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Ash Soc 315 Week 2 Quiz

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SOC 315 Week 2 Quiz

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1.During the mid-eighteenth century, parts of the Americas were controlled by all of the following empires EXCEPT:
 Britain.
 France.
 Rome.
 Spain.
 
 2.Afghanistan:
 is ethnically homogenous.
 was part of the British Empire.
 has not been a good fit for the nation-state model.
 is categorized as a Newly Industrialized Country.
 
3.The Munich analogy refers to:
the inability of two large powers to reach agreement over a disputed territory.
the development of the intractable conflict surrounding the state of Israel.
the appeasement of an aggressive Nazi Germany by European leaders.
the decision by President Clinton to intervene in Kosovo.
 
4.Which of the following is NOT a method to promote nation-building?
Having national symbols
Having a collective memory
Having an official language
Having different regional identities
 
5.Slaves were imported to the Americas primarily because:
European residents needed house servants.
the colonial economy needed agricultural labor.
Catholic missionaries wanted to convert the slaves to Christianity.
Colonial powers wanted to depopulate West Africa so Europeans could immigrate there.
           
6.In 2011, which of the following countries best fit the definition of totalitarian?
Mexico
Serbia
North Korea
France
 
7.Of the following countries, _______ is NOT part of the “Global North.”
Japan
Brazil
the United States
France
 
8.Of the following dates, which best approximates the end of major colonial expansion by European powers?
1789
1848
1914
1958
 
9.Alexander the Great ruled the __________ Empire.
Macedonian
Mauryan
Persian
Roman
 
 
 10.Losing conflicts such as the first Anglo-Chinese War led to a Chinese legacy of calling the ___ century the “century of humiliation.”
seventeenth
eighteenth
nineteenth
twentieth
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