Define the terms using the Frayer Method Your Definition Draw a picture to recognize the term. TERM Example Non-Example Seizure of a country or Territory by a stronger Country IMPERIALISM India/ Africa England/ Germany Define the Terms The Belief that one race Is superior to others RACISM Bigotry Tolerance Social Darwinism Survival of the fittest who enjoyed wealth, success and were Considered superior Natural Selection Helping all, including the weak BERLIN CONFERENCE 14 European Nations that met in 1984-1885 to decide how to claim land in Africa. Imperialism Independent and Home Rule SHAKA A Southern African Zulu chief who created a large centralized state Warrior King Weak Ruler BOER Dutch farmers who Gradually took over Africans’ land to establish large farms Afrikaners Africaners Paternalism European policy of governing people in a fatherly way but without giving them any rights direct control of governing Self Rule ASSIMILATION French policy that the Local people would prefer and adapt French culture; Somaliland or Vietnam Self Rule MENELIK II Emperor of Ethiopia in 1889 who played British, Italians, and French against each other Strong Emperor Weak Ruler GEOPOLITICS An interest in or taking of land for its strategic location or products. Ottoman Control of Mediterranean Sea No interest in obtaining other lands SEPOY MUTINY Rebellion by Sepoys (Indian Soldiers) over insensitivity to Customs which resulted in British Rule; Insensitivity to Culture Tolerance RAJ British rule of India during the reign of Queen Victoria Direct Control of India Self Rule Look at the picture on page 338 What advantages and disadvantages might colonizers bring? What does the photograph suggest about colonization? Assignment Turn to page 344; answer questions 6-8; Be prepared to share your answer outloud in class.