17.What was the driving force for urbanization in the Tang and Song dynasties?
24. In 1000, Western Europe was more economically developed than A.ChinaB. India C.the Islamic worldD.none of the above
33. Which of the following had the greatest manufacturing capacity during the time period 1000-1450?
3. In India c. 500-1000, and later in Southeast Asia, what proved to be the most effective at achieving conversions from Hinduism to Islam?
A.The powerful writings of Harud al Rashid.“The term southernizationis used here to refer to a multifaceted process that began in Southern Asia and spread from there to various other places around the globe. The term is meant to be analogous to westernization. Westernization refers to certain developments that first occurred in western Europe. Those developments changed Europe and eventually spread to other places and changed them as well. In the same way, Southernization changed SouthernAsia and later spread to other areas, which then underwent a process of change.” Lynda Shaffer in Southernization1994In which of the following statements is the author in the greatest agreement with Shaffer’s statement above?