vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Which was not a global effect of industrialization A. growth of monoculture in less-developed countries B. expansion of European colonization in Africa and Asia C. end to the inequitable system of dependent economies D. new division of labor between Western and non-Western workers
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paki
  • paki
Tectonic activity has increased at an accelerated rate since the early 1700's, just about the time of the industrial revolution. The rise in atmospheric CO2 levels is directly attributed to the increased tectonic activity which raised the atmospheric CO2 levels. It is an illusion that the industrialization has caused atmospheric CO2 levels to rise.
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  • vera_ewing
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vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
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paki
  • paki
@vera_ewing what you think about the answer here... ?
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
I think B.
paki
  • paki
no
paki
  • paki
new try please....
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Why isn't it B?
anonymous
  • anonymous
C. end to the inequitable system of dependent economies
paki
  • paki
Your question says "not a global effect".... so not B... bcz expansion of European colonization leads this effect....
anonymous
  • anonymous
This excerpt says it all "China, Egypt, and India all became dependent economies, powerless to chart their own course, unable to industrialize on their own, and reliant on for- eign producers for manufactured goods. By the end of the nineteenth century, Western industrialized nations had achieved outright political control over most of Africa and Asia."
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
So the answer is C?
paki
  • paki
not C.... growth of monoculture in less-developed countries is not the global effect... .so will go for A....
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Okay. Thanks.
paki
  • paki
my pleasure...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thats incorrect.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Answer is C
paki
  • paki
not C...
anonymous
  • anonymous
The claim is an "end to the inequitable system of dependent economies"
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Which was NOT a global effect of industrialization?
anonymous
  • anonymous
This was not an effect global industrialization
anonymous
  • anonymous
Employment in less-developed regions centered on agri- cultural production or the extraction of natural resources. This system granted no opportunity for economic development in the source countries. In addition, growing large quantities of a single crop over a wide area, a process called monoculture, is disastrous to the natural envi- ronment. Monoculture devastates habitats, exhausts the soil, and fouls streams with runoff. Moreover, reliance on only one resource can produce an economic catastrophe if it should fail.
paki
  • paki
NOT a global effect so A is correct one...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Monoculture was a global effect.

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