SPICE CHART 31.doc - SPICE CHART 31 Themes Social Development and transformation of social structures-Gender roles and relations-Family and

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SPICE CHART 31 Themes Social: Development and transformation of social structures -Gender roles and relations -Family and kinship -Racial and ethnic constructions -Social and economic classes Cold War All classes received aid from the government who helped improve their living standards. (Grants) Slave class existed in the Soviet Union Classes in the U.S. were more beneficial there than the Soviet Union states who were strict and didn’t focus on support of needy. Decolonization and Nation Building Foreigners (Algeria to France) were offered low-life jobs more than high status jobs. Africa improved medical cares to all classes Society was based on racial segregation A Bipolar World In Japan, women were able to continue to increase a high status by having them vote. China focused on a strong peasantry Political: State-building, expansion, and conflict -Political structures and forms of governance -Empires -Nation and nationalism -Revolts and revolutions -Regional, trans-regional, and global structures/organizations Cold War- “iron curtain”, state of political tension and military rivalry between the U.S. and its allies and the Soviet Union and its allies. - wasn’t a direct war, based on the worried spread of communism spread by the Soviet Union by the U.S. Established United Nations similar to League of Nations made up of the General Assembly and the Security council (nations). - Operated by majority vote - Specialized in worldwide internal conflicts (such as food and agriculture organization) - Able to aid however though other nations (soviet Union resisted) Government were selfless in Western Europe as it prospered while in the Soviet Union, everything was viewed as collective property, relied on bureaucracies agencies as government instead. Occurrence of the Korean War resulting to a North and South Korea over independence and communism Vietnam spilt into North and South, North supported by the U.S. to resist and stop communism (peace treaty was established by soon violated) - U.S. social reforms and civil rights providing an anti war movement. Decolonization and Nation Building Independent Muslim Pakistan defended itself with religion and fell to
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military leaders while in independent India was lead by a Prime minister with educated and industrial resources.
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