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AP World History: Nationalism - Chapter Summary
These lessons can help you review concepts related to nationalism while studying the the AP World History exam. The video lessons cover the rise of nationalism in Europe and the various types of nationalism. When you finish this chapter, you will be able to the following:
- Contrast civic nationalism versus ethnic nationalism
- Provide a timeline of the growth of nationalism in Europe
- Describe the competing ideologies of conservatism and nationalism during the Restoration
- Explain the decolonization and nationalism in Israel, Africa and Algeria
- Summarize British rule and nationalism in India
Use these engaging video lessons to study from our experienced instructors. There are also video transcripts you can print out for offline study. You can ask questions if you need more information as you review. Use the lesson quizzes to make sure you are armed with as much information as possible before your test.
1. Civic Nationalism vs. Ethnic Nationalism
How are nations created? In this lesson, we're going to examine the ideas of civic nationalism and ethnic nationalism and see how each is used to help build and maintain the nation-state.
2. Nationalism Grows in Europe: Timeline, Events & Impact
In this lesson, we will study the growth of nationalism that took place during the French Revolution and the Napoleonic age. We will begin by defining nationalism and then explore how it developed in these critical eras.
3. Competing Ideologies During the Restoration: Conservatism & Nationalism
In this lesson, we explore the competing political ideologies of conservatism and nationalism during the 19th century and discuss a few events that exemplified this clash.
4. Decolonization and Nationalism in Israel, Egypt, Africa & Algeria
In this lesson, we explore the concepts of nationalism and national self-determination and how they affected the decolonization of the Middle East and Africa in the second half of the 20th century.
5. British Rule & Nationalism in India
Although they fell into full rule of India almost by accident, the British were able to bring remarkable ability and passion to their rule. That said, as some Indians fell in love with British culture, more longed for the ideals of democracy and nationalism that were denied to them. The legacy of British rule remains controversial to this day.
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Other chapters within the AP World History: Exam Prep course
- AP World History: Foundational Concepts
- AP World History: Major Belief Systems
- AP World History: Ancient Times
- AP World History: Ancient Middle East
- AP World History: Ancient China, Africa, India & America
- AP World History: Ancient Greece
- AP World History: The Rise of the Roman Republic
- AP World History: The Fall of the Roman Empire
- AP World History: The Dark Ages
- AP World History: Early Middle Ages
- AP World History: The Medieval Warm Period
- AP World History: The High Middle Ages
- AP World History: Asia, Africa & America (1000-1300 CE)
- AP World History: The Late Middle Ages
- AP World History: The Renaissance
- AP World History: The Age of Exploration
- AP World History: The Reformation Across Europe
- AP World History: The Enlightenment
- AP World History: Political, Technological, and Intellectual Developments (1750-1914)
- AP World History: Colonialism
- AP World History: Imperialism
- AP World History: World War I
- AP World History: World War II
- AP World History: Industrialization of the Western World
- AP World History: The Cold War and Other 20th Century World History
- AP World History: A Globalized World - 1980 & Beyond
- AP World History: Arts, Literature, and Culture in the 20th Century
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