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18th Century to 21st Century
Transcript of 18th Century to 21st Century
Their fashion symbolized the more excessive your fashion the higher your status. 18th Century Fashion Today’s fashion is used as a way to express yourself at times.
more expensive clothing can still symbolized higher status in the class system but it is mostly an opening to show personality and uniqueness. What is Culture?? Culture is the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively, as human achievements progresses culture changes as it has from the 18th century to now in the 21st century. About The Culture of 18th Century First, In the 18th century a feeling of obligation to society was dominant then.
People of the Enlightenment believed that shared beliefs were more important than personal opinion.
Public life mattered more than one’s private life. Facts Between the 21st and 18th Century A second important area of contrast between the 18th and 21st centuries is manners or dignity.
People of the Enlightenment believed that a well-defined code of manners and behavior was necessary to allow men to live in harmonious groups. Language Language is very important and always has been an important factor in every time period. Simply because language is how we communicate with others.
Although there has been a significant change about the evolution of language between 18th and 21st century the one factor that has stayed constant is that English is still spoken
In the 18th century words we use to communicate with one another meant total different things than they do now. Sources www.history.org/history/teaching/enewsletter