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XOitsSARAHtimeXO's picture
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We are having a graded discussion and I'm looking for some ideas. I have some of my own, but I could use some more.

The first question is: Which is more likely to cause change, the movement of poeple through migration/nomadism, or the development of cities? Do different types of change come about as a result of each?
The second question is: Compare the economic changes that occured during the European Renaissance with the economic changes that occurred in China during the Tang and Song Dynasties.

Any input is greatly appreciated! Thanks.

johntannenbaum's picture
Joined: Dec 2007

The later is correct, no doubt. Urbanization brings together many cultures, cultures clash. Without urbanization the industrial revolution never could have happened. As a result of cities, and industrialization, greater class inequality formed, thus Socialist ideas proliferate.

Migration doesn't do any of those.

Part 2: You're on your own, i don't know squat about the Chinese History

friedchickun's picture
Joined: Dec 2007

We had one of those.

I hate them.

[B]“He deserves paradise who makes his companions laugh”Chapter 17, Verses 23-24:D

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32150DruMMer's picture
Joined: Dec 2007

for part 2, the renaissance was a period of creation in europe and during song and tang china they had a similar thing going on because during the song dynasty especially they went from previous buddhism to confucianism, then they also invented many new types of inventions such as gunpowder.

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