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Exploring Emerging Democracies: Preparing Pre-Service Candidates for
Exploring Emerging Democracies: Preparing Pre-Service Candidates for
Collaboration
Collaboration
Introduction
Introduction
Kievan Rus
Kievan Rus
Kievan Rus’—Ethnic Background
Kievan Rus’—Ethnic Background
Golden Age of Kiev
Golden Age of Kiev
Reign of Vladimir to Mongol Invasion
Reign of Vladimir to Mongol Invasion
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Cossack Era
Cossack Era
Russian and Austrian Rule
Russian and Austrian Rule
Ukraine in WWI
Ukraine in WWI
Soviet Ukraine (Ukrainian Soviet Republic)
Soviet Ukraine (Ukrainian Soviet Republic)
Ukraine in WWII
Ukraine in WWII
Soviet Ukrainian Identity
Soviet Ukrainian Identity
Exploring Emerging Democracies: Preparing Pre-Service Candidates for
Exploring Emerging Democracies: Preparing Pre-Service Candidates for
Ukrainian Independence
Ukrainian Independence
Exploring Emerging Democracies: Preparing Pre-Service Candidates for
Exploring Emerging Democracies: Preparing Pre-Service Candidates for
What are the components of Cultural Identity
What are the components of Cultural Identity
One Culture
One Culture
Commonly Overlooked
Commonly Overlooked
Language Laws
Language Laws
Language in Ukraine
Language in Ukraine
Question
Question
Viktor Yushchenko-President
Viktor Yushchenko-President
Viktor Yanukovych-Prime Minister
Viktor Yanukovych-Prime Minister
January 2005
January 2005
January 2006
January 2006
In 2007
In 2007
Let’s reflect
Let’s reflect

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1 Exploring Emerging Democracies: Preparing Pre-Service Candidates for

Exploring Emerging Democracies: Preparing Pre-Service Candidates for

teaching in a Global Society

Farizeh Bedaiwi, Micheal Bruno, Eric Loesch, Trey Mitchell, Jessica Philibert, Erin Reardon, Patrick Sheehey, Samantha Western

2 Collaboration

Collaboration

3 Introduction

Introduction

What do you feel defines your national identity? Do you feel you have a strong national identity?

4 Kievan Rus

Kievan Rus

The Importance of the first settlers in the Ukraine Present day countries that compromised Kievan Rus’: Ukraine Western Russia Belarus. Different cultures and ethnicities made up Kievan Rus This area was first settled in 860 A.D. by a Scandinavian Band of peoples known as Varangians.

5 Kievan Rus’—Ethnic Background

Kievan Rus’—Ethnic Background

Slavic principalities Rurik Dynasty- first dynasty in Kievan Rus Beginning of the pattern of foreign influence on the area

Principalities of Kievan Rus

6 Golden Age of Kiev

Golden Age of Kiev

Competetion for rule over Kievan Rus This competetion for the throne led to much violence amongst the Kievan Princes Suffering through political, cultural, and economic turmoil Vladimir the Great (980-1015)

Vladimir the Great

7 Reign of Vladimir to Mongol Invasion

Reign of Vladimir to Mongol Invasion

Shift in religious believes Byzantine Christianity, the national religion Yaroslav the Wise (1019–1054) Powerful, but still vulnerable Soon the principalities formed again as individual entities End of Kievan Rus’- 1240.

8 Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth

Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth

Ukraine fell under Polish Rule Religious divisions Nobles=Catholic Church Peasants=Eastern Orthodox Church Enlightened Monarchy Stefan Batory

Stefan Batory

9 Cossack Era

Cossack Era

Cossack soldiers offered increased salary for their involvement in the Polish and Lithuanian war against Russia Poland went back on their word Bohdan Khmelnytsky and the Treaty of Hadiach

Example of Cossacks

10 Russian and Austrian Rule

Russian and Austrian Rule

Western Ukraine falls under Austrian rule and the rest of the Ukraine falls under Russian rule Due to the Russo-Turkish Wars, Ottoman Empire lost southern Ukraine Nationalistic spirit reflected in creative arts Nikolai Gogol Massacre of Talerhof

11 Ukraine in WWI

Ukraine in WWI

Divided in the war Ukraine caught between the falls of the Russian and Austrian Empire Between 1917 and 1918 Ukraine in anarchy Polish-Soviet War- Western part of Ukraine goes to Poland and the central and eastern parts go to the Soviet Union

12 Soviet Ukraine (Ukrainian Soviet Republic)

Soviet Ukraine (Ukrainian Soviet Republic)

Ukrainian National Idea Cultural Revival- “Korenization” Orthodox Church Economic Policies Collectivization Famine (1933)

13 Ukraine in WWII

Ukraine in WWII

Nazi Germany + allies invasion of Soviet Union in 1941 “Liberators” A sovereign ‘Greater Ukraine’ Resistance Soviets “save” Myth Death and Destruction

14 Soviet Ukrainian Identity

Soviet Ukrainian Identity

Identification (by Ukrainians) with Soviet Union Discrimination under Soviet Union Soviet Russian Leaders-trusted and identified with Ukrainians More than any other nationality (since the Jews in the 1920’s) Independence Desire

15 Exploring Emerging Democracies: Preparing Pre-Service Candidates for
16 Ukrainian Independence

Ukrainian Independence

On July 16, 1990 the Verkhovna Rada of Ukrainian SSR adopted the Declaration of State Sovereignty of Ukraine. A referendum and the first presidential elections took place on December 1, 1991. That day, more than 90 percent of the Ukrainian people expressed their support for the Act of Independence, and they elected the chairman of the parliament, Leonid Kravchuk to serve as the first President of the country.

17 Exploring Emerging Democracies: Preparing Pre-Service Candidates for
18 What are the components of Cultural Identity

What are the components of Cultural Identity

Literature, Folklore, Customs, Music, Art, Social Attitudes and Language

19 One Culture

One Culture

Ukraine is made up of the following ethnic groups: Belarussians, Bulgarians, Crimean Tatars, Hungarians, Jews, Poles, Romanians/Moldovans, and Russians. These ethnic groups have various cultures which derive from the same common family

20 Commonly Overlooked

Commonly Overlooked

Language as a component of National Identity. Can these differences cause a split of the country or ethnic separation?

21 Language Laws

Language Laws

Language Laws were passed shortly after the 1991 vote of Independence. Many of the ethnic groups within Ukraine did not fully support such laws. Some groups believed it gave too much leeway allowing Russian to be spoken unofficially. While others did not want to be forced to speak a language foreign to them.

22 Language in Ukraine

Language in Ukraine

Native language (according to annual surveys by the Institute of Sociology of the National Academy of Sciences):

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

R

34.7

37.8

36.1

35.1

36.5

36.1

35.1

38.1

34.5

38.1

35.7

34.1

Spoken language in family (at home) (according to annual surveys by the Institute of Sociology of the National Academy of Sciences)

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

R

32.4

32.8

33.1

34.5

33.4

33.6

36.0

36.7

33.2

36.0

34.3

36.4

R/U

29.4

34.5

29.6

26.8

28.4

29.0

24.8

25.8

28.0

25.2

26.3

21.6

23 Question

Question

Will this cause a split in the U.S. if it becomes a one language country or a bilingual country.

24 Viktor Yushchenko-President

Viktor Yushchenko-President

Our Ukraine Bloc free market economy pro-West foreign policy support from Western Ukraine Ukrainian nationalism

25 Viktor Yanukovych-Prime Minister

Viktor Yanukovych-Prime Minister

Party of the Regions largest party in parliament support from Eastern Ukraine support of close ties with Russia defends government of a few strong economic and political groups

26 January 2005

January 2005

Yushchenko was sworn into the presidency. He won a re-vote against Yanukovych after the results of an initial presidential poll favoring Yanukovych were thrown out by the country’s Supreme Court following allegations of fraud.

27 January 2006

January 2006

The parliament voted to dissolve the government. Yushchenko, the president, criticized the constitutional changes that limited his authority as president and expanded the authority of parliament. He called for an entirely new constitution.

28 In 2007

In 2007

To make peace the President (Yushchenko) appointed his opponent from the elections in 2005 (Yanukovych) as prime minister. Power struggle--President vs Prime Minister/parliament government is at a stand still because there is a question as to which group has more power the president or the parliament

29 Let’s reflect

Let’s reflect

Why didn’t this happen in the US after independence but it can happen in the Ukraine? How can this crisis be solved? Does this crisis matter in the wider world? If so, how?

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