Notes Gradual vs Revolutionary Change

Notes Gradual vs Revolutionary Change - -Revolutionary...

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Gradual vs. Revolutionary Change (2) Gradual change occurs when a main idea or goal is imposed slowly. Revolutionary change occurs when a main idea or goal is immediately enforced. -Gradual change is good because it allows time for adjustments and is easy to follow. -Gradual change is bad because it takes a long time, see no immediate results.
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Unformatted text preview: -Revolutionary change is good because there are immediate results.-Revolutionary change is bad because it is hard to adjust to and may cause a revolt. Gradual change examples:-Women rights movement-Industrialization Revolutionary change examples:-Abolition of slavery-Agricultural revolution...
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