This helped to destroy the empire from within. The government also became more oppressive and authoritarian. In effect, the people opposed it more and more. Another important factor was that the divide between the east and the west weakened the west much more then in the east. Politics played an important role in the downfall of Rome.
The Roman Empire and Han China both went through major declines. The weak central government in both empires played a big role in their decline. Throughout their decline, religion remained as a continuity. However, because they each had different militaries, Rome was affected the most negatively. Invasions hit both empires hard.
Finally, Panasonic went through some rough times, namely in the 1990’s and 2009. These rough times led the company to abandon its old beliefs of worker loyalty, and it closed factories and laid many people off. 1) What were the triggers of cultural change in Japan during the 1990s? How is cultural change starting to affect traditional values in Japan? There were multiple factors that led to the cultural change in the 1990’s.
This made Germany angry as they had coal taken from them and there port was weakened so they were not as strong and economy was damaged. Germany also lost all of it colonies. This meant that germanise empire was destroyed. One of those countries was Samoa which was given to New Zealand. Germany was not happy about losing all this land as it made them smaller, it damaged the economy and they lost colonies to make them look stronger and to help them if another war broke out.
I don’t want to stay cause they might beat me up” (173). An innocent man was ordered to leave to a different town or else the cops threated to beat him up merely because he was native they felt like they had superior power over him to threaten to beat him up. Prejudice is an international issue and in everyway treating a human being as an unequal due to physical appearance and personal costumes is absurd. The discrimination that takes place in both short stories negatively forces change, which is one of the factors for the loss off culture. In order to fit in with society native culture is demolished.
How does Falling From Grace shows us that there are consequences for the decision that people make? In the novel falling from grace a main character, ted is shown to make very poor decisions that lead to devastating consequences some of these decisions that lead to devastating consequences some of these decisions include, leaving grace, not telling kip he found her, giving kip alcohol (golf ball coke) and being untruthful with the police. Ted made a very poor decision by leaving grace and the consequences were that grace almost died, grace has hyperthermia and her family were concerned and worried about her. ‘I hear water on my skin. It’s wet.
A participation crisis entails that the decline in levels of political participation threatens the legitimacy of the current democracy. If the levels are so low, questions may be asked as to whether the people are truly being properly represented by anyone. A key element in favour of there being a participation crisis is the decline in membership to political parties. Since 1951, memberships to political parties has been on a huge decline. The membership for the Tories has decreased from almost 3 million in 1951, to between 130 & 170 thousand in 2011.
Major reason for decline in communal life in the pacific Decline in communal life in Tonga and the Pacific is a result of changes brought about by social, political and economic changes due to more exposure to foreign influences transmitted through various means of communication namely or such as personal contacts digital availability ,televisions, radio, telephones and media prints such as newspaper and magazines Social changes have largely been influenced by foreign ideas that family construction in consist only of husband, wife and children. In direct opposition to our traditional Tongan family construction of not only husband, wife and children but also of the extended families structures such as grandparents, aunties and uncles In political spheres foreign influence attributes to many changes learnt mainly through formal education. Education introduces various or different ideas but mainly democracy and human rights .Communal life there is always a community leader such as nobles for the village and ulumotua for the family or the relations .In contrast to democratic ideas of majority rule. The introduction of money as a medium of exchange influences the traditional communal means of sharing natural resources such as fish and crops to support individual's daily needs. To acquire money brought about the ideas of business ventures where a business is a separate entity from it's proprietors .This idea means that daily needs are no longer looked after by the community as a whole but individual themselves In conclusion we understand with little doubt that foreign influences and ideas are the main contributors to the decline of communal life in Tonga and the Pacific
The Decline of Roman, Han and Gupta Empires The Roman and Han empires declined mainly because of internal problems within the state and epidemic diseases, while the Gupta’s were mainly affected by invasions. Internal problems within the Roman and Han empires one of the main reasons the decline. The Roman and Han were effected by large- scale outbreaks of epidemic diseases that really affected the population of the empires. The Gupta Empire was mainly declined by the invasions by the White Huns then the diseases or internal problems. One of the causes of the decline of the Roman and Han Empire is the internal problems within the state.
Pacific Brands decided to cut costs by moving its operations offshore. Following this decision, 1850 workers lost their jobs. Pacific Brands failed with most of the managerial skills: communication, planning, social responsibilities and ethical behavior. Not only did the management fail to communicate with the workers and the media, but while closing the factories and cutting their Australian workforce, they increased executive salaries by up to 170%. The raise for Sue Morphet was very unethical, damaging Pacific Brands’ reputation.