Social 20 2 Final Review Essay

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Transcript of SS 20 Final Exam Review

Social Studies 20-1 Final Review
To what extent should we embrace nationalism?
ideological perspectives
RI #1: To what extent should nation be the foundation of identity?
People:
Philosophers (Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau)
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
Louis XVI
Bourgeoisie
Marie Antoinette
Napoleon
Trudeau
Chretien
Metis
Kiviaq
Baltej Singh Dhillon
Sovereignists
Federalists
Aboriginal People
Shiites
Sunnis
Kurds
Lougheed
Vocabulary:
Nationalism
Multiculturalism
Pluralism
Nation-state
Internationalism
Patriotism
Ethnic
Self-determination
Sovereignty
Civic Nation
Bias
White Paper
Reasonable Accommodations
Reconciliation
Inflation
Alienation
Segregation
Concepts:

Understandings of Nation (cultural, linguistic...)
Evolution of Nation and Identity
Myths
The French Revolution
Extreme Elements in France (Reign of Terror)
Scorched Earth
Aboriginal, Metis, Quebec, Inuit Perspectives
Contending Loyalties (Oka, Referendum, Reconciliation)
Non-nationalist Loyalties (Class, Religion, Regional, Ideological etc...)
Some sources:
The oil and gas industry is driving the boom for the economy. There is a direct effect coming from oil and gas and spilling over to other industries. If you have a healthy economy, that will help other sectors to develop. If the whole economy is healthy, that will benefit the province in the long run.
Canada has never been a melting pot; more like a tossed salad.
[When I am among my own people], they understand me, as I understand them; and this understanding creates within me a sense of being somebody in the world.
Ideological perspectives
Socio-political and economic concerns of nations
Focus on:
RI #2: To what extent should national interest be pursued?
People:
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Gavilo Princip
David Lloyd George
Georges Clemenceau
Woodrow Wilson
Prince Emir Faysal
Saddam Hussein
George W Bush
Mashco Piro
Osama bin Laden
Hrant Dink
Joseph Stalin
Adolf Hitler
Joseph Goebbels
Hirohito
Tojo Hideki
Winston Churchill
Benito Mussolini
Haile Selassie
Kulaks
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Slobodan Milosevic
Oskar Schindler
Feng Shan Ho
Paul Rusesabagina
Pol Pot
Khmer Rouge
Dalai Lama
Refugees
Vocabulary:
National interest
Peacekeepers
Peacemaking
Domestic policy
Foreign policy
Ultranationalism
Propaganda
Appeasement
Isolationist
Conscription
Genocide
Crimes against Humanity
War crimes
Shoah (Holocaust)
Holodomor (Ukrainian)
Enola Gay
Fat Man and Little Boy
Ethnic Cleansing
Decolonization
Successor State
Failed State
Concepts:
Focus of nations (elements nations want)
Arctic Sovereignty
WWI
Treaty of Versailles
Balfour Declaration
Afghanistan and Iraq
Russia and Stalin
Expansionism
Interwar Policies
Hitler and Germany
Anschluss
Lebenschraum
Hirohito and Japan
Rape of Nanking
Total War
League of Nations as a failure
Conscription
Internment camps
State sponsored crimes
The International Criminal Court
Self-Determination
Host countries
Sources:
A new, broader definition of national interest is needed in the new century, which would induce states to find greater unity in the pursuit of common goals and values.
For the independence of the country, saying no to the Americans on the war [in Iraq] was a great moment for Canada. Of course, it was not without risk. Suppose the war in Iraq had been a great success.
[In a crisis] people come to believe that they want security at any cost and that human rights, the broad range of human rights are a luxury that will come after security is ensured, which of course is a very big mistake.
Hate has a nearly limitless ability to dehumanize its victims, shutting down the most basic human capacities for sympathy and compassion.
As long as the people of Tibet are compelled by force to become a part of China against their will and consent, the present invasion of Tibet will be the grossest instance of the violation of the weak by the strong.
socieo-political and economic connections to nationalism
To what extent should internationalism be pursued?
People:
Maslow
Robert Mugabe
Clara Hughes
Marshall McLuhan
Donald Trump
Justin Trudeau
Vocabulary:
Needs
Wants
Isolationism
Unilateralism
Bilateralism
Multilateralism
Supranationalism
Internationalism
Economic Sanctions
Tied Aid
Voluntary Balkanization
Responsibility to Protect
Common Human Heritage
Trickle-Down Effect
Absolute Poverty
Odious Debt
Concepts:
4 motives of successful nations
International organizations
Foreign policy and goals in a globalizing world
Peacekeeping
International laws
Foreign Aid
Landmines
Technology and global communication
Protection of areas in conflict
Economic organizations
Cultural and Language-based organizations
Humanitarian Organizations
Disease
Climate change
Water, hunger and poverty
Conflict and human rights
Sources:
A country can no more be isolationist than a family living in the middle of a city can live in isolation from everyone else.
I am not Athenian or a Greek, but a citizen of the world.
Today's real borders are not between nations, but between powerful and powerless, free and fettered, privileged and humiliated. Today, no walls can separate humanitarian or human rights crises in one part of the world from national security crises in another.
We've expanded to the point where all the world will be connected- we're going to have to get on with each other.
To give money is an easy matter in any man's power. But to decide to whom to give it, and how much and when, and for what purpose and how, is neither in every man's power nor an easy matter.
Perspectives
Position on issues
To what extent should individuals and groups in Canada embrace a national identity?
People:
John Diefenbaker
John A Macdonald
George Etienne Cartier
Clifford Sifton
Henri Bourassa
Wilfrid Laurier
Stompin' Tom Connors
Tommy Douglas
Vocabulary:
Responsible Government
Patriated
Equalization Payments
Inherent Right
Ecozone
Economic Nationalists
Cosmopolitan
Asymmetrical Federalism
Concepts:
Differing Visions of Canada
Confederation
Evolution of Canada
Francophones challenges and opportunities
Immigration
Aboriginal Rights
Multiculturalism Debates
National Myths and Symbols
Cultural and Educational Institutions
Arts, Education, and Cultural Programs
Music, Artists, and the Greatest Canadian
Forces affecting National Unity
Canadian Geography
Alienation
Pluralism
Sources:
I've always considered myself a Canadian, nothing more, nothing less, even though my parents come from Italy. How come we have acquired a hyphen? We have allowed ourselves to become divided alone the line of ethnic origins, under the pretext of the "Great Mosaic."
There can be no patriotism without permanent opposition and criticism.
Canada - a triumph of politics over geography and economics - and sometimes it seems over common sense.
Canada will be a strong country when Canadians of all provinces feel at home in all parts of the country.
Canada is not a bilingual country. In fact, it is less bilingual today than it has ever been. It has led to no fairness, produced no unity and cost Canadian taxpayers untold millions.
Global citizenship is when you start to break down the political borders and start to worry about people all over the world. [It's] moving away from the idea of nationalism to the responsibility of the person to the whole world.
Nationalism, in all of its forms, was the basis of the class. By now you must be able to answer this question and use all the sources and material to defend your position. You should also be able to analyze sources (like the ones above or any other ones we have looked at) in regards to their nationalistic ideologies and perspectives.
You also need to have a solid understanding of the above material and how it relates to the concepts in your textbook and the broad understanding of the class content.
Questions or concerns????

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