Perhaps its also worthwhile considering the poem "The White Mans Burden" by Rudyard Kipling when answering this question.
The poem (possibly sarcastically), espoused some of the "official" motivations behind the behaviour of the British Empire of his era.
Essentially the theme is that more developed nations have a moral obligation to take control of less developed nations and show them how to created a "civilised" society.
While this motive is based on bias and arrogance, its intention is positive.
The motives for 19th century European imperialism were the expansion and increase in power of different countries.
economic and ideological
There is no positive effects of imperialism.
the english ate fish with onions
Economic, Political, Religious, Land.
What were the positive and negative effects of imperialism in Cuba?
the treaty of tordesillas
The four motives for New Imperialism were: Economic. Strategic, Humanitarian, and Foreign Investment.
ideological, political, economic, exploratory, and religious
to look for new land and to find new material.
Economic Military Political Ideological Religous Exploritory
Expansion of territory, the taking of wealth , resources and labour- The same motives as in any other period.
The motives for imperialism in Africa is that Africa was considered primitive and left uncolonized by the Mother Countries. Africa was a battlefield for the Mother Countries for any raw materials, because the Mother Countries were running low of raw materials after the industrial revolution.
In brief, the motives for imperialism in Africa and China were nationalism, paternalism, humanitarianism, social Darwinism and expanded markets (which was the most influential motive).
no, it was very positive on them.
what's positives and negatlves about imperialism effects in british
The quest for new farmlands
There was only one positive efffect of imperialism in Latin America, and the positive effect is Latin America had gotte new materials, or objects, and resources to work with.
Imperialism was more negative in India because it destroyed India.
it was sweet :)
that thay defeted them with all what thay had