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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 5, Representing Authority in Victorian India.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The author also believes that new invented traditions have practices that are _______, like saying the American pledge of allegiance.
2. The author claims that invented traditions of the _______ revolution can be classified into three types.
3. In 1877, Queen _______ was crowned Empress of India, effectively removing the last vestiges of power from the Mughal Empire.
(a) Elizabeth I.
(c) Elizabeth II.
4. The official sanction of the Empress of India was established by the _______ of 1876.
(a) Royal Names Act.
(b) Royal Titles Act.
(c) Royal Stewardship Act.
(d) Royal Entitlement Act.
5. According to the author, values and norms are established through ______ in ritual and tie back to the past.
(a) Singular use.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the book, the central figure of the assemblage ceremony was Lord Lytton, the _______.
2. _______ decided that Welsh culture should be preserved and helped develop the invention of a tradition.
3. The author states that the invention of tradition involves _______ and ritualization with reference to the past.
4. The author suggests that all of the concepts in question 26 rest on what he calls social ________.
5. During the ceremony, the British authority in India was said to have been created by ________ to do what native authorities could not.
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