INCAS EXAM 1
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In the division of an empire, what is the "political, economic, and cultural heartland" referred to as?
In the division of an empire, the part that consists of "the societies that are ruled and exploited by the core" referred to as?
Immanuel Wallerstein came up with what model?
The "world-systems model"
Give an example of a classic hegemonic empire
What type of imperial rule is fairly loose and indirect?
A _____ empire is built on a core state society that comes to dominate a series of client polities through diplomacy or conquest. The goal is to keep cost of rule low, but a low investment in administration and physical facilities is offset by a relatively low extraction of resources by limited control over subject peoples
What type of imperial rule is intense and a direct approach to ruling subjects within an empire?
A ______ empire is a costly approach to governance and requires a heavy investment in administration, security against external threats, and the physical infrastructure of imperial rule, such as roads, provincial centers, and frontier defense. The costs may be necessary to ensure the empire's continued existence, however, or to satisfy the demands of the upper class.
Give an example of a territorial empire
- Rome of the first century AD OR
- the Han Chinese
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