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  1. Anthropocene
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  2. Homogenocene
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  3. Globalization
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  4. Globality
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  5. Global Imaginary
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  6. Social Network
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  7. Tribe
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  8. Environmentalism
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  9. How is globalization an historical or dynamic process?
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  10. What role does technology play in globalization?
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  11. How has environmentalism evolved?
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  12. John Muir
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  13. hunting preserves
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  14. forest service
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  15. colonialism
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  16. imperialism
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  17. Kipling | White Man's Burden
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  18. settler colonies
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  19. "Scramble for Africa"
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  20. Boer War
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  21. Meiji Dynasty
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  22. Sun Yat Sen
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  23. Raj
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  24. 1. How did one strand of conservation-based environmentalism grow out of colonial rule?
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  25. 2. Why did the British fight the Boer War?
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  26. 3. Whats the difference between colonialism and imperialism?
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  27. 4. How do economics and natural resources tie into colonialism and imperialism?
    civilizing mission
  28. Rudyard Kipling
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  29. public school
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  30. Charles Darwin
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  31. Louis Pasteur
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  32. germ theory of disease
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  33. human rights (esp. women & slavery)
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  34. 1. What is JMR saying about how different human populations were in 1900 and now? In terms of their cultures and practices? In terms of sheer numbers?
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  35. 3. How do forms of political, gender and racial discrimination affect the types of education or other "goods" of civilization being delivered?
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  36. 2. How do science and science/technical education play powerful roles in transforming or "civilizing" many disparate populations?
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  37. Young Turks
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  38. dreadnoughts
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  39. great powers
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  40. nation-state system (Steger)
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  41. Ottoman succession
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  42. Yugoslavia
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  43. Treaty of Brest-Litovsk - March 1918
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  44. Balfour Declaration
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  45. bolsheviks
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  46. Fourteen Points
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  47. How did the demise of the Ottoman Empire lead to the Great War (1914-1918)?
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  48. How did the Great War usher in American economic and military predominance in the world?
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  49. How did the Great War lead to many problems that continue to plague the Middle East?
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  50. What effects did the Great War have on colonies and colonial subjects?
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  51. Mohammed ibn Saud
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  52. Abdul Wahhab
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  53. Lawrence of Arabia
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  54. Anglo-Persian Oil Company (BP)
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  55. Aligarh University | Constantinople University | Al Azhar University
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  56. Jamaluddin the Afghan
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  57. Kemal Ataturk
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  58. Reza Pahlavi
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  59. Deobandis
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  60. Muslim Brotherhood
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  61. What were the two basic attitudes towards "reform" in the Islamic World?
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  62. How did Western interventions disrupt Islamic modernizers?
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  63. Why did Wahhabists and affiliated groups gain power in the 1930s and 1940s?
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  64. comintern
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  65. V.I. Lenin
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  66. M.K. Gandhi
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  67. Hind Swaraj
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  68. satyagraha
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  69. Kerensky
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  70. October Revolution
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  71. Bolshevik
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  72. Unto This Last (1860)
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  73. Three Gorges Dam
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  74. 4. How does the Russian Revolution go from a relatively peaceful, democratic movement in February 1917 to a relatively violent, un-democratic one by 1919?
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  75. 3. Why does the Russian Revolution happen in Russia in 1917? What factors led to that?
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  76. 2. Does environmentalism require a democratic society?
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  77. 1. Why are the environmental effects of the Russian Revolution (and the Chinese) so generally destructive?
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  78. propaganda (agit-prop)
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  79. documentary film
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  80. psychological warfare
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  81. Americanization (Steger)
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  82. glocalization (Steger)
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  83. "War of the Worlds" (1938)
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  84. Triumph of the Will (1934)
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  85. Charlie Chaplain
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  86. 1. What are the two differing views on mass media and cultural globalization expressed in Steger?
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  87. 2. Why are the inventions of radio, film and broadcast media in the 20th century so radically different, possibly more powerful, than older print technology for spreading ideas?
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  88. 3. How does the development of radio technology reshape cultural and physical environments.
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  89. May 4th Movement
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  90. Li Ta Chao
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  91. gold standard
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  92. Franklin Roosevelt
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  93. "The Doctrine of Fascism"
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  94. Stock Market Crash of 1929
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  95. 1937 Paris Exposition
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  96. How did the Great Depression drive support for Fascist movements?
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  97. Was the New Deal a Socialist, a Fascist or a uniquely American program of reforms?
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  98. How did the Great Depression influence independence movements in India and China?
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  99. total war
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  100. Guernica
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  101. Battle of Moscow (1941-42)
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  102. Pearl Harbor
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  103. lend-lease
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  104. Nanking (1938)
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  105. appeasement
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  106. isolationism
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  107. holocaust
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  108. What were some of the triggers that started World War II?
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  109. Why did the major powers involved, including the Allies, advocate total destruction of cities and populations even though it meant heavy civilian casualties?
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  110. How did World War II end one era and begin another (think empires, nation states, and the global economy)?
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