Introduction In the first two decades of the twentieth century, the world experienced change that radically impacted in all aspects of human life socially, politically, culturally and economically. Advances and innovations in technology and science further transformed the state of commerce and industry in making life much easier for all people in societies. Visual art and design also experienced a series of creative movements that questioned long-held values and approaches to organizing space as well as the role of art and design in society. Among the modern and first art movements that occurred during these early decades of the twentieth century were cubism and futurism, which directly influenced the graphic language of form and visual communication (Meggs & Purvis 2012:256). The essay will be comparing, contrasting and going into detail about these two art movements in terms of their origins, philosophies and methods of creating art, distinguishing characteristics and their method of relating the subject and viewer in time and space.
Machines came into existence to simplify the art. In the immediate years, before the war the modern designers had started to increase and just after the war, societies industrialized. Between the wars there was a period of a comfortable modern life filled with new technologies, new experiments and new possibilities. The war bought dynamic changes into people’s lives and thoughts. With the growth of modern design and its acceptance in the society new schools were brought up to teach the technology and industrial materials.
Moreover, television gave exposure to people regarding their legal rights, civic duties and educated them regarding a number of subjects. On the other hand, the globalization in the 21st century assumed huge proportions because of the dotcom revolution that shook the entire global structures. The advent of Internet and the modern forms of communications equipped people with immense information and the flow of ideas was universalized (Haugen and Mach, 2010). This development gave rise to the idea that the planet had now become a unified global community because of the ease of access and relentless flow of information and communication between the citizens of different countries. A pertinent example of the applicability and pertinence of the modern communication systems is the Arab Spring.
Unions often work like a democracy by holding elections for officers to come up with resolutions to give workers more power in their jobs ("Labor Unions"). Since their conception, labor unions have positively affected the lives of the American worker. Throughout the years, numerous labor unions have developed to enhance workers’ lives. The American Federation of Labor founded in 1886. From then, many other organizations were created such as the Women’s Trade Union League, which was formed at an American Federation of Labor (AFL) Convention in 1903.
The Industrial Revolutions impact on Britain’s society Progress in technology and the economy led to big changes in society during the industrialization. The industrial revolution started in Britain at the end of the 17th century, and caused increasing population, wealth and power. How were the working conditions for, people and children? How was the living conditions for the less wealthy? What caused the urbanization?
Chelsey Dolder Margaret- Ann Adorjan History 1152 4 March 2018 19th Century America There were many changes in America in the late 19th century. New technologies made it easier and faster for companies to produce and sell goods, bringing more opportunities for work to the poor population, thus making the United States seem as if it had a better way of life than most other countries. With the changes in America came the rise of the labor movements and growth of urbanization which were two main factors that came from the changes in American in the late 19th century. The labor movement brought many changes to American employment opportunities in the late 19thcentury, Industrial, agriculture, and technological growths were causes behind these changes. Industrial growth brought many changes to the transportation systems in the last 19th century.
During the Industrial Revolution, we see many new inventions, ideas, and cultures be created and established. All these changes contributed to the growth of economic power in the United States. This growth allowed the formation of big business to rise. All these factors have played a huge role in how we see our daily lives today. They helped us create laws and social norms that we follow today.
Entering the 21st century, there are several aspects of human life seems to come to its changing point. The main reason that change today’s generation pattern of life are because of technology. Technology has altered the way we as humans live which is our perceptive of the way things work and also the way we interact with one another. It is no wonder that technology which was opposed during old times is now received among the society since it brings many benefits to us. For instance, educations nowadays are a lot more effective with the presence of technology.
As time progressed and human development increased rapidly, communication has been manipulated in many ways, the latest of which has been classified as the technological period (Weiser, 2002). Therefore, with the ever increasing dependence on technology, communicationin the 21st century has changed to incorporate technological advances. In this technological advance state of life, communication is now more global, faster and revolutionizing system such as the education system (Mayhew & Media, 2014).
The credit of this change goes to the Entrepreneurs around the globe who have brought innovation in the services/products, brought new organizations into existence and even changed the means of production. The entrepreneurs introduced new and latest technology for more productive uses and thus brought about the reallocation of resources for optimal utilization. Many innovations have brought about a change in the society and altered its style and way of living.The introduction of many services has also given rise to new service industries. India, during its 40 years of independence 1947 to 1980’s developed its entrepreneurial capabilities in the basic industries like steel, fertilizers, rail wagon building, locomotives, cars, cement and chemicals and so on. All these