32.4 Essential Questions - Legacies of Imperialism
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5.2.III.: How did people use Social Darwinism to justify imperialism? *
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5.4.III.A.: How did the large-scale nature of migration and the physical nature of the labor in demand, especially in the nineteenth century, impact the roles that women had to take on in their home society that had formerly been occupied by men? *
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5.4.III.B.: How did Chinese migrants often create ethnic enclaves in Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, South America, and North America, which helped transplant their culture into new environments and facilitate the development of migrant support networks. *
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5.4.III.B.: How did Indian migrants often create ethnic enclaves in East and southern Africa, the Caribbean, and Southeast Asia, which helped transplant their culture into new environments and facilitate the development of migrant support networks. *
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5.4.III.C.: How was the Chinese Exclusion Act an example of how receiving societies did not always embrace immigrants, as seen in the various degrees of ethnic and racial prejudice and the ways states attempted to regulate the increased flow of people across their borders? *
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