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IndEuropeWorld(2) - Industrial Europe and the World...

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Industrial Europe and the World Developments in the 19th Century
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Consequences of Dependency Benefits to industrial regions --Creation of markets for manufactured goods --Limits competition by controlling access to markets --Easy access & control over dependent regions
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Consequences of Dependency For dependent regions: -- Loss of wealth -- Obstacles to economic development Suppressed industrial development Skewed development Limited access to technical training/skills -- Emergence of dual economies Social/Political conflict
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Consequences of Dependency Negative consequences for industrial regions (?) Expense of controlling dependent regions Redistribution of wealth towards elite Reduction of market incentives for innovation
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European Culture Mid-Late 19th Century
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European Culture: Mid - Late 19th Century Science and “Scientism” Growing faith in scientific rationality Romantic critique a minority position Secularism Declining cultural influence of religion Declining political influence of religion Progress and Optimism
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