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INSTRUCTOR’S MANUAL/TEST BANK
to accompany
RHOADS MURPHEY
A HISTORY OF ASIA
Fifth Edition
prepared by
Christopher Gerteis
Coastal Carolina University
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pedagogical purposes and the needs of other instructors who rely on these materials.
Instructor’s Manual to accompany Rhoads Murphey, A History of Asia, Fifth Edition
Copyright ©2006 Pearson Education
All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Instructors may reproduce portions of this book
for classroom use only. All other reproductions are strictly prohibited without prior permission of the
publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews.
ISBN: 0-321-35742-6
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE ……………………………………………………………………………….1
THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS...................................................................................... 2
INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................ 3
Monsoon Asia as a Unit of Study
CHAPTER 1................................................................................................................ 6
Prehistoric Asia
CHAPTER 2.............................................................................................................. 12
Asian Religions and Their Cultures
CHAPTER 3.............................................................................................................. 20
The Traditional Societies of Asia
CHAPTER 4.............................................................................................................. 27
The Civilization of Ancient India
CHAPTER 5.............................................................................................................. 35
The Civilization of Ancient China
CHAPTER 6.............................................................................................................. 44
Medieval India
CHAPTER 7.............................................................................................................. 50
Early and Medieval Southeast Asia
CHAPTER 8.............................................................................................................. 57
China: A Golden Age
CHAPTER 9.............................................................................................................. 63
Early, Classical, and Medieval Japan and Korea
CHAPTER 10............................................................................................................ 72
Mughal India and Central Asia
CHAPTER 11............................................................................................................ 79
New Imperial Splendor in China: The Ming Dynasty
CHAPTER 12............................................................................................................ 86
The West Arrives in Asia
CHAPTER 13............................................................................................................ 94
Manchu China and Tokugawa Japan
CHAPTER 14........................................................................................................... 102
The Rise of British Power in India
CHAPTER 15........................................................................................................... 111
The Triumph of Imperialism in Asia
CHAPTER 16.......................................................................................................... 121
Subjugation, Nationalism, and Revolution in China and India
CHAPTER 17.......................................................................................................... 130
The Struggle for Asia, 1920-1945
CHAPTER 18.......................................................................................................... 140
Revival and Revolution in Japan and China
CHAPTER 19.......................................................................................................... 150
Korea and Southeast Asia in the Modern World
CHAPTER 20.......................................................................................................... 161
South Asia: Independence, Political Division, and Development
CHAPTER 21.......................................................................................................... 170
Asia at the Start of the Twenty-First Century
PREFACE
Most instructors have some academic background on at least one country or region of Asia
but may not be learned in all regions and time periods. This instructor’s manual assumes
that the instructor possesses little or no knowledge of the subject.
We hope this manual will help instructors use A History of Asia to its full potential by
allowing them to shape its use around a course (e.g., South Asia one semester/year, East
Asia the next, or all of ancient Asia and then the modern era) as needed.
Each chapter of this instructor’s manual is divided into four sections:
1. Outline of Main Ideas. This section identifies primary ideas, figures, and events
contained in the respective A History of Asia chapter. After a chapter has been read, the
chapter outlines can provide a review of key points.
2. Questions for Class Discussion. These questions, not included in the main text, are
intended to provide instructors with supplemental information about certain topics for
discussion and/or stimulate student interest in further research.
3. Essay Questions. These questions, also not included in the main text, may be used in
class discussion and/or exam format. Basic answers can be gleaned from the text but
may be supplemented by additional research (as the result of a homework assignment)
or in the course of discussion between students.
4. Multiple Choice Questions. The multiple choice questions have been designed for use
in testing or for reading quizzes. They emphasize basic factual recognition and analysis.
THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS
Questions for Class Discussion





Where is Asia relative to where we are now? East or West? North or South?