Chapter 19 Quiz
Complete the following questions below on Chapter 19: Empires in Collision
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What was the significance of the opium trade in China in the nineteenth century? *
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How was the Taiping Uprising different from other peasant rebellions in China *
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Which of the following was a consequence of the Taiping Uprising? *
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In light of what was happening to China as depicted in Map 19.1 in the textbook, which of the following phrases was used by many Chinese to describe their country during the nineteenth century? *
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Which of the following reflects the goal of the policies introduced by the Chinese state in the 1860's and 1870's to address the problems facing China? *
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Which of the following characterizes the goal of the Tanzimat reforms initiated by the Ottoman leadership in the mid-nineteenth century? *
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Which of the following contributed to China's problems in the nineteenth century? *
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Islam retained a hold on its civilization in the twentieth century more firmly than Confucianism did in China because Islamic civilization *
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What was a result of the reform program launched by the Japanese leadership in the late nineteenth century? *
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What did the Young Turks advocate? *
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Which of the following was a target for attack in the new nationalism that emerged in China at the turn of the twentieth century? *
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In what respect were Qing China and the Ottoman Empire similar in the nineteenth century? *
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How did Napoleon's invasion of Egypt in 1789 affect the Ottoman Empire? *
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Which of the following was a goal of the Young Ottomans? *
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Which was the only country outside of Europe and North America to successfully launch its own Industrial Revolution? *
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Which of the following developments during the Tokugawa era provided a solid foundation for Japan's industrial growth in the late nineteenth century? *
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Which of the following reflects how Japanese society was changing during the Tokugawa era? *
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How did the leadership that emerged after the Meiji restoration in Japan respond to the threat of Western imperialism? *
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In what way was Japan in a better position than China or the Ottoman Empire in its encounter with Western imperialism? *
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Which of the following events established Japan as an economic, political, and military competitor in Asia? *
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What aspect of the painting of Japanese women in Visual Source 19.2 reflects Japanese culture? *
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In his 1898 memorial to the Chinese emperor, where does Kang Youwei suggest China look for models for its own reforms? *
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Which of the following reflects a policy proposed during the Hundred Days of Reform in 1898? *
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Which of the following statements reflects the Chinese female revolutionary Qiu Jin's argument for a greater role for women in public life? *
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What does the Chinese revolutionary leader Sun Yat-sen identify as the "root of nationalism" for China? *
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The Chinese revolutionary leader Sun Yat-sen urged fellow Chinese that "we must try to improve the economic structures of society so as to preclude a social revolution in the future." How did he propose to do this? *
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The "black ships" depicted in Visual Source 19.1 represent which country? *
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The cartoon drawn by Kobayashi Kiyochika in Visual Source 19.3 invokes which of the following to make its point? *
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In the image in Visual Source 19.4, the bearded man hovering at the top with his hands in the noose represents which country? *
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Which of the visual sources is critical of the indiscriminate acceptance of Western culture? *
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