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How did the Enlightenment affect people's attitude towards political authority?
One of the results of the Enlightenment was that people began to think for themselves. This resulted in many people questioning the absolute authority they were used to living under. People no longer believed that kings ruled by divine right.
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People in Germany liked Hitler because he promised things he couldn't really give and people believed him. The German people were locked into a lose-lose situation the day Hit…ler came into power. READ ERAGON, AND ELDEST!!
The same as anywhere if the price is right and I need it I will buy it.
Odds are high, that no one in the US ever heard of Vietnam, in 1939. In fact, most people never heard of Vietnam in the (early) 1960's until a man's draft notice came in… the mail.
It convinced them to declare their independence from the king and set up new republics in all the states.
Elzbieta would support any political organization that helped put food on her family's table.
Cockney has been looked down as inferior by many, being percieved as less friendly and trustworthy, less intelligent and less hardworking. However in a survey of 2000 cockney …was voted joint 5th coolest accent in Britain and also it can be positively viewed as straight forward. Since 1909 it has been accepted as a variation of the english language rather than an inferior one.
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It made people racists which still occurs today. The slaves were downgraded to the status of property and thusly were owned. They weren't even second class citizens. They were… animals that justified why they were treated so horribly. Just recently in American history were the colored able to mix with the white. It made people think they were dumb, undeserving, and basically nothing. Clearly that's not the case, but that concept is still around today.
What is social perspectives factors can affect people's views and attitudes towards death and dying?
The social perspectives of a service user can be worry and think of loss of relation ship of his family ,community, worry about how their family will cope emotionally
The people who went though the black death, after this incident the attitude they carried was hedonistic attitude. This means that they were thrilled.
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What is cultural perspectives factors can affect people's views and attitudes towards death and dying?
· Service users may feel more comfortable if there culture is still present while they die · Service users may only want medicines which are used in their culture
What is cultural perspective factors can affect people's views and attitudes towards death and dying?
Cultural Perspectives may include: - a dying persons religion - language - traditions - their preferences towards medical interventions.
Firstly you have to forget the romanticised idea of a highwayman. They did not rob only from the rich. The real highwayman was simply an armed thug and the common people woul…d have thought of them as we do today about criminals. they would have shown levels of interest from disgust through to nonchalance about them. Dick turpin who has been enshrined as a gentleman thief was actually a burglar, deer poacher and horse thief. Our concept of the highwayman is mostly governed by Hollywood who portrays them as a debonaire smartly dressed rogue whom women swoon over. In fact Turpin was an ugly pockmarked thug who was only brought to fame as a character in 19th century pocket books. Ask yourself what do you think of gangs who commit crime today and you will have something akin to the way people thought of highwaymen in the 17th century.
To the extent that science existed during the age of enlightenment it was accepted more than in earlier periods.
It caused Europeans to question the divine right of kings to rule their subjects. /