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Retroactive 2 NSW Australian Curriculum History Stage 5: The Making of the Modern World and Australia & eBookPLUS

Retroactive 2 NSW Australian Curriculum History Stage 5: The Making of the Modern World and Australia & eBookPLUS
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ISBN13 9781118599273
Pub date November 2013
Pages 496
RRP $84.95
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About Retroactive viii
About the authors xi
About eBookPLUS xii
Inside your Retroactive eBookPLUS xiii
Acknowledgements xiv

OVERVIEW 1 THE MAKING OF THE MODERN WORLD 2
OV1:1 The Industrial Revolution — nature and significance 4
OV1:2 The movement of peoples 10
OV1:3 European imperial expansion 15
OV1:4 Economic, social and political ideas of the modern world 20
OV1:5 Between the World Wars 27
ProjectsPLUS 34
DEPTH STUDY 1
MAKING A BETTER WORLD? 36
TOPIC 1a The Industrial Revolution 38
1a:1 Background 40
1a:2 The importance of Empire 44
1a:3 Improvements in agriculture 46
1a:4 The importance of cotton 49
1a:5 The age of coal and iron 52
1a:6 Transport 55
1a:7 The impact on Australia 58
1a:8 Changing ways of life 62
1a:9 The global impact 66
Practise your historical skills 70
TOPIC 1b Movement of peoples 72
1b:1 Infl uence of the Industrial Revolution 74
1b:2 Experiences of slaves 81
1b:3 Impacts of slavery 89
1b:4 Experiences of convicts 92
1b:5 Experiences of settlers 98
1b:6 Impacts of European settlement on
Aboriginal people 102
1b:7 Impacts of settlement — the development of
Australia 108
Practise your historical skills 110
ProjectsPLUS 112
TOPIC 1c
Progressive ideas and movements
1c:1 Emerging ideas and movements
1c:2 Capitalism
1c:3 Chartism — 1836–1860
1c:4 Darwinism
1c:5 Egalitarianism
1c:6 Imperialism
1c:7 Nationalism
1c:8 Socialism
Practise your historical skills
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DEPTH STUDY 2
AUSTRALIA AND ASIA 114

TOPIC 2a Making a nation 116
2a:1 Expansion of settlement 118
2a:2 Indigenous contact experiences 124
2a:3 Non-European experiences 128
2a:4 Living and working conditions 133
2a:5 Self-government and democracy 142
2a:6 Indigenous and women’s rights 151
2a:7 Social legislation 154
Practise your historical skills 160
ProjectsPLUS 162
TOPIC 2b China and the world 164
2b:1 China — the Middle Kingdom 166
2b:2 Traditional Chinese society 168
2b:3 The leadership of the Dragon Throne 172
2b:4 Chinese culture and beliefs 174
2b:5 Contact, confl ict and change 177
2b:6 Empress Dowager Cixi 185
2b:7 China in the modern world 186
Practise your historical skills 194

DEPTH STUDY 3 AUSTRALIANS AT WAR (WORLD WARS I AND II) 196
TOPIC 3a World War I 198
3a:1 The origins of World War I 200
3a:2 Australia’s involvement 204
3a:3 The Gallipoli campaign 208
3a:4 The Western Front 218
3a:5 Prisoners of war 223
3a:6 The home front 226
3a:7 Conscription: Australia divided 236
3a:8 War’s impact on soldiers and civilians 243
3a:9 Commemorating World War I 246
3a:10 The Anzac legend 248
Practise your historical skills 252
ProjectsPLUS 254
TOPIC 3b World War II 256
3b:1 The origins of World War II 258
3b:2 The European war begins 268
3b:3 War in North Africa and the Mediterranean 271
3b:4 The Eastern Front 275
3b:5 The Holocaust 277
3b:6 The Pacifi c 280
3b:7 Prisoners of war 288
3b:8 Ending the war 290
3b:9 The home front 294
3b:10 The changing roles of women 302
3b:11 Signifi cance, impact and
commemoration 308
3b:12 International relationships 314
Practise your historical skills 316
ProjectsPLUS 318
OVERVIEW 2
THE MODERN WORLD AND AUSTRALIA 320
OV2:1 Australia after 1945 — war and peace 322
OV2:2 The fi ght for rights and freedoms 324
OV2:3 The Cold War and beyond 330
OV2:4 A developing world 338

DEPTH STUDY 4 RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS 348
4:1 The UN and the UDHR 350
4:2 Early Aboriginal activism 354
4:3 The Stolen Generations 358
4:4 The Civil Rights Movement 364
4:5 Charles Perkins and the 1965 Freedom
Ride 372
4:6 Civil rights in Australia in the 1960s 378
4:7 Land rights and Mabo 383
4:8 Bringing them home 387
4:9 The Apology 390
4:10 Securing civil rights and freedoms 392
Practise your historical skills 396
ProjectsPLUS 398

DEPTH STUDY 5 THE GLOBALISING WORLD 400
TOPIC 5a Popular culture 402
5a:1 Popular culture at the end of
World War II 404
5a:2 Changes in the post-war period 407
5a:3 Infl uences from the US and Britain 410
5a:4 The impact of television and communication technologies 419
5a:5 Contributions to international sport 424
5a:6 Contributions to music, fi lm and television 430
5a:7 Continuity and change in beliefs and values 434
Practise your historical skills 436
ProjectsPLUS 438
TOPIC 5b
The environment movement
5b:1 Two stories about sustainability
5b:2 The background to environmental awareness
5b:3 The intensifi cation of environmental effects
5b:4 Growth and infl uence of the environment movement
5b:5 Signifi cant events and campaigns
5b:6 National and international action
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TOPIC 5c Migration experiences 440
5c:1 Post–World War II migration and world events 442
5c:2 Government policies and patterns of migration 445
5c:3 Hardship and hostels 455
5c:4 The impact of world events on immigration to
Australia 461
5c:5 The migrant contribution to Australia 466
Practise your historical skills 474

DEPTH STUDY 6 SCHOOL-DEVELOPED TOPIC
TOPIC 6a The Holocaust
6a:1 The Nazi threat
6a:2 Using the law 1933–38
6a:3 The Kristallnacht,
9–10 November 1938
6a:4 The ghettos 1939–45
6a:5 The ‘Final Solution’
6a:6 Aftermath and contestability
6a:7 What next?
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TOPIC 6b
Australia in the Vietnam War era
6b:1 Crushing the communists in Australia
6b:2 Why did Australia fight in Vietnam?
6b:3 Australia divided — opposition to or support for the war
6b:4 The impact of the Vietnam War
6b:5 What next?
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Index 476
Glossary
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