turkey• Women’s Christian TemperanceUnion campaigned against alcohol and taverns• Middle class families lived in single family homes • LA was the first true automobile city • Amelia Earhart was the first women to fly across Atlantic Ocean • Richard Byrd was the first to fly over North PoleNew Middle East• victors arrived at compromise solution called mandate system because no one can decide how to divide their German colonies and territories of ottoman empire Created a solution called mandate system• Class C Mandates were treated as colonies by conquerors • Class B Mandates were ruled the benefit of inhabitants under League of Nations supervision • Class A Mandates reached the state of development where their existence as independent nations can be recognized subject• Kemal tried to western ice traditional Turkish familywomen received civil equalityinstituted civil marriage and divorce • Urban and mercantile middle class encouraged westernizing idea • among a few educated elites China• China held on longer than Japan to their traditional social structure • population was the largest and grew very fast approximately 400 million in 1900 • society was divided into many groupslandowners lived off of rents of their tenants officials were chosen through examination system• Shanghai was famous for wealthy foreigners, opium addicts, prostitutes, and gangsters Japan• population reached 60 million in 1925increased a million each year • economic growth caused social tension mobos and mogas danced together, wore short skirts and
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• Charles Lindbergh was the firstto fly alone across Atlantic were a few women as teachers ornurses •Women received equality, vote, marriage and divorce.
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