Barron's AP World History

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Barron's Educational Series, Feb 1, 2010 - History - 491 pages
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This newly updated manual presents two full-length model AP World History exams with answer keys, plus detailed advice on answering the comparative essay question, and helpful strategies for answering the test's multiple-choice and document-based questions. An extensive subject review covers the following general areas:

  • Foundations of World Civilization (8000 B.C.-1000 A.D.)
  • World Cultures Maturing (1000-1450)
  • World Cultures Interacting (1450-1750)
  • World Cultures in the Modern Era (1750-1914)
  • The 20th Century and Contemporary World Cultures (1914-2009)
 

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Contents

How to Use This Book
3
MODEL ADVANCED
7
MultipleChoice Question Strategies
9
Continuity and Change Over Time
28
FOUNDATIONS
37
Geography Environment
43
Major Societies Kingdoms
53
Social Structure
71
WORLD CULTURES
223
Intellectual and Cultural Currents
239
Economic Theories and Movements
245
The Middle East
257
India and Southeast
273
SubSaharan Africa
279
Revlution
287
Political Consolidation in Latin America
293

Jj Religious Traditions
79
Review
95
WORLD CULTURES
101
Feudalism and the Manor System
107
The Crusades
114
The Renaissance
121
China Japan
129
Feudal Japan and the First Shogunates
135
1Q The Mongol Empires
143
WORLD CULTURES
163
Reformation
171
The Printing Press the Scientific Revolution
177
Age of Discovery Age
183
Islamic Empires
189
Feudal War and Reunification in Japan
195
SubSaharan Africa
203
The Americas
209
Review
215
Review
297
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
305
World War I
315
Militarism and Revolution in Asia
331
World War II
337
The Cold War
349
Recovery in Postwar Europe
362
Africa
370
Latin America
378
Social Trends and Movements
385
Integration or Fragmentation?
395
Environmental Issues
401
Model Test 1
417
Answer Key
439
Answer Key
475
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John McCannon is Assistant Professor of History at Norwich University.

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