Assess how these motives were used and how the different motives complemented and conflicted with each other.

Colonialism

There were three main motives for colonialism in the late nineteenth century: economic dominance, the so-called “civilizing” mission, and international prestige. After reading Chapter 6 and viewing The Colonization of Africa (Links to an external site.), use specific examples from India, South East Asia, or Africa, address the following items:

Assess how these motives were used and how the different motives complemented and conflicted with each other.
Examine the justifications of these practices for colonization and the role of race.
Jean-François Klein discusses the French use of what Europeans termed “pacification” campaigns. After reading “Pacification”, an Imperial-Process (Links to an external site.), explain what this term meant in the context of colonization, and how Europeans, who were relatively small in number, were able to conquer such vast areas of land and peoples?
After reading Chapter 6 Section 4 in the course textbook and African Resistance to Colonial Rule (Links to an external site.), explain some of the ways local people could and did resist colonialism.
Referring to Chapter 6 Section2 in the course textbook, what role did gender play in Empire and Colonialism?
Assess the impact of colonialism on the local inhabitants. What benefits did colonialism bring and what were the negative impacts?
Topic B: The Palestine Mandate and French and British Mandate System in the Middle East

One of the often overlooked consequences of WWI was the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, which had lasted since 1299. In many ways, we are still living with the aftermath of the Ottoman Empire’s collapse. Refer to Chapter 7 Section 1 in the course textbook, and the following required resources.

The Great Arab Revolt (Links to an external site.)
The Making of Transjordan (Links to an external site.)
A Century On: Why Arabs Resent Sykes-Picot (Links to an external site.)
Then in your initial post, address the following items:

Explain how the events of World War I resulted in the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.
Examine the impact of the Arab Revolt and the Sykes-Picot Agreement.
Examine how British and French management of former Ottoman territories impacted the Middle East, including Palestine.
Assess the impact of the Ottoman Empire’s collapse and that of the British and French divisions of Ottoman territories.
Assess the impact of this history on the events we see today.

What type of sentencing model would you use to sentence the offenders?

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What actual sentence would you impose (type and time)?
What are the goals of sentencing that are associated with your decision?

Scenario #1
Sam Smith is 19 years old. He was convicted of an armed robbery of Wachovia Bank on 125th Street in North Miami. During his robbery he possessed and displayed a firearm but did not fire the gun. He took $100,000.00 from the bank. No one was injured as a result of the robbery. He has accepted responsibility for his actions. He has no previous criminal history.

Scenario #2
Jennifer Lopez is 45 years old. She was convicted of sexual exploitation of a minor. She basically prostituted her 11 year old niece of whom she was the legal guardian. Maria made her niece have sexual relations with hundreds of men in the Homestead area. Maria has not accepted responsibility and she does not believe that she did anything wrong. Maria does not have a criminal history.