China and 20th Century Conflict Introduce Chinese Revolution Go Over Test Results Project Introduction
Journal #18 Please provide an example of a social/sociological, political, economic, psychological, geographic, and cultural cause for WW2 (1 each).
Lenses for Analyzing Understanding History POLITICAL –seeking and organizing power. Who controls what. RELIGIOUS - having to do with the beliefs and institutions of religions CULTURAL - beliefs of a given group of people (ex. Youth Culture) ECONOMIC –money, wealth, and resources GEOGRAPHIC – having to do with where people live and the environment they interact within Psychological – deals with the mind or emotions. Social – How people behave in society or interact in a group setting.
China And Revolution Basics Internal and External Pressure
China And Revolution Basics Qing Dynasty Collapses in 1911
China And Revolution Basics (Dr. Sun Yat-sen) Sun Yat-sen and Warlord Period
China And Revolution Basics Chiang Kai-Shek or JianJieshi Chiang Kai Shek and Nationalist Party Take Control (1928)
China And Revolution Basics WW2 and Japanese Invasion
China And Revolution Basics Growth of Communism and Mao Zedong
Reasons for the Communists’ Success • Mao won support of peasants – land • Mao won support of women • Mao’s army used guerilla war tactics • Many saw the Nationalist government as corrupt • Many felt that the Nationalists allowed foreigners to dominate China.
China – Week 2 Check Off Annotated Bibliographies Discuss China After The Communist Revolution Note Cards/Note Taking Strategies Head to the Library to Work on Projects
CHINA UNDER MAO Communist One Party System Created
COMMUNIST RULE People’s Republic of China Declared Oct. 1, 1949 Land Seized and Redistributed to Peasants Media Run By Chinese
Totalitarian Rule In China • 5 Year Plans to Industrialize China • Class privileges ended • Loss of Basic Rights
Great Leap Forward, 1958 • 5 year plan to increase agriculture and industry • Communes Created • Result – Massive Failure, famine
The Cultural Revolution 1966-1976 • A Campaign Against the Four Olds: • Thoughts • Culture • Customs • Habits
Goals Of Cultural Revolution • Designed to renew revolutionary spirit • Mao wanted to put “intellectuals” in their place • Red Guards….