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Analysing the Chinese Revolution Second Edition (digital)

Analysing the Chinese Revolution Second Edition (digital)
AUTHOR(S):
Trevor Sowdon
REGION:
Victoria
LEVELS:
Year 12
SUBJECT AREA:
History
EDITION:
2nd Edition
ISBN:
9781108734226
PUBLICATION DATE:
22/07/2015
Price:   AUD $49.95
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The Analysing Revolutions series now includes new sources and up-to-date exam-style questions, Interactive Textbooks that bring history to life and a new American Revolution title. These full-colour editions continue to provide the very best support for VCE studies, as students develop a broad and detailed understanding of the process of revolution, and analyse and reflect upon the political, social and economic causes and consequences.

  • A range of engaging sources for analysis, including eyewitness accounts, visual representations and primary documents, combined with compelling narrative passages to cover the new VCE study design for implementation in 2016.
  • Opportunities to explore arguments and perspectives from a range of historians by introducing students to current and past scholarship.
  • A wide variety of analysis activities and focus questions enhance understanding and help develop the key skills required to think like an historian.
  • Chapter summaries and exam-style extended-response questions help students consolidate and reflect on their learning, in order to prepare fully for SACs and the exam.
  • The included Interactive Textbook offers interactive activities for student revision as well as a range of other rich content.

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Foreword by Ross Smith
Language Guide
Background: China’s Characteristics


PART 1: CAUSES OF REVOLUTION
THE PATH TO CHANGE
1 Fall of the Qing Dynasty 1851–1912
2 Fragile Republic to Warlord Era 1912–1927
3 The New Movements 1915–1927
4 The Guomindang 1923–1928
5 The Chinese Communist Party 1920–1934
6 Life Under the Guomindang
7 The Long March 1934–1936
8 War With Japan 1936–1945
9 Civil War to Red Victory 1946–1949


PART 2: CONSEQUENCES OF REVOLUTION
THE NEW SOCIETY
10 ‘Liberation’ – The Early Years 1949–1956
11 One Hundred Flowers 1957–1958
12 The Great Leap Forward 1957–1959
13 Mao Moved Aside 1959–1966
14 Cultural Revolution 1 – Chaos Unleashed 1966–1969
15 Cultural Revolution 2 – Fall of Lin Biao 1969–1972
16 Cultural Revolution 3 – Mao’s Death 1972–1976

PART 3: THE REVOLUTION IN RETROSPECT
17 The Deng Era 1981–1997
18 Historians’ Points of View
Appendix
Key Players
A China Filmography

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The Analysing Revolutions series now includes new sources and up-to-date exam-style questions, Interactive Textbooks that bring history to life and a new American Revolution title. These full-colour editions continue to provide the very best support for VCE studies, as students develop a broad and detailed understanding of the process of revolution, and analyse and reflect upon the political, social and economic causes and consequences.

Education Publishing Awards Australia 2016 highly commended - Student Resource - Senior - English/Humanities/Arts/PE



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Trevor Sowdon

studied Chinese history at Latrobe University. From 1983 to 1984 he taught at Fuzhou University. Trevor has taught the Revolutions course, had various articles published in ‘Agora’ and presented at HTAV conferences. He has also lectured Revolutions students on behalf of the HTAV and Engage Education.