Asked in Colonial America, Salem Witch Trials
How did the church and government change after the Salem witch trials?
The only change in the church was a decrease in its power over the government. The only change in the government was the sudden lack on religious influence. ...
Asked in England
What important change had taken place in England by 1585 how did this change influence the history of your country?
It had became a Protestant country in which the Bible was freely available to all. How did this change influence the history of your country?... The Bible had an influence on the men and women who came to America as if it was a way of government. ...
Asked in Sociology
What are the different ways that culture change can occur?
I think that one reason culture changes is that the population of a country or area of a country changes. Different cultures bring their traditions and beliefs with them. The media also plays a role in culture change, the way they present different cultures has an influence on us also. ...
Asked in Jobs & Education, Sociology
What are the factors that influence change in culture?
People are the biggest factor that influences culture change. The government can also change culture, and the way different generations teach the generation under them can affect the development of culture. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between monochromic and polychromic cultures?
Polychromic cultures determine when it is time to change from one activity to the next based on how they feel. Monochromic cultures determine when it is time to change activities based on clock time. ...
What is the influence of the climate change in the seasonal distribution of climate?
what is the influence of climatic change in the sesenal distribution of climate ...
Some of the factors that change cultures are?
A change in government, being invaded by an outside nation(military), significant environmental changes will affect it as well (i.e. - a loss of water supply would change a farming community to possibly a nomadic or hunter/gatherer community). ...
What does a lobbyist do?
Lobbyists rally and try to influence or change a decision made by a higher authority such as the government. In law, people lobby to influence a decision to their likings, in a sense twisting the law to the way they want it to b and are willing to fight for it. ...
How can people influence the government policy agenda?
A nation's policies, laws and regulations are all part of any government's goals and agendas. In a democratic nation, citizens can change such policies by the voting process, and by petitions to government officials. ...
Asked in Colonial America, Founding Fathers
How did the way people lived in the 1770's influence our government today?
They taught us how to serve the common good, and how to have civic virtue. the people's actions including electing leaders and republican government made a big change in our government today. ...
Asked in US Constitution, Political Office Holders
Explain how the federal government uses grants to increase its influence over the states?
The federal government can't make the states change their laws, but they use grants as incentive for the states to make the states laws what the federal government wants. They offer grants for the roads for states to change the speed limit on highways to 65 mph. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Government
How do societies change and influence government?
This is almost a "which came first, the chicken or the egg ?" question. Do societies bring about governments or do governments bring about societies. I would venture to say they are interrelated. They need and build from each other. Close examination will, usually, show that the two are related in such a way as for the society to influence the type of government that will evolve. Or, for the government to influence the evolution and development of a society. Trying to separating the two...