How might the rise of guilds have impacted the economic life of europeans?
a. guilds released serfs from feudal bonds.
b. guilds organized production and trade in growing urban areas
c. guilds promoted social organizations providing spiritual support to members.
d. guilds created levels of society that lasted until the protestant reformation.
A. Socialists were more interested in drastic political and social
a society that is typical of modern industrial civilization and heterogeneous in cultural tradition, that emphasizes secular values, and that is individualized rather than integrated —contrasted with folk society.
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rapid urbanization and unsanitary conditions
C) URBAN CHARITY ORGANIZATIONS
d. all of the above.
all of these answers are correct given that the kings and noblemen comprised the ruling class and were at the top. A large number of people worked as farmers given that the societies were largely agricultural. The urban craftsmen were skilled and supported the elites.
i think its B
aorry if im wrong
It insisted that charity workers live in slum neighborhoods to better understand the living conditions of the poor, is the right answer.
A social movement began in the 1880s in England and the United States that intended to establish settlement houses in poor urban areas came to be known as the Settlement-House Movement. The main objective of this movement was to bring all the classes of society to live together in an area. This movement insisted that charity workers would live with the workers sharing their knowledge and culture and to better understand their living conditions. This living together aspect of the charity workers with the poor distinguishes the Settlement House Movement from the other urban social-welfare movements.
Option C, urban charity organizations, is the right answer.
A religious movement arose during the second half of the 19th century, is known as the social gospel movement. Ministers belonged to the Protestant branch of Christianity, started to attach salvation and good works unitedly. They argued that people must follow the life and ideas given by Jesus. The main motif of the social gospel movement was to improve the economic, social and moral conditions of the working class of the urban centers. Therefore, it gave emphasis on the need of urban charity organizations.
the answer is C.) urban charity organizations.
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a. guilds release...