Why did women become involved in charity work during the nineteenth century?
There were probably many reasons, but one was the Humanist movement. During the 1200's to 1700's, the only people who mattered were Royalty. Common people were literally no more highly regarded than pigs or cattle. There was no sense that they deserved decent lives, with food, clothing and shelter. It was not supposed (by the educated and literate) that they were capable of feeling pain. If they were sick or in agony, it was assumed to be God's will. During the Humanist movement, women, children, the poor and others who had previously been thought to be sub-human began to be recognized as viable people with real feelings, worthy of a minimum standard of existance. So, the wealthiest women gradually began to help the disadvantaged. This was reflected in the art of the period, which often had women, laborers or children as subjects, unlike previous centuries, when art focused almost entirely on religious subjects, or portraits of the rich & famous.
Was a nineteenth century monk whose hypotheses about inheritance in pea plants have become scientific laws?
How changes in art and literature reflected the issue and characteristics of the late nineteenth century?
Describe how changes in art and literature reflected the issues and characteristics of the late nineteenth century?
Prior to the nineteenth century, games that involved killing animals in some spectacular and cruel way were not uncommon. Bear baiting, in which a chained bear was attacked by dogs until it was killed, was one of these. Most people today seem to believe it is not acceptable that society should allow such events.
This term was not however used to any great extent during the eighteenth century. Its period of popularity was the nineteenth century at which time the classical style of serpentine curves and clumps had become unfashionable. In the twentieth century, the term 'landscape gardener' began to be used by garden contractors.
Why should Christians as well as Muslims and other religion followers become involved in charity work?
Answer A Charity is a virtue that is very well regarded in Christianity. Charity work allows you to help and love those in need. Answer B Charity and Alms giving (Zakat in Arabic) is the third pillar of Islam five pillars. It is one of the ways of promoting solidarity and sympathy among people. Charity is a call of all religion for all people.
Did the structure of the cattle industry become increasingly corporate during the half of the nineteenth century?
Slavery led Americans and Europeans to become involved with Africa by decreasing their population. The Africa's population decreased as the amount of people being put into slavery increased. Also, the transatlantic slave trade affected the African society through the internal slave trade. Antislavery led to Americans and Europeans to become involved with Africa through their crusades. Antislavery reformers wanted to influence the African American into Christianity. The various efforts by antislavery groups began to impact…
Karl Marx and his ally, Frederick Engels did produce ideas in the middle to the end of the nineteenth century that had a good deal of popularity among members of the socialist movement. This of course carried on into the twentieth century. The fall of the Soviet Union, however, has basically placed aside Marx's ideas on politics, economics and philosophy.
Just as astronomy mapped the solar system and universe, chemistry actually has already become the "astronomy of the molecular world." Scientists used macroscopic manipulation of chemicals in the laboratory to learn about and understand the microscopic world of the atom and molecule in the nineteenth century. This knowledge has and must be expanded as the molecular "world" is mapped and manipulated.
The US government became deeply involved in subsidizing business at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in the US, in the early 19th century, through means such as roads, canals and land grants to railroads. The US government became deeply involved in regulating business around the beginning of the 20th century, in response to problems such as abuses by corporate trusts, revelations about dangerous "patent" medicines such as heroin and unsanitary food practices.
Constantine was supposed to have become a Christian on his deathbed. But there are many questions involved in the matter of his conversion, if it happened at all. Constantine was supposed to have become a Christian on his deathbed. But there are many questions involved in the matter of his conversion, if it happened at all. Constantine was supposed to have become a Christian on his deathbed. But there are many questions involved in the…
Psychology is generally credited as having become a science as a consequence of the research undertaken during the late nineteenth century by Wilhelm Wundt, a German physiologist, into physiological psychology, which he documented in successive editions of his 'Principles of physiological psychology'. Consequently scientific psychology originated with physiological psychology.