Dbq Questions On The Africa Unit Global 2 Homework

721 words - 3 pages

Name _______________________________________ Global History & Geography 2
DBQ Activity/Apartheid
Directions: Read the following documents and answer the questions that follow in full sentences.
Document 1
Native Laws Amendment Act, Act No. 54 of 1952, Union of South Africa
. . . 29 (1) Whenever any authorized officer has reason to believe that any native [black South African] within an urban area or an area proclaimed in terms of section twenty-three— (a) is an idle person in that—(i) he is habitually unemployed and has no sufficient honest means of livelihood. . .he [authorized officer] may, without warrant arrest that native or cause him to be arrested and any European police officer or officer appointed under sub-section (1) of section twenty-two may thereupon bring such a native before a native commissioner or magistrate who shall require the native to give a good and satisfactory account of himself. . . .
Source: Native Laws Amendment Act, Act No. 54 of 1952, Digital Innovation South Africa online (adapted
1. Under the Union of South Africa Act No. 54 of 1952, what could happen to a native person
who was habitually unemployed? [1]
Document 2
Natives (Abolition of Passes and Coordination of Documents) Act, Act No. 67 of 1952, Union of South Africa
. . . Any policeman may at any time call upon an African [black] who has attained the age of
sixteen years to produce his reference [pass] book. If a reference book has been issued to him but he fails to produce it because it is not in his possession at the time, he commits a criminal offence and is liable to a fine not exceeding ten pounds or imprisonment for a period not exceeding one month…
Source: Leslie Rubin and Neville Rubin, This is Apartheid, Christian Action, London (adapted)
2. Under the Union of South Africa Act No. 67 of 1952, what penalty could be given to a sixteen-year-old or older African black if he failed to produce his reference book?
Document 3
This excerpt is based on Peter Abrahams’s memories and his conversation with his black South African boss, Jim.
. . . When Jim left his...

Other Essays On dbq questions on the Africa unit - global 2 - homework

Was the Rape of Nanjing an Act of Genocide? - Roslyn high school/ Global History - Assignment/ Homework

761 words - 4 pages Aaron Moses 4/24/17 Global History 2 Period 6 Was the Rape of Nanjing an Act of Genocide? The Nanjing Massacre is said to be one of the worst incidents of mass extermination that occurred during World War II on December 13, 1937. It is also known as “The Rape of Nanking,” where in a duration of six weeks, over 260,000 Chinese civilian lives were lost to Japanese soldiers. Men and women were tortured, raped, sexually mutilated, and murdered in

Billy Elliot; Questions on the film - Mercy College - Assignment

2838 words - 12 pages his talent. The tension increases as Billy and his father answers questions left and right as to why Billy should be able to attend this school. They were left unsatisfied with his answers. As they leave one examiner asks Billy one last question “How does it feel to dance?”. Billy doesn’t answer at first, then he replies with passion “it feels like there is a fire within you”, “it feels like electricity.” In this moment there was an absence of

The zodiac killer unit 4 assignment - purdue global cj101 - apa paper

766 words - 4 pages 2 THE ZODIAC KILLER The Zodiac Killer Michaelene Donaldson Purdue university global Running head: THE ZODIAC KILLER Running head: THE ZODIAC KILLER The Zodiac Killer The Zodiac killer was a serial killer who stalked Northern California from December 1968 through October 1969. The killer named himself Zodiac in a series of letters he sent to local newspapers and police but never revealed his actual identity, he would send the letters in code

The Americas Unit 2 Study Guide - Lynbrook U.S. History - Study Guide

3054 words - 13 pages Unit 2 Study Guide  What was Reconstruction and to what extent was it a success and failure (1863-1877)?  I. Reconstruction  A. The period during which the United States began to rebuild after the Civil War  B. Process the federal government used to readmit the Confederate states  II. Lincoln’s Ten Percent Plan  A. South would be readmitted to the Union if 10% of its voters swore an oath of allegiance to  the Union  B. Angered Radical

Loguc Test Review for the unit 2 test in Mr. Arocke's class - St. Augustine S.S. U Philosophy - Review For Test

1649 words - 7 pages picture to the big. Example of Induction: If you played soccer two days ago and that evening had a sore knee, AND if you played soccer yesterday and last night you had a sore knee AND if you play soccer today and tonight you have a sore knee, you would most likely assume through induction that if you play soccer, you will have a sore knee later that same day. 2. Explain Aristotle’s three laws of thought-must be able to define it and give examples? The

The effect of forensics on the research of type 2 diabtes mellitus - University of Southampton - Essay

3828 words - 16 pages  analyse a lot of data  In conclusion, neither technique can reliably identify an offender but they can help the police to narrow the field of possibilities.    Offender Profiling 2: Bottom-Up Approach (3) Canter suggested having two categories of offender is too simplistic as all crimes have some organisation, so profiling should focus on individual characteristics. He developed the bottom-up approach. Information is gathered from the crime to

English 101 research essay on the topic of fossil fuels/global warming - English 101 - Research Essay

947 words - 4 pages concerns as it produces a large amount carbon dioxide, which has greatly contributed to global warming. All above considered, we, as a collective people living on Earth, should make it our personal responsibility to reduce the amount of fossil fuels and excess waste we emit into the environment. Although we can easily point out the negatives of fossil fuels, we cannot neglect to acknowledge their several advantages, which include their high

the effects of domestic and global free trade on australian polocies - lurnea hs/ economics - assignment/ report

1195 words - 5 pages Analyse the effects of domestic and global free trade and protection policies on the Australian economy. Australia has had a long history of protection in the manufacturing sector where tariffs and quotas have been used to shield domestic firms from direct imports competition. Much of this protection was put in place after Federation in 1901 when Australian governments used a policy of protection from imports to develop the manufacturing sector

Chapter 2 The Beginnings of Personality Theory - CSUCI PSY 317 - Homework Assignment

460 words - 2 pages Chapter 2 The Beginnings of Personality Theory Sigmund Freud · Grew up in the sophisticated, but anti-Semitic, city of Vienna · European culture and sexual repression · Was the indulged family favorite · Attended medical school at the University of Vienna · Performed research in the laboratories of Ernst Brücke and other distinguished professors · Neuroanatomist, neurophysiologist Hysteria and Hypnosis · The brilliant Charcot’s neurological

is global warming happening right now, and is it causing climate shifts on the earth? - english 101 - research paper

3230 words - 13 pages , Holli. "Global Warming: Feature Articles." NASA Earth Observatory: Home. 3 June 2010. Web. 08 July 2010. .  "Snow and Ice Cover." Environmental Science: In Context. Ed. Brenda Wilmoth Lerner and K. Lee Lerner. Vol. 2. Detroit: Gale, 2009. 741-742. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Gale. Butler County Community College. 7 July 2010 Tomizuka, A. "Estimation of the power of greenhouse gases on the basis of absorption spectra.” American Journal of Physics 78.4 (2010): 359. Research Library, ProQuest. Web. 7 Jul. 2010.  ERHABOR 10 Weaver, R. "Sensory Overload over Global Warming.” Journal of Forestry 106.7 (2008): 398-399. Research Library, ProQuest. Web. 7 Jul. 2010.

The Dust Bowl based on a document-based question - History - DBQ

772 words - 4 pages known to be the greatest cause was humans. All humans were not necessarily the cause of the Dust Bowl though. The Dust Bowl of 1935 was actually caused by farmers, those that we looked on to for food were becoming the reason for our deaths. Farmers did not have an intention to hurt anyone however, they were forced to do what they did, after all, at the end of the day they had families, just like you and me. They were forced by the Great

Similar Papers

Give Me Liberty Chapter 5 And 6 Review Questions Us History 2 Homework

1153 words - 5 pages Katherine Murawski Professor Tonks US History 201 2 March 2019 1. Tom Brokaw​: ​"They were not just brave in a military sense, they were intellectually brave." What does he mean? Based on your reading and the video clip, why was the American Revolution much more than just a military battle? What role does education, intellect, and economics play in our fight for independence? In the video “American Revolution” by the History Channel, Daniel

Assessment Task 2 On Tuberculosis Monash South Africa Assignment

2628 words - 11 pages , 13(2), e0192276. Blair, J., Czaja, R. F., & Blair, E. A. (2013). Designing surveys: A guide to decisions and procedures. Sage Publications. DeBarr, K.A. (2004) A review of current health education theories. Californian Journal of Health Promotion, 2, 74-87. Department of Mineral Resources. Presidential audit on health and safety in the mining industry. Pretoria, South Africa: Department of Mineral Resources; 2008. Girdler-Brown BV, White NW

These Are Letters Based On The Peter Goldsworthy's Maestro. This Was A Creative Task Overnewton Anglican Community College. English Unit 1 This Was A Homework Assignment.

2183 words - 9 pages hasn’t taken me long to realize that law studies are just not for me. Mum and Dad will be furious, but I just don’t care. The music teachers are at me to focus on my music and that is what I am going to do. But these teachers bore me to death with their basic knowledge as I have more skill in my little finger, compared to what other piano players have with their ten fingers. They are nothing like you as teachers. See, it is not hard to give out

Dbq On The Era Of Exploration And Its Effect On The Native American World History Research Paper, Dbq

1702 words - 7 pages Quan Ha 4/5/18 Terry World History DBQ The age of exploration is a period of expedition that started around the 15th century and ended around the 17th century. This period Impacted the Europeans in tremendous ways. With its impact on geography, including the findings of new continents. New discoveries of methods of navigation and mapping, and the introduction of new staple diets like corn, and peanuts. The Native people that the Europeans had