NI 11 Misc Imperialism

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NI 11 Misc Imperialism

  1. 1. MISC. IMPERIALISM• Forms of Imperialismb) Management Methods
  2. 2. Forms of Imperialism1) What are the four types of Imperialism? ? ? ? ?
  3. 3. Forms of Imperialism1) What are the four types of Imperialism? Colony? Protectorate?Sphere of Influence? Economic Imper Guessing Game
  4. 4. Colony
  5. 5. ColonyA country or a region governed internally by a foreign power. Back
  6. 6. Protectorate
  7. 7. ProtectorateA country or territory with its own internal government but under the control of an outside power Back
  8. 8. Sphere of Influence Back
  9. 9. Sphere of Influence An area in which an outside power claims exclusive investment or trading privileges.USA has a Sphere of Influence over the Western Hemisphere. Brazil has a Sphere of Influence over South America. Back
  10. 10. Economic Imperialism
  11. 11. Economic ImperialismIndependent but less developed nations controlled by private business interests rather than by other governments. Guessing Game Back
  12. 12. Forms of ImperialismGet ready to guess the form ofImperialism for each example Colony? Protectorate? Sphere of Influence? Economic Imper Old TV Version New Projector Version
  13. 13. 1) FORM OF IMPERIALISMSouth America views the USA as a big brother to the North. The US claims tohave exclusive rights to South America.Europeans are told to keep out of the biz of Western Hemisphere.a)Colonyb)Protectoratec)Sphere Of Influenced)Economic Imperialism
  14. 14. 1) FORM OF IMPERIALISMSouth America views the USA as a big brother to the North. The US claims tohave exclusive rights to South America.Europeans are told to keep out of the biz of Western Hemisphere.• Colony• Protectorate• Sphere Of Influence• Economic Imperialism
  15. 15. 2) FORM OF IMPERIALISMBefore the original 13 States, the east coast of North America was ruled by King George III from Great Britain some 3,000 miles away.a)Colonyb)Protectoratec)Sphere Of Influenced)Economic Imperialism
  16. 16. 2) FORM OF IMPERIALISMBefore the original 13 States, the east coast of North America was ruled by King George III from Great Britain some 3,000 miles away.• Colony• Protectorate• Sphere Of Influence• Economic Imperialism
  17. 17. 3) FORM OF IMPERIALISMThe British government would come to the aid of the Nigeria govt if any other govt or group disturbed activity of the Niger River Delta. a)Colony b)Protectorate c)Sphere Of Influence d)Economic Imperialism
  18. 18. 3) FORM OF IMPERIALISMThe British government would come to the aid of the Nigeria govt if any other govt or group disturbed activity of the Niger River Delta. • Colony • Protectorate • Sphere Of Influence • Economic Imperialism
  19. 19. 4) FORM OF IMPERIALISM Dole Fruit company controlled pineapple trade in Hawaiia)Colonyb)Protectoratec)Sphere Of Influenced)Economic Imperialism
  20. 20. 4) FORM OF IMPERIALISM Dole Fruit company controlled pineapple trade in Hawaii• Colony• Protectorate• Sphere Of Influence• Economic Imperialism
  21. 21. 5) FORM OF IMPERIALISMKorea must think about how China will react to anything Korea does before doing something.a)Colonyb)Protectoratec)Sphere Of Influenced)Economic Imperialism
  22. 22. 5) FORM OF IMPERIALISMKorea must think about how China will react to anything Korea does before doing something.• Colony• Protectorate• Sphere Of Influence• Economic Imperialism
  23. 23. 6) FORM OF IMPERIALISM During the Cold War from 1945 - 1991, Poland’s government reported directly to Moscow.a)Colonyb)Protectoratec)Sphere Of Influenced)Economic Imperialism
  24. 24. 6) FORM OF IMPERIALISM During the Cold War from 1945 - 1991, Poland’s government reported directly to Moscow.• Colony• Protectorate• Sphere Of Influence• Economic Imperialism
  25. 25. 7) FORM OF IMPERIALISMToday, Walmart often threatens to take their biz to Sri Lanka if workers in Gautemala start to ask for an increase of pay for making T-shirts for Walmart.a)Colonyb)Protectoratec)Sphere Of Influenced)Economic Imperialism
  26. 26. 7) FORM OF IMPERIALISMToday, Walmart often threatens to take their biz to Sri Lanka if workers in Gautemala start to ask for an increase of pay for making T-shirts for Walmart.• Colony• Protectorate• Sphere Of Influence• Economic Imperialism
  27. 27. 8) FORM OF IMPERIALISM In 2003, an American named Paul Bremmer acted on behalf of the US Govt. as temporary leader of Iraq once Saddam Hussein wasremoved from power. If such a situation were to remain in place, one could classify Iraq as being what to the US?a)Colonyb)Protectoratec)Sphere Of Influenced)Economic Imperialism
  28. 28. 8) FORM OF IMPERIALISM In 2003, an American named Paul Bremmer acted on behalf of the US Govt. as temporary leader of Iraq once Saddam Hussein wasremoved from power. If such a situation were to remain in place, one could classify Iraq as being what to the US?• Colony• Protectorate• Sphere Of Influence• Economic Imperialism Main
  29. 29. Management Methods There are 2 ways imperial powers controlled areas. INDIRECT CONTROLTraining & using help of local to keep control. Allowing locals to do as it wishes as long as it does NOT disturb imperial power. vs DIRECT CONTROLRuling over natives directly. Demanding locals adopt & follow ways of imperial power (ie religion, habits, etc.) Old TV Version New Projector Version
  30. 30. 1) DIRECT or INDIRECT No self-rule. Outsiders rule
  31. 31. 1) DIRECT or INDIRECT No self-rule. Outsiders rule
  32. 32. 2) DIRECT or INDIRECT Govt style isEuropean but may have some local rules.
  33. 33. INDIRECT2) DIRECT or Govt style is European but may have some local rules.
  34. 34. 3) DIRECT or INDIRECTGoal is to assimilate to the Imperial culture
  35. 35. 3) DIRECT or INDIRECTGoal is to assimilate to the Imperial culture
  36. 36. 4) DIRECT or INDIRECT Paternalism
  37. 37. 4) DIRECT or INDIRECT PaternalismImperial power governs in a father-like way. Provide natives with basic needs but not giving them rights.
  38. 38. 4) DIRECT or INDIRECT PaternalismImperial power governs in a father-like way. Provide natives with basic needs but not giving them rights.
  39. 39. 5) DIRECT or INDIRECT Did not train local people in Europeanmethods of governing.
  40. 40. 5) DIRECT or INDIRECT Did not train local people in Europeanmethods of governing.
  41. 41. 6) DIRECT or INDIRECT British Colonies inNigeria, India, Burma
  42. 42. 6) DIRECT or INDIRECT British Colonies inNigeria, India, Burma
  43. 43. 7) DIRECT or INDIRECT France in VietnamPortuguese in AngolaGerman in Tanganyika
  44. 44. 7) DIRECT or INDIRECT France in VietnamPortuguese in AngolaGerman in Tanganyika
  45. 45. 8) DIRECT or INDIRECTa) Local govt officials were used b) Limited self-rule c) US colonies on Pacific Islands
  46. 46. 8) DIRECT or INDIRECT a) Local govt officials were used b) Limited self-rule c) US colonies on Pacific Islands back Back to Main
  47. 47. “P”Production C 2006

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