Modernity In The Modern World

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Modernity it is a macro process of transition from traditional to modern society . Formation of a modern political map of the world began in the early 1800 in Western Europe and may be charachterized as the product of the twin revolutions. European colonization of the New World, the economic and political development of new territories led to significant changes in the political map , Modernization took several centuries (the industrial revolution in England, the strengthening of the bourgeoisie and the acquisition of political power). Modern society includes, in contrast to the traditional predominance of innovation over tradition; the secular character of the social life; progressive (non-cyclic) development; selected personality, mainly focus on the instrumental value; a democratic system of government; the presence of pent-up demand, the ability to produce not for urgent needs, and for the future; industrial, capitalist character; mass education; active psychological makeup; rationality of purposes; preference worldview knowledge of exact sciences and technology (technological civilization);…show more content…
New sources of energy allowed to carry out the mechanization; means of communication have been developed and vehicles. Accelerated development of industrialization in Europe, the XIX century many people have contributed. Due to the development of large empires, especially the British Empire, in Europe there were strong trading opportunities. Growing export markets contributed to the increase in labor productivity gradually began to build modern factories. Acceleration of industrial development in Britain contributed to a significant expansion of the Empire in the 18 century. Industrialization captures all the new areas, from England to Northern and Western Europe, and later she crossed the Atlantic and reached the east coast of the
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