Modern Africa

 

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Modern Africa

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Question 1
What political-economic theory was adopted by many "Third World" leaders to challenge the ideas of Modernization theory during the 1960s and 1970s?
A
Keynesianism
B
Dependency theory
C
Underdevelopment theory
D
Maoism
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Question 2
Which statement best describes the gendered division of labor that emerged in the 1920s and 1930s in colonized African societies?
A
Women worked on colonial plantations, while men remained in villages to produce food.
B
Women worked in the service sector, while men remained in villages to produce food.
C
Women remained in villages to produce handicrafts, while men produced food near villages.
D
Women remained in villages to produce food, while men worked on plantations or migrated to industrial centers.
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Question 3
Which statement best describes the methods used to extract resources employed by King Leopold's regime in the Congo Free State?
A
Leopold appointed a network of administrations who indirectly obtained commodities through Congolese chiefs.
B
The Congo Free State used market incentives to lure Congolese workers into producing rubber and other commodities.
C
Leopold instructed Congo Free State officials to put Congolese prisoners to work producing commodities.
D
Leopold's agents used violence and intimidation to coerce Congolese workers into gathering rubber and other commodities.
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Question 4
Which of the following does NOT represent a social consequence of colonialism?
A
Africa experienced significant population growth during the colonial period.
B
Christianity and Islam became significantly more dominant religions in Africa during the colonial period.
C
Literacy became an important aspect of education.
D
The populations of large urban centers were forcefully relocated into smaller settlements as a measure to prevent urban unrest.
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Question 5
Which statement best describes the impact of trade unionism on race relations in South Africa during the apartheid period?
A
Trade union activists from all races formed non-racial organizations to fight for economic and political rights.
B
Trade unions encouraged white workers to campaign in favor of apartheid to reduce competition for jobs from black workers.
C
Trade unions among whites and blacks formed the basis of segregated white and black political parties.
D
Trade unions among black workers encouraged workers to form militant pan-Africanist parties.
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