CHAPTER 15 BIG PICTURE Okay guys please rephrase! Maybe some of you could rephrase the actual questions into like a statement (i.e. trade fostered change in the world of the early modern era in these ways: jfaldscjals ) ( HAPPY HALLOWEEN! In what specific ways did trade foster change in the world of the early modern era? Trade spread religious ideas Scientific and educational ideas Spread sickness Trade caused the mixing of cultures To what extent did Europeans transform earlier patterns of commerce and in what ways did they assimilate those into older patterns? Early trade patterns where transformed by Europeans because Europeans expanded things to a whole new scale, trading intercontinentally. They also used new means of transportation caravans, domesticated animals, boats, even eventually trains. In other ways European trade was just built off of what earlier peoples had done, simply a larger relay trade. However with faster modes of transportation and less relaying cost was cut down. Describe and account for the differing outcomes of European expansion in the Americas, Africa, and Asia. Some of the reasons are: Native?s reactions to settlers Native?s strength and immunity against weakness Climate and how well settlers adapted to climate Natural resources Native?s attitudes to being converted/captured How should we distribute moral responsibility or blame for the Atlantic slave trade? Is this a task appropriate for historians? YOUR OPINION What lasting legacies of early modern globalization are evident in the early twenty-first century? Pay particular attention to the legacies of the slave trade. Legacies of slave trade include a still sometimes present tension between African Americans and white Americans Racist mentality Inter-racial couples are less common
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