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Turbulent Passage, Fourth Edition, is a truly global text with a strong emphasis on social and cultural history. Focusing on the major international themes and historical processes that shaped the twentieth century, this text looks at the historical antecedents of current issues and challenges students to compare and draw parallels between historical and contemporary events and trends. Written in a flowing narrative style,Turbulent Passageguides students through the vital and fundamental movements, trends, and patterns of the last 100 years.
Table of Contents
|List of Maps|
|The Birth of the 20th Century|
|Accelerating Change and the Transition to the 20th Century|
|Redrawing the Global Map|
|Social Transformations and the Coming of the 20th Century|
|Intellectual Foundations for a New Century|
|Western Industrialization and the Foundations of the 20th Century|
|The Industrial Revolution in Europedocument: Feminism|
|The Consolidation of the Industrial Order, 1850 1914|
|Diplomatic Tensions Among the Western Powersanalysis: The United States in World History|
|Conclusion: Diplomacy and Society|
|Extending the Industrial Core: The Emergence of Russia and Japan as 20th-Century Powers|
|Reforms in Russia, 1861 1914|
|Protest and Revolutiondocument: Conditions Under Russian Industrialization|
|Japan: Reform, Industrialization, and Rise to Global Poweranalysis: The Separate Paths of Japan and China|
|Conclusion: Responses to the West and the Question of Autonomy|
|Industrialization and Imperialism: The Making of a Global Colonial Order|
|Industrial Rivalries and the Partition of the World, 1870 1914|
|Colonial Regimes and African and Asian Peoples analysis|
|Western Education and the Rise of an African and Asian Middle Class document|
|The Colonizer Versus the Colonized on the "Civilizing Mission"|
|White Dominions and Mixed Settler Colonies|
|Conclusion: The Pattern of the Age of Imperialism|
|Precarious Sovereignty: Western Informal Empire and Constricted Developmentin Latin America, the Middle East, and China|
|National Consolidation in Latin Americaanalysis: Explaining Underdevelopment|
|The Great Boom, 1880 1920|
|From Empire to Nation: Ottoman Retreat and the Birth of Turkey|
|Western Intrusions and the Crisis in the Arab Islamic Heartlands|
|The Last Dynasty: The Slow Death of the Qing Empire in Chinadocument: Revolutionary Impulses and the Breakdown of the Confucian Order|
|Conclusion: Islamic and Chinese Responses to the Challenge of the West|
|A Half-Century of Crisis, 1914 1945|
|Decades of Turmoil|
|Foundations of an Era of Revolutions and Totalitarian States|
|Descent into the Abyss: World War I and the Crisis of the European Global Order|
|The Coming of the Great War|
|A World at War|
|World War I and the Nationalist Assault on the European Colonial Orderdocument|
|Lessons for the Colonized from the Slaughter in the Trenchesanalysis|
|Women in Asian and African Nationalist Movements|
|Conclusion: After Catastrophe|
|The Postwar World: The Unfolding of Revolutionary Challenges|
|The Disarray of Western Europe, 1918 1929The West Outside Europe: The British Commonwealth and the United States|
|Revolution: The First Wavesdocument: Socialist Realismanalysis: A Century of Revolutions|
|Conclusion: The Enduring Impact of a Catastrophic Global War|
|Global Depression and the Challenge of Totalitarianism|
|The Global Great Depressionanalysis: Learning from the 1930s|
|The 1930s in Latin America|
|The Militarization of Japan|
|Stalinism in the Soviet Uniondocument: The Leader of the Soviet Union Evaluates the Depression|
|Conclusion: Economic Autarky and the Coming of Another World War|
|A Second Globa|
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