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Historical Globalization

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The sea journey undertaken by slave ships from West Africa to the West Indies.
a network of trade and cultural transmissions through that were central cultural interaction through regions of Asian continent.
SCRAMBLE OF AFRICA
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Grand Exchange
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THE MIDDLE PASSAGE
Industrial Revolution
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Residential School
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Imperialism
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Historical Globalization
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A period that is often identified as beginning in 1492, when Christopher Columbus made his first voyage to the Caribbean, and ending after World War II, when the United States and the Soviet Union emerged as superpowers.
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HISTORICAL GLOBALIZATION
LEGACY
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Something that has been passed on by those who lived in the past.

something that is left to someone from their will.
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It can be a physical item or virtues such as respect, love, work of art, jewelry that has been passed from generation to generation.
Indigenous People
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originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; native.
indigenous meaning first
people that lived in a
particular place.
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COLONIzATION
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the act of setting up a colony away from one place of origin.
when a group of people take over a country, which then become a colony.
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CULTURAL CONTACT
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one country's domination over another country's economic, political and cultural
insititutions.
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COLONIZATION
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sphere of influence
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exclusive priviledge that an imperial power has.
a country in which a nation has the power to dominate another's country.
Trading
PROTECTORATE
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a country which has it's own government but whose policies are "guided" by an imperial power in exhange of protection.
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a country that is controlled and protected by another.
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Britain established a protectorate over the Niger River Delta.
MercantIlism
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A policy followed by European imperial powers from the 16th to the 19th century. In colonies, trade was strictly controlled to . benefit the economy of the imperial power.
when a country attempts to amass wealth through trade with other countries, profitable trading.
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MONARCH
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A monarch is the head of a monarchy, a form of government where authority is set within one person.
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Slavery
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A trading process that began when Christopher Columbus brought seeds, fruit seeds, and livestocks to the Americas, where they were cultivated and became staples. In return, native North American species were exported to Europe.
The period between about 1750 and 1850, when work became mechanized and began to occur in factories. The Industrial Revolution brought about dramatic economic, social, and cultural change.
Boarding schools where First Nations children were gathered to live, work, and study. These schools were operated or subsidized by the Canadian government’s assimilation policy. The last residential school closed in 1996.
a place where First Nations children were placed in a school inorder to assimilate them to the English people and the Christian culture.
SILK ROAD
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An ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean Sea extending some 6,400 km (4,000 mi) and linking China with the Roman Empire.
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Child Labour
Slave Labour
Indentured Labour
The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes.
This picture demonstrates how the Industrial Revolution became more effective when machineries were used.
This picture is one of the first Residential School.
As seen in this picture, students were dressed the same and as well as their hair cuts.
Ethnocentrism
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A word that combines “ethnic” and “centre”. It refers to a way of thinking that centres on one’s own race and culture.Ethnocentric people believe that their worldview is the only valid one.
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EUROCENTRISM
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A form of ethnocentrism that uses European ethnic, national, religious, and linguistic criteria to judge other peoples and their cultures.
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person tries to judge the culture of other people from the point of view of their own culture.
Ignoring or undervaluing what Asians or Africans do within their own society or seeing the histories of non-European societies simply in European terms, or as part of "the expansion of Europe" and its civilizing influence.
a way European judge
other cultures compared
to their of culture.
Capitalism
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An economic system that advocates free trade, competition and choice as a means of achieving prosperity.
Competition
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Industrialization
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Depopulation
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A reduction in population caused by natural or human-made forces.
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Beothuk
Gross domestic product
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The value of all the goods and services a country produces in year. GPD is often used to measure the strength of a country’s economy.
Indian Act
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First passed by the Canadian Parliament in 1876 and amended several times since then, this act continues to define who is - and is not - a status Indian. Early version of the act banned some traditional practices of First Nations cultures and allowed only those who renounced Indian status to vote in federal elections.
STATUS
Textbook Defintion: A First Nation person who is registered according to the provisions of the Indian Act and is therefore eligible to receive specific benefits.
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In own words: A federally registered member of a band or First Nation, having special status under Canadian law.
Cultural Mosaic
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A society that is made up of many distinct cultural groups.
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ulticulturalism
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An official Canadian government policy founded on the idea that Canadian society is pluralistic - made of many culturally distinct groups who are free to affirm and promote their own cultural identity.
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Genocide
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The mass killing of human beings, especially a targeted group of people.
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to intentionally kill a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.
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Cultural Pluralism
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The idea that a variety of peoples are free to affirm and promote their customs, traditions, beliefs, and languages within a society.
quiet Revolution
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A period of intense social, political, and economic change in Quebec. During this periods, which lasted from about 1960 to 1966, Quebecois began to assert their rights and affirm and promote their language and culture.
APARTHEID
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An Afrikaans words that refers to a policy of segregating and discriminating against non-whites in South Africa.
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In Africa, its segregation or discrimination on grounds of race.
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Enemy Aliens
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A label assigned during WWI and WWII to people from countries that were at war with Canada. The rights of enemy aliens were sometimes restricted, and some were even interned in camps.
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Non-Governmental organization
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An organization established by groups of people to work toward specific goals and to gain public support in achieving these goals. NGOs depends on volunteer workers and donations, but they may also receive.
Foreign Aid
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ross national income
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people that are from the opposing country in a war.
Japanese citizens residing in the United States during World War II.
NGO is any non-profit, voluntary citizens' group which is organized on a local, national or international level.
These are some of the NGO available.
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The Beothuk were the aboriginal inhabitants of Newfoundland when European settlers first arrived.Following contact with the Europeans, disease, malnutrition, conflict with settlers and other native groups, and disruption of traditional Beothuk fishing sites by settlers resulted in the extinction of the Beothuk people in 1829.
a member of an extinct Native Canadian people formerly living in Newfoundland.
a process that happens in countries when they start to use machines to do work that was once done by people.
The period of social and economic change that transforms a human group from an agrarian society into an industrial one, involving the extensive re-organisation of an economy for the purpose of manufacturing.
to cause a country or area to have fewer people living in it.
a Canadian statute that concerns registered Indians, their bands, and the system of Indian reserves.
money, supplies and other goods, as well as expertise, given by one country to another.
The international transfer of capital, goods, or services from a country or international organization for the benefit of the recipient country or its population.
Cultural contact is what occurs when two or more cultures come in contact with one another through images in the mass media, trade, or immigration so that they effect one another.
contact between peoples with different cultures, usually resulting to change in both systems.
colonizing a land that doesn't belong to you making it a territory of your land by controlling it.
A nation's ruler or head of state usually by hereditary right.
The mix of ethnic groups, languages and cultures that coexist within society.
the practice of giving equal attention to many different backgrounds in a particular setting.
selling ethnic food and items to people of the same culture.
different groups in society keeping their distinctive cultures while coexisting peacefully with the dominant group.
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the sum of value added by all producers who are residents in a nation, plus any product taxes (minus subsidies) not included in output, plus income received from abroad such as employee compensation and property income.
the total income for a country computed by taking the value of goods and services and adding that to all other monies received excluding net taxes.
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Quiet Revolutiion was a time of rapid change experienced in Québec during the 1960s.
Imperialism aims at the creation of an empire.
an economic system that runs on the law of "supply and demand" and self - interest
the condition of being legally owned by someone else, or the system in which some people are owned by others
the state of being a slave.
The main staple of the Beothuk is their marine life.
the total value of goods produced and services provided in a country during one year.
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Began in year 1492, when Christopher Columbus made his first trip to the Americas that ended after the contemporary globalization.
Occur in West Africa to the West Indies, where slaves are being traded for money.
the action of defeating others for the same goal.
the activity or condition of competing.
Begun in year 1492, after Columbus' discovery. It is exchanges of goods between European and American.
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The invasion, occupation, colonization and annexation of African territory by European powers during the period of New Imperialism, between 1881 and 1914.
The divisions of Africa by the colonizing countries.
Canada is a great example of Cultural Mosaic. Different groups of culture and nationality are existed in Canada.
Ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean Sea.
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