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World Civ 2

by: Shanna Beyer

World Civ 2 HIST 1120

Shanna Beyer
University of Memphis
GPA 3.9

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Chapter 26 outline
World Civilization II
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Date Created: 02/08/16
Chapter 26 Outline Chronology 1368-1644- Ming Dynasty (China) 1368-1395- Reign of Hongwu 1403-1424- Reign on Yongle 1552-1610- Life of Matteo Ricci 1572-1620- Reign of Emperor Wanli 1600-1867- Tokugawa shogunate (Japan) 1616-1626- Reign of Nurhaci 1642-1693- Life of Ihara Saikaku 1644-1911- Qing Dynasty (China) 1661-1722- Reign of Kangxi 1736-1795- Reign of Qianlong 1793- British trade mission to China The Quest for Political Stability - restored native rule to China - Hongwu - built a tightly centralized state - Yongle - launched naval expeditions - centralized states - built the Great Wall of China - Emperors ignored government affairs - corruption and inefficiency - famines and revolts/rebels - The Manchus dethroned the Ming - Kangxi and Qianlong - Kangxi was a conquerer - Qianlong continued the expansion - Qianlong’s rule marked the height of the Qing Dynasty Economic and Social Changes - patriarchal society - infanticide - foot binding - population growth and economic development - american food crops - population growth - foreign trade and trade and migration to southeast Asia - government and technology - privileged classes - scholar-bureacrats - working class - peasants - artisans - craftsmen, tailors, barbers, physicians - merchants - street peddlers - individuals - lower class - slaves - servants The Confucian Tradition and New Cultural Influences - neo-confucianism and pulp fiction - pop culture - popular novels - Matteo Ricci - christianity in China - began with Wanli - attracted few converts - mission came to an end The Unification of Japan - The Tokugawa Shogunate - shogun ruled Japan - military leaders brought unification - prevent the return of civil war - control of the Daimyo - control of foreign relations - economic and social change - population growth - social change - neo-confucianism and floating words - native learning - entertainment such as brothels, tea houses and theaters - Christianity and Dutch learning - christian missions - generated backlash - anti-christian campaign - dutch learning - brought knowledge of Japan to the outside world


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