ChAPTER 20 -- Part 10: The World in 1450: Changing
The changes in world empires and trade routes depicted on the trade, now involved more people, more effort, and it began to maps on page 459 and the effects of new naval and military tech help shape political and social systems as well as commercial nologies highlight the distinctive features of the Early Business forms have changed.
European powers are now cre period.
Every major society reacted differently, depending on the new merchant companies formed to organize trade.
These developments led to the introduction of more impersonal management structures.
The unfolding of an ini depended less on kinship relations that had been true of the Muslim phase of globalization and more on new biological exchanges of food and trade during the postclassical period.
The World Shrinks societies that depended on goods imported from distant areas.
The "Columbian network" is a collection of biological exchanges.
There are new diseases and global patterns.
Global travel and communication would be changed by the new technologies and levels of death.
Trade contacts were important, but not as important as they should be.
In contrast to the surge of cultural and political globalization that would emerge later on, there were no internationally new Empires shared games or political standards.
Large political units were formed by the gunpowder empires.
Proto-globalization required huge both advantages and disadvantages depending on the group's resources and expenses.
Those who profited from the new system in the Middle East, southeastern Europe, and Russia would help prepare for more global political traditions in their imperial territories.
The Americas global trade has been included.
The solidity of the multinational approach would make it possible for biological exchanges of enormous consequence.
The new global econ is one of the main developments.
The emergence of new foods from the Americas, like corn and the potato, began to be grown in Asia and Europe.
There are significant shifts in world power.
The world position of western Europe increased most obviously because of the local improvements in agriculture.
New diseases were introduced into Russia by Europeans.
The slave trade was a response to a labor shortage in western Europe.
Changes of the Early Modern period profoundly affected ordi trade, but several Asian societies benefited from the new economy.
Merchants were eager for Chinese goods.
India was able to pay for Chinese goods with silver.
The Chinese government began to require that taxes be paid independence after a major readjustment in the 18th century.
Efforts were unsuccessful as a region during the Early Modern period.
Many Chinese fell deeper into poverty as a result of Western gains.
Cans were seized from homes and subjected to a terrifying shape, thanks to initiatives from several other societies.
Those who survived the voyage were forced to live as slaves.
The growing pressure to work harder was the most general social change of the Early Modern period.
The early mod change is never complete.
As world geography shifted, the world became more crowded and commercial.
Some trade routes help sustain larger families.
Many manufacturers are important avenues of global exchange.
Many societies preserved key features of their past when new forms of race-based slavery were introduced in the Americas.
Labor was a way to demonstrate God's grace, even though tantism preached a work ethic that convinced many people that the spread of world religions was no longer a dominant theme.
The Americas was a major development for many European children.
The rise of Japanese in the 18th century and the influence of science in western Europe could lead to London orphans being sent to work in Confucianism.
Many of the English factories were considered to be indentured servants.
Adults had to work if they wanted to survive in old age.
The gender product was affected by the African slave trade.
The personal balances on both sides of the Atlantic made it hard to work harder and longer.
There were more men than women who supported the changes.
Early Modern was the name given to this period when husbands encouraged African polygamy.
The period has a debate over women's conditions in western Europe that is more modern than its predecessor.
There was little change in the emphasis on politics.
Relations between men may strike a modern chord.
Women in most other societies still adhere to established patri, including the continued dominance of archal patterns.
There were many changes to come in world before technological breakthrough after 1750.