The Advanced Technology of Ancient China, Japan and Maya By: Victoria Nienhuis Throughout history, the advancement of science and technology has had a clear impact on the development of civilizations. You may ask yourselves, “How have these technological advancements helped the world?” What you may not know, is that the discoveries of these civilizations have affected all areas of life greatly, in ways that you see in everyday life, yet not give any notice. These advancements have helped ancient Maya, China, and Japan contribute to the world today. Through the development of technology, these three ancient civilizations were able to greatly influence the world around them and continue to do so today through the invention of gunpowder, ancient China, the samurai, ancient Japan, and the calendar, ancient Maya. The advancements of ancient China have had one of the largest impacts on the world.
Ancient Civilizations and Their Inventions Ancient cultures have shaped who we are today. A lot of the inventions they created thousands of years ago we still use today in our everyday lives. By being aware of the lives and the creations of our ancestors, we can better understand our place in the world. What we would do without these inventions is unimaginable. Three of the major ancient civilizations that created important inventions are the Sumerians, the Chinese, and the Egyptians.
For MKC, they understand the culture and when they do they embrace it and that is how they have become successful. Culture has to be very important to each company and they have to adapt to its standards otherwise the company would not be successful. MKC followed this strategy and is successful in more than 15 countries and without understanding different cultures and the needs of different women, MKC would have had very hard time in all countries. Even after continuing the penetration into the market, MKC continues to understand the changing the culture of each country and changing needs to each woman and could look at the demographics of men using the products also in future. In China, MKC’s party style of sale does not work well as the people in China do not like to bring people into their home for social gathering so MKC will have to change their sale strategy.
he wrote that woman only worked to make money not for personal freedom. after studying the era of industrial revolution in class and reading the two different points of view whether or not did the industrial revolution lead to a sexual revolution y totally agree with Edward shorter.employment opportunity impact woman's life economically, psychologically and socially. due to this woman had more freedom and a new perspective of sexuality. from edward shorter poin of view, the view about how woman being independent economically due to the industrial revolution led to a sexual revolution can be proven in several ways. it is a fact that illegitimacy rate period coincides with the period of industrialization.
Initially, gunpowder made several changes through history, starting with making the state of warfare completely different. Militaries started using gunpowder as a key component for their weapons. Starting with using it as a propellant for unguided rockets and to shoot the cannon. The Chinese were the first to come across gunpowder therefore they had hands on gunpowder which enhanced their weapons greatly compared to others (Gunpowder.c-1). The Chinese’s discovery of gunpowder gave the Chinese a great advantage, going into any type of war, and after awhile they were ahead of everyone else in warfare.
They have suffered inequality in the areas of justice, educational opportunities, economical position, social freedom, political rights, and violence as well. Recently, increased international relations advocate for women’s rights and empower women in the MENA regions. International organizations have successfully empowered women in these regions. However, as the societies of the MENA face the challenging processes of social change, inequality towards women remain as the biggest obstacle. Therefore, as a contemporary issue in international relations, women’s rights in MENA can effectively be addressed from a liberal perspective.
In China, many schools of thought and great thinkers created ideas that shaped both the country as well as a more general understanding of life itself. These different ideas contrasted each other severely at times and combined to form new ideas at others. All the while, these schools of thought casted an important influence over the people of China as well as its rulers. Amongst these schools of thought was Taoism, a religion that took form during the fourth and third centuries BC and that served to create an important counterpart to other philosophies and religions that emerged around the same time. Following Taoism from its inception to its evolution throughout the centuries, one can see that it is quite a paradoxical idea at times.
Ancient Chinese Contributions China has been the source for many ancient Chinese contributions and inventions. Some of the contributions have been invaluable to society over the years and continue to shape the modern world. It is estimated that half of all basic inventions originally came from China (Gail, 2002). Identification of some of the most useful contributions of the ancient Chinese will be provided. Furthermore, explanation of why four ancient Chinese inventions are believed to be the most ingenious and innovative will be discussed, and one invention will be identified as the one that I could not live without.
What still remains of Victorian era? : SEXISM Victorian era goes from 1837 to 1901. Ruling values of the time such as purity and goodness were rigorous and extended among all Victorian social classes. From a sociological point of view, Victorian era could be described as a man’s world in which women where regarding to a dependence on a male jurisdiction: They were controlled by every single external individual and entity: from law and clerical personalities to parents, relatives, husbands, and even younger brothers; as long as they were man, they were able to manage a woman’s life, instead of the woman being able to control her own life. In fact, the social perspective towards women was based on submission and passivity.
However, by the time of his graduation, Sun believed that whilst the Manchu dynasty still existed, China would remain corrupt and backwards. His experiences abroad shaped his political ideas as at the beginning of the 20th century, the West were advancing and modernising their countries quicker than Sun’s own country of China. He toured Europe and America in hope to raise funds for the “Save China League” and made attempts to start a revolution against the Qing for example, the unsuccessful uprising in Canton, 1895. Sun worked hard travelling around to different countries, gaining more foreign funds and support. Sun Yatsen influenced the Chinese with his Three Principles – Nationalism, Democracy and Socialism and later in 1905; he formed the United League which was a revolutionary