Assignment 4 is based broadly on your textbook readings and


Assignment 4 is based broadly on your textbook readings and further readings in units 4 to 12. It is to be submitted to your Open Learning Faculty Member by the end of week twelve, if you wish to complete the course within four months. It will be marked on a percentage basis out of a total of 100 marks. This assignment contributes 20 per cent toward your final grade for the course.

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  1. Across British Columbia in the twentieth century settlements, towns, and cities rose—and some fell. Indeed, some were extinguished. Describe and explain that process using specific examples.
  2. Was British Columbia socially, economically, politically, and environmentally distinct in Canada during the twentieth century? If so, why? If not, why?
  3. Divisions along lines of class, race, and ethnicity had social, economic, and political implications for twentieth-century British Columbians. Discuss and illustrate with examples.
  4. Compare the changing roles played by Native and non-Native women in twentieth-century British Columbia.

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