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Study the figural images and canons of Egyptian art. What do you believe was the ethnicity of the Ancient Egyptians? Why? Remember that ethnicity is more than skin color; it involves the cultural identity of a group of people. Keep in mind the geography, religion, culture, and historical period in which this art was produced. What do you see in the artistic conventions that support your position?
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1. There are various factors influencing consumer behavior (see your textbook discussing characteristics affecting consumer’s behavior – cultural, social, personal, psychological…). Select two factors/characteristics and discuss how the target consumer’s behavior can be influenced by the same. Provide examples.
2. Of the four types, what type of buying decision behavior would the target consumer that you described above, represent? Analyze .
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Your text specified some of the changes in the external environment that can provide business opportunities (technological discoveries, lifestyle and taste changes, and so on). Identify some recent changes on current trends in the external environment and the business opportunities they might offer.
Note: Your findings here should be very easy, as we have had numerous evolutionary changes in the business community over the last 50 years. As we look back, it is hardly conceivable to consider the improvements we have made in both human relations and technological advancements
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Pick a job you have held, and describe it in terms of span of control, delegation, responsibility, authority, and accountability
DISCUSSION 5 (Lecture and media included for help but you can research on your own as well)
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What was the “industrious revolution,” how did it shape the colonial economy, and what other factors shaped the development of the colonial economy? Explain your answer with speciﬁc examples from your assigned reading and media.
The Growth of Colonial America – lecture
The French outpost at Biloxi was moved to higher ground in 1720. Here we see both temporary dwellings, thrown up in haste, and a more permanent storehouse to the left, with the entire settlement a hive of activity.
The French Settlement at Biloxi (from Oxford University Press)
As you’ve seen from your readings this week, there was no one colonial experience. Britain had almost total control over North America, and while the French and Spanish had colonies in the New World, they were poorly administered and developed.
Colonists came for many reasons; they came as skilled craftsmen, slaves, indentured servants, convicts, and people seeking opportunities. The colonial make-up was very diverse. However, the British model of mercantilism shaped the economy between Britain and her colonies. The colonies were established to provide raw materials for Britain, and any goods they might produce outside those raw materials were required to go through British ports to ensure they were taxed appropriately. Initially, this was an accepted practice, but we’ll soon see the Navigation Acts, established between 1651 and 1696, were one of the many acts the colonists used as arguments for independence.
From 1700 to 1750, the number of English immigrants went from 250,000 to an astounding one million people. Most of that increase came from non-free immigrants, both slaves and indentured servants. 90% were unfree people . Prior to this period, most of the immigrants came from England, but after 1700, the immigrant population became diverse, including the British isles, such as Scotland, Northern Wales, and as far away as Germany. Each of these immigrant groups brought their own cultures and religious ideas. As we know, the early colonists were Puritans who wanted to purify the Anglican church in England, but after the Enlightenment and the Great Awakening, religious toleration and the acceptance of different religions were more widespread. The population including the slave population increase came from increased birthrates rather than immigration, as men and women married at a young age and produced more children.
The Indian population became more a part of the British Empire. They traded and allied with the British against the French and Spanish. However, as more colonists came to America looking for land, the Indians lost more and more of their land. Eventually, the friendly relationship disintegrated.
Regional diversity also became a factor in the growth of the American colonies. As described in your reading this week, two factors influenced early American economy: the availability of land capital. The northern colonies became more economically diverse and saw a growing merchant upper class, while the southern colonies depended more on agriculture and less on the technology that came with the Industrial Revolution. They came to rely more on slave labor, and their capital became more intertwined with slavery, money crops, staple crops, and land ownership. Most of the free men living in the colonies inhabited the middle-class ranks, most often small landowning farmers. It’s important to realize that land ownership in the colonies was much more common than land ownership in Britain. Regardless of the region, many colonists wanted the “finer” things money could buy and were willing to work or to work others to gain those items.
The founders of the Library Company were eager to bring ordinary people into contact with the world’s intellectual currents.
Library Company of Philadelphia (from Oxford University Press)
By the 18th century, cultural, religious, and intellectual aspects of the colonies were influenced by two separate, but important movements: The Enlightenment and the Great Awakening. The Enlightenment was based on judging the political and social life of individuals on reason. These advocates believed that knowledge could improve the world and, as the printed word became more available, more people were exposed to those ideas.
The Great Awakening was the second to influence the population of the colonists. Ministers in the early 18th century began to worry that the opportunities available to the colonists — westward expansion, the changing nature of an individuals’ engagement with church and its activities, growing commerce, and the influence of the Enlightenment — all endangered their religious life and devotion. According to your reading, the greatest impact was felt in the areas with the biggest changes. Overcrowded cities would see a move toward this more emotional way of worship. Jonathan Edwards, a Congregationalist minister, preached his sermons with emotion and excitement, preaching that it was through a “new birth” away from the sins of their everyday life that congregants would be saved.
These two movements had a significant impact on the future of the colonies. It can be argued that the Enlightenment was the springboard for the discussions of discontent and revolution to come.