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FRONT                                         Analyzing Imperial Motives                                     Assignment # ...
BACK       Describe What You See   Symbol of Motive(s)   Why You Chose This Motive(s)
THE REST IS NOT PART OF THE WORKSHEET BUT A…  Quick Introduction           of Motives of Imperialism
Motives of ImperialismMotiveDefinition:Sentence:ImperialismDefinition:Sentence:
Motives of ImperialismMotiveDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence:ImperialismDe...
Motives of ImperialismMotiveDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive f...
Motives of ImperialismMotiveDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive f...
Motives of ImperialismMotiveDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive f...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Motive              Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence...
Analyzing Imperial Motives                                 Assignment #  ECONOMIC motives included the desire to make mone...
Describe What You See   Symbol of Motive(s)   Why You Chose This Motive(s)
Diamond Mines at Kimberley - South Africa - in 1872                                                      Back
Methodist Sunday School at Guiongua - Angola in 1925                                                       Back
Raising Flag in Cameroon in 1881                                   Back
Back
Ivory Tusks in South Africa - circa 1860                                           Back
Map      Back
Advertisements 1890s                       Back
Missionary and Nurses in Burma in 1888                                         Back
Partition of China 1897                          Back
West Africa              Back
Saigon - Vietnam                   Back
Advertisements in the 1890s                              Back
The Rhodes Colossus                      Back
Back
Suez Canal             Back
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  1. 1. FRONT Analyzing Imperial Motives Assignment # ECONOMIC motives included the desire to make money, to EXPLORATORY motives were based on the desire expand and control foreign trade, to create new markets for to explore “unknown” or uncharted territory, to products, to acquire raw materials and cheap labor, to compete conduct scientific research, to conduct medical for investments and resources, and to export industrial searches for the causes and treatment of diseases, to technology and transportation methods. go on an adventure, and to invest in “unknown” lands and cultures. POLITICAL motives were based on a nation’s desire to gain power, to compete with other European countries, to expand IDEOLOGICAL motives were based on cultural territory, to exercise military force, to gain prestige by winning values such as the belief that the white race was colonies, and to boost national pride and security. superior, other cultures were “primitive,” Europeans should “civilize” people in other parts of the world, RELIGIOUS motives includes included the desire to spread great nations should have empires, and only the Christianity, to protect European missionaries in other lands, to strongest nations survive. spread European values and moral beliefs, to educate peoples of other cultures, and to end slave trade in Africa. Describe What You See Symbol of Motive(s) Why You Chose This Motive(s)
  2. 2. BACK Describe What You See Symbol of Motive(s) Why You Chose This Motive(s)
  3. 3. THE REST IS NOT PART OF THE WORKSHEET BUT A… Quick Introduction of Motives of Imperialism
  4. 4. Motives of ImperialismMotiveDefinition:Sentence:ImperialismDefinition:Sentence:
  5. 5. Motives of ImperialismMotiveDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence:ImperialismDefinition:Sentence:
  6. 6. Motives of ImperialismMotiveDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition:Sentence:
  7. 7. Motives of ImperialismMotiveDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence:
  8. 8. Motives of ImperialismMotiveDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898.
  9. 9. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898.
  10. 10. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898. Economic
  11. 11. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898. Economic Political
  12. 12. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898. Economic Political Religious
  13. 13. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898. Economic Political ReligiousExploratory
  14. 14. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898. Economic Political ReligiousExploratoryIdeological
  15. 15. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898. Economic Make money, new markets (to sell products), trade, getting resources for factories. Political ReligiousExploratoryIdeological
  16. 16. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898. Economic Make money, new markets (to sell products), trade, getting resources for factories. Political Use military force, gain power, get new land, which will make your country proud. ReligiousExploratoryIdeological
  17. 17. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898. Economic Make money, new markets (to sell products), trade, getting resources for factories. Political Use military force, gain power, get new land, which will make your country proud. Religious Spread (teach) Christianity (so they can go to heaven after death.), educate people, end slavery.ExploratoryIdeological
  18. 18. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898. Economic Make money, new markets (to sell products), trade, getting resources for factories. Political Use military force, gain power, get new land, which will make your country proud. Religious Spread (teach) Christianity (so they can go to heaven after death.), educate people, end slavery.Exploratory Explore “unknown” lands. Scientific research, learn about others, adventure. Find new areas.Ideological
  19. 19. Motive Motives of ImperialismDefinition: why someone would do something. A reason for doing somethingSentence: His motive for murdering his wife was economic (getting life insurance).ImperialismDefinition: Extending the power of a nation over another nation for various reasonsSentence: United States imperialism extended to the Philippines in 1898. Economic Make money, new markets (to sell products), trade, getting resources for factories. Political Use military force, gain power, get new land, which will make your country proud. Religious Spread (teach) Christianity (so they can go to heaven after death.), educate people, end slavery.Exploratory Explore “unknown” lands. Scientific research, learn about others, adventure. Find new areas.Ideological Europeans thought they were superior to all others. Teach about food, houses, and ways to work to people in the colonies who were not “civilized.”
  20. 20. Analyzing Imperial Motives Assignment # ECONOMIC motives included the desire to make money, to EXPLORATORY motives were based on the desire expand and control foreign trade, to create new markets for to explore “unknown” or uncharted territory, to products, to acquire raw materials and cheap labor, to compete conduct scientific research, to conduct medical for investments and resources, and to export industrial searches for the causes and treatment of diseases, to technology and transportation methods. go on an adventure, and to invest in “unknown” lands and cultures. POLITICAL motives were based on a nation’s desire to gain power, to compete with other European countries, to expand IDEOLOGICAL motives were based on cultural territory, to exercise military force, to gain prestige by winning values such as the belief that the white race was colonies, and to boost national pride and security. superior, other cultures were “primitive,” Europeans should “civilize” people in other parts of the world, RELIGIOUS motives includes included the desire to spread great nations should have empires, and only the Christianity, to protect European missionaries in other lands, to strongest nations survive. spread European values and moral beliefs, to educate peoples of other cultures, and to end slave trade in Africa. Symbol ofDescribe What You See Motive(s) Why You Chose This Motive(s) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O
  21. 21. Describe What You See Symbol of Motive(s) Why You Chose This Motive(s)
  22. 22. Diamond Mines at Kimberley - South Africa - in 1872 Back
  23. 23. Methodist Sunday School at Guiongua - Angola in 1925 Back
  24. 24. Raising Flag in Cameroon in 1881 Back
  25. 25. Back
  26. 26. Ivory Tusks in South Africa - circa 1860 Back
  27. 27. Map Back
  28. 28. Advertisements 1890s Back
  29. 29. Missionary and Nurses in Burma in 1888 Back
  30. 30. Partition of China 1897 Back
  31. 31. West Africa Back
  32. 32. Saigon - Vietnam Back
  33. 33. Advertisements in the 1890s Back
  34. 34. The Rhodes Colossus Back
  35. 35. Back
  36. 36. Suez Canal Back
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