Week 12 - Responses to Changes
Week 12 - Responses to Changes ST 150 - 20
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Date Created: 11/22/15
Responses to Changes in Society Continued Romanticism react against rapid change popular early 14th century 0 Dominate in arts trend will uctuate visual philosophy poetry 0 Reaction against bad changes or changes are too slow 0 Revolt against Enlightenment ideas largely pessimistic 0 Escape look to nature middle of nowhere the past middle ages fairyfolk tales dark stories dreams love religion experience drugs alcohol and opium death 0 Architecture towers rounded edges middle age looking 0 19605 were romantic feeling it Nationalism passion for country or people 0 A lot like romanticism stir the emotions 0 Get new government take down the invader Communist Manifesto well for revolution predicting a revolution of the working class seizing control 0 Pretty hard to follow 0 Workers rise workers own all elements of business people will be paid based on need work based on skill no private property government disappear and religion disappear Imperialism drive to get control of territory 0 1884 Berlin Conference who occupies territory claims it o In Asia and Africa 0 Japan is involved late in time don39t want to pushed around 0 United States 2 minded about imperialism They could keep expanding and keep up with others security speed liberty Not an empire no interest 0 Reasons why traderesources sell stuff back to countries power of nationalism military security religion civilize countries
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