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Title The White Man's Work in Asia and Africa
Author(s) Aston, L
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1907
Document Type Pamphlet
Place of Publication London, New York
Publisher Longmans, Green
Library Cambridge University Library
Reference 2m6l/129008
Region South Asia, Africa, South America, Europe
Names Leonard Alston
Places India (pp6, 9-10, 12, 40, 42-43, 53, 56-58, 71, 84, 97, 102), Assam (p102), South Africa (pp82, 102, 106), Benares (p11), Guinea Coast (p51), Uganda (p68), Madagascar (p68), Asia, China (pp10-11, 39, 80, 97), Peking (p11), Japan (pp11, 44, 69), Arabia (p31), Abyssinia (p31), Latin America, Brazil (p31), England, Brighton (p11), London (p80), Belgium, Brussels (p11), North America (pp50-51, 65, 82, 85, 92, 106), Caribbean, West Indies (p65), Australia (p92), Mauritius (p111), British Guiana (p111)
Topics progress and development of indigenous people, anthropology, world politics (p3), Christian propagandism (p3), international trade (p3), servile labour (p3), labour (p105), Chinese Empire (pp8, 98), Indian Empire (pp98, 103), Hinduism (pp9, 24, 28, 40, 42-43, 58), Islam, Mohammedanism (pp31, 65), 'Aryan' (p9), religion, missionary work (pp19-23, 40, 52, 66), missionaries (pp19-23, 53, 56, 63, 72-73), Buddhism (pp20, 55, 136), ideals of Christianity (pp22, 44, 47, 50), "history of Northern Christianity" (p32), Christian education (p58), influence of Christianity (p108), slavery (p50), industrial training (p51), training in agriculture (p52), Western virtues (p53), chapters, 'Christian Ethics and Philosophy in Relation to the Lower Races' (pp19-66), 'Administrative Difficulties in Relation to the Task of Reformation' (pp67-92), 'Economic and Political Considerations (pp93-136), "African's attitude towards Christianity" (p65), caste-system (pp71-72, 129), child-marriage (pp71-72), Ethiopian Church (p77), intermarriage (p85), "Iron Law of Wages" (pp95-97), famine (p101), commodities (p120), malaria (p120), democracy (p125)
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