Lecture 2

Lecture 2 - HIEA 150 I) Imperialism is one of the widely...

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HIEA 150 I) Imperialism is one of the widely used term to talk about the phenomena of empire/colonialism a. One country dominating another through informal means a.i. Protective treaties a.ii. Military treaties b. Imperialism=unequal relationships b.i. Some have it better than others b.ii. One society/state controls another one by whatever means or whatever purpose b.ii.1. Formal colonial control b.ii.2. Informal colonial control c. Takes various different kinds of forms c.i. Korea= unequal treaties, protectorates Japan c.ii. 1910 Japan formally colonizes Korea II) Modernity a. “A paradoxical unity, a unity of disunity” (Berman) b. Diverse sources of changes in modern life: Material and experiential b.i. Discoveries in the physical sciences b.ii. Industrialization of production b.iii. Demographic upheaval b.iv. Urban growth b.v. Mass communication b.vi. Increasingly powerful nation-states b.vii. Popular social movements b.viii. Capitalist world market III) Structured Social order of Choson period (1392-1910) a. Dynasty of Yi family kings b. “scholar-bureaucrats” (yangban) wealthy landlords c. “Middle people” technicians (chung’in) d.
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