Upon completing this unit, students
will be able to:
1.) Describe the global transformation wrought by industrial imperialism on multiple levels, the scope and depth of change from international politics to village economics.
2.) Identify the historical causes of this wave of imperialism, particularly economic, political, technological, and ideological factors; analyze how these factors operated as causes, and how they reinforced each other.
3.) Analyze the successes and failures of resistance to industrial imperialism, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of collaboration, using specific examples.
4.) Trace the connections between industrial imperialism and its consequences in the lives of people around the globe.