A. In the space below identify and explain how changes in food production and improved medical conditions contributed to a significant rise in population in both urban and rural area. Food Production 1: Food Production 2: Medical 1: Medical 2: B. In the space below, identify and explain TWO examples of migrants who periodically or permanently returned to their home societies. Returning Migrant 1: Cause of Return: Returning Migrant 2: Cause of Return: II. Migrants relocated for a variety of reasons.
A. In the space below, identify and explain TWO types of workers who freely located. Worker Type 1: Worker Type 2:
B. For each of the form of coerced or semi-coerced type of labor listed, explain their usage in the new global capitalist economy during this period. Slavery Chinese indentured servitude Indian (India) indentured servitude Convict labor III. The large-scale nature of migration, especially in the 19 th century, produced a variety of consequences and reactions to the increasingly diverse societies on the part of migrants and the existing populations. A. Explain the impact that the migration of males had on home societies, in the context of women taking on new roles. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ B. In the space below, identify and explain ONE example of how migrants often created ethnic enclaves in different parts of the world that helped transplant their culture into new environments. Migrant People: Migrant Enclave Location(s): Examples of Cultural Diffusion: Based on your answer above, how did these new enclaves help create migrant support networks. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ C. In the space below, identify and explain TWO examples of how receiving societies did not always embrace immigrants, rather they attempted to regulate the increased flow of people across their borders with various degrees of ethnic and racial prejudice. Ethnic Migrant Receiving Country Ethnic/Racial Prejudice Policies
Key Vocabulary ● Enlightenment ● Scientific Revolution ● Enlightened Despots ● Simon Bolivar ● Napoleon Bonaparte ● Bourgeoisie ● East India Company ● Free Market ● Industrial Revolution ● Muhammad Ali ● Nationalism ● Nation-State ● Opium War ● Popular Sovereignty ● Republican Government ● Social Contract ● Charles Darwin ● Imperialism ● Limited-liability joint stock company ● Manifest Destiny ● Meiji Restoration ● Natural Selection ● Orientalism ● Raj ● Self-Strengthening Movement ● Anarchism ● Anglo-Boer War ● Boxer Uprising ● Liberalism ● Communism ● Socialism ● Pan Movements ● Popular Culture ● Syndicalism Key Dates ● 1756 to 1763 – Seven Years War ● 1776 – Declaration of Independence ● 1776 – Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations is published ● 1789 – French Revolution begins ● 1796 – Jenner’s smallpox vaccine ● 1804 – Haitian independence ● 1807 – British abolish Trans-Atlantic slave trade ● 1807 to 1808 – Janissary Revolt ● 1815 – Congress of Vienna ● 1820s – Independence in Latin America ● 1825 – Erie Canal opens ● 1839 – First Opium War in China ●
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