Socail Changes Notes Essays

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social changes Changes: * Civil rights movement: gave the African Americas the constitutes “rights” and who holds them has changed over time * Lawyers movement: range of factors external to the law itself shape legal outcomes. It suggests how citizen engagement at the state and local levels can advance social change. * Landless movement:led by the military dictatorship which then fenced rights and freedoms of the whole society. A design that heralded the "modernization" of the countryside when, in fact, it encouraged the massive use of pesticides and mechanization, based on abundant rural credit * Pan- Africaism: when they Emerging from the exchanges between the two camps, the Organization of African Unity (OAU) was formed in May, 1963. Throughout the twentieth century, cultural Pan Africanism weaved through the political narrative – the Harlem Renaissance. * Taisho period: with the Political Upheaval change came the growing social change engendered by the influx of Western popular culture together led to the passage of the Peace Preservation Law (1925), which forbade any change in the political structure or the abolition of private property.

Important events
Civil rights movement: The turning point of the Civil Rights Movement was the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955-56.
Lawyers movement: October 28, Ali Ahmed Kurd's victory against the government backed candidate with a big margin, made a good for the movement and now the lawyers are claiming to show their strength in Islamabad today (Monday) under the leadership of Kurd.
Landless movement: In Brazilian constitutional history, land reform – understood in terms of public management of natural resources- was first explicitly mentioned as a guiding principle for government action in the text of the Constitution of 1967 (Article 157, III), which wanted to institutionalize a political authoritarian consensus in the wake of the 1964 coup.
Pan- Africaism : The Fifth Pan-African Congress was held in the Chorlton Town Hall, Manchester, from October 13th—21st, 1945. Some two hundred delegates holding mandates from political, social and trade union organisations, attended. Dr. W. E. Burghardt DuBois, the eminent Negno scholar and writer, was unanimously elected International President of the Congress.
Taisho period: Yoshihito was proclaimed crown prince on November 3, 1889, after the deaths of his two elder brothers, and ascended the throne on July 30, 1912 | | | | | Social change summary: At the beginning of the century, discrimination based on race and sex still existed in general society.