Chapter 14 Review Social

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    New Ideals

    New ideals were not accepted untill much later, tradition dominated.
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    collective rights

    people were starting to identify themselves more as individuals by the end of this time period.
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    Clothes

    Dress codes based on status
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    family size

    NW-nuclear
    E-bigger
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    shelters

    shelter were made because of uncared for kids
  • Period: Oct 30, 1500 to

    shift

    science shifts society away for traditional beliefs in all powerful dieties
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    witches

    witch hunts increased as people suspected women of using magic against the new scary science. As this happened, some fled back to tradition.
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    riots

    discontent with statuses
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    increased

    migration to big cities
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    women

    more domesticated
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    Slavery

    Increase in slaves and plantation economies.
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    Slaves

    African influence increases.
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    food

    sugar important
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    Influence

    Increase in public opinion.
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    Workers

    More People allowed to work because of general amnesty
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    Organization

    Napoluean organized his estate like a family farm
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    Feminism

    Rises and falls
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    Degradation

    Very high in eastern Europe.
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    Cholera

    Struck all classes, making a demand for cleanliness, so people would be happy and not revolt.
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    Children moved out earlier

    Children moved out earlier.
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    Housing

    Government sees housing is a growing problem and tried to fix it.
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    film

    charlie chaplain makes war commidies
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    Bicycles

    Appeared in clubs and races. Increased freedom for women.
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    War

    Required women to work in factories, and thus be more liberated.
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    Neo-orthodoxy and liberal theology

    arguments over the diviness of G-d, led to Roman Catholic reform.
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    Women in the Workforce

    More married women in the workforce.
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    Environmentalism

    The German Green group an other parties bring the environment to the political forefront.