Change is inevitable. Even in todays day and age we deal with change every day. But if fact everyone has a different way of dealing with those changes. Liberalism, Romanticism, Feminism, and Social Darwinism all had their own individual ways of thinking and dealing with what was happening around them. Each way different, but as unique as the next.
Liberalism became popular during the Industrial revolution especially with Factory owners, as the demand for workers was always much less than the supply. Capitalism was all the justification they needed to operate their factories and deal with their employees as ...view middle of the document...
Throughout this modernization it brought about many major changes in the way society lived. One of the many influences was the awakening of the female mind. With the rapid changes being brought about in the financial industry and the woman movement, a lot of attention was being brought to this all around. The typical role of woman that everyone was used to; the traditional submissive, dependent and the childbearing quickly changed to the modern woman demanding equal rights, authority, and independence. Modernization changed the roles of woman. They became more of what we see today. It is for these woman we have to thank for where we are right now.
Socialism was basically a response to the industrial revolution. It came about as workers didn't like the conditions in which they worked in. Workers lost control over their own working lives, and had to work for someone else. They had to do what they were told to do, and when they were told. All for a little pay or maybe not even any at all. The main idea of socialism came up as a reaction to this, the way the ruling class treated the working class. Socialists believed that workers should be their own bosses. They believed workers should not work to make others rich, but instead work to make themselves rich and in power. As a result to this socialism backlashed to help the workers. They wanted to give them back control over their lives and the work that they used to enjoy.