World Civilizations II
Home By Christmas: Propaganda used by the government to help recruit men into the army to fight World War. Also evidence that each side of war fought thought it would be over quickly
Sykes Picot Agreement: Agreement between Britain and France that says they split India between themselves
Versailles Treaty: Guilt treaty against Germany that says they have to pay for damage caused
White man’s Burden: Rudyard Kipling write this to President McKinley in his beliefs that the U.S should get involved in colonialism
Quinine: Medicine that made it possible to travel to Africa without getting sick
Dark Continent: What they called Africa because not much was known about it and the people that lived there were dark skinned
Human Zoos: Bronx Zoo that held exotic people to show that they were uncivilized
Scientific Racism: White people are more evolved, Africans are only one step removed from animals. Don't forget about the age old question of Why adults choose not to have genetic studies done?
We also discuss several other topics like Why is inflation so unpopular?
Don't forget about the age old question of What is the importance of pricing?
Don't forget about the age old question of What is patient-centered communication?
We also discuss several other topics like What is ethos?
Manifest Destiny: Westward expansion. God’s direct task to rule all North America. Volk: People, Nation, or Race German culture idea of a universal mission of the German people
Concert of Europe: involved Austria, Russia, Prussia, France and Great Britain. Kept the peace between the countries
Sacred Authority: God Given right to rule
Social Contract: Agreement among members of a society to cooperate for social benefits. Manorial system: Self contained economic units
Guild System: Craftsmen of highly skilled trade
Civic Nationalism: In NationStates you must pick one side or the other
East India Company: Monopoly Trading Company run by Great Britain. Don't forget about the age old question of How do scientists measure dominance?
Levee en Mass: Forced military signup for men that were ablebodied unmarried and of the ages 1825 La Marseillaise: French national anthem written 1792 after Austrian and Prussian troops invaded France Laisse Faire: Let things take their own corse
Division of Labor: Adam Smith, Break production process into different process and focus on task