Chapter 13 Section 5

Chapter 13 Section 5 - -Schools built-Western medicine...

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Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 13 Section 5 I. New Economic Patterns a. Money Economy: -Heavy taxes on colonies -Mines built -Families disrupted to go off to work at mines b. Economic Dependency: -Britain ruined India’s textile industry -Mass produced goods -Local economies began to depend on foreign industrial powers -Local business suffered c. Modernization: -Colonial rule laid groundwork for modernization -Railroads built -Industry developed in some places -Modern equipment II. Cultural Impact a. Westernization: -Western conquerors forced others to westernize -Ideas, tech, and culture -‘Age of Imperialism’ -Modernization=westernization -Western superiority -Some areas escaped western influence -Misgivings about westernization and losing culture b. Schools and Hospitals: -Missionaries spread western culture
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Unformatted text preview: -Schools built-Western medicine benefits-Undermined local healers, however. c. Religion:-Christian faith spread-Regions where other religion was rooted, less converts d. Old and New Ways:-People battled between new culture and ancient traditions-Some saw new culture as threatening-Asia were proud of their old traditions Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory e. Impact on Western Culture:-Coffee, bananas, pineapples, rubber was introduced-Western people realized they could learn from the others-Some fashion came from other countries III. New Political Tensions-Global consequences-Western-educated could now resist imperialism-Tension among western nations for imperial power-Many almost wars-Then World War I and World War II...
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