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Modernization in the United States and the Global Community
How does modernization manifest itself in U.S. society?
Truly, modernization in the United States began in earnest with the inception of the Industrial Revolution in the late 19th and early 20th century. Accordingly, it would manifest in direct concordance with the imperatives of a laissez faire economy. The technological and commodity oriented production boom that, nearing the turn to the 20th century, instigated the period known as the Industrial Revolution, would initiate the widespread modernization of America's urban centers. These would be the basis for a mode of expansion that enabled capitalism to ultimately achieve its intended pale of influence over the world. The growth of the world's economy came to include formerly imperialist colonial powers, independently thriving former colonies and massive commercial operations, creating a direct association between the capitalist principle of 'open competition' and the flourishing of modern infrastructure, consumer intuition,….
IMF Staff. (2000). Globalization: Threat or Opportunity? International
Medoff, P. & Sklar, H. (1994). Streets of Hope: The Rise and Fall of an Urban Neighborhood. South End Press.
Smith, Adam. (1776). An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. London: Methuen and Co., Ltd.
Modernization of Russia and Japan
Russia and Japan, were among the only dominant powers in Asia, still were states with declining feudal economics and feudal survivals in the middle of 19th century. Feudal system of relations prevented countries from a gradual and progressive development, made unable the development of market relations and establishment of equal opportunities for international trade. he growing class of businessmen or bourgeoisie in both countries felt those limitations and wanted to break outdated system of relations. he contradictions of monarchic governments with the interests of bourgeoisie and common people came to the turning point nearly at the same time in both countries: in Japan in 1867-1868 and in Russia several years earlier in 1860-1861. he Crimean war of Russia against urkey and coalition of France and Britain showed its inability to resist to the main European powers, showed the failure, bankruptcy and great crisis of the state's….
The development of capitalism in Russia was rapid as well. In fact Russia achieved nearly the same results as "old Europe" but in several decades, while for European states it took centuries. The reforms that occurred in state's system had liberalized the country, made it open for foreign investors and established civil liberties. Still peasants didn't get any advantages from the reform, if not taking into consideration personal liberty, but still they were dependent as their land belonged to landowners, former serf-owners. Feudal survivals in agricultural sphere prevented developed of farming, and progress in agriculture was not so obvious as it was in industry. In fact, Russia, which was known as "granary" of Europe, lost its positions, as it had to compete with cheap wheat of Argentina, Canada and the U.S.A. From another side rapid development of industry was not gradual, as it divided country into predominantly industrial regions and predominantly agricultural. Southern part of Russian Empire (Ukraine) and coastal regions of the Black sea were rapidly industrialized as they were rich in coal and iron. The development of metallurgy, machine building was the main article of country's export, industry was developed in St. Petersburg region and Moscow as well. In all the rest regions the development of industry was not observed in such rapid temper. Russia's capitalism was different from Japanese, as import of foreign capital to the country dominated over capital's export; most of Russian objects of industry belonged to German, French and English businessmen. The lack of effective means of communications and transportation system also prevented from general country's development, making Siberia and eastern borders of empire outdated and economically backward. Russian government didn't assist national business, which resulted Russia's dependence on European super-states, turning it into developing state, a raw materials supplier of the West.
That's why we can make a conclusion that even though capitalism and modernization in Japan were made by conservative methods, they achieved greater results both in economical growth and military strength. Japan's geographical position, it's relatively small territory and wide coastline caused it's favorable economic position as well making it open either for Asian markets or for developing pacific markets of the U.S.A. Russia had economical orientation only to Europe.
Military backwardness of Russian army, of state's ineffective government and isolation of its eastern territories caused it's defeat in the war with Japan in 1904-1905, making Japan the only dominant power in the region with permanent presence of the Asian continent.
(oach, 2002) The tourist associated IT bursts such as Advanced Traveler Information Systems -- ATIS entail the customer such as mobile passengers having tourist data digitally. The data may be constant of a previous record or flow of current data by real time. The subject matter may incorporate prices, routes, schedules, nobilities, time of arrival of the next vehicle, availability of particular location equipment. Data could be entailed on the tourist vehicle, at the tourist stop, accessible via the net or collected via phone. Automatically generated travel schedule consultants are incorporated in this group. ATIS system incorporates internet browsing, audible enunciators, digitalized cell phone and land telephones, kiosks as well as tourist targets having digitalized information. (Paniati, Hynes, 2006)
The automated electronic payment mode also has enhanced experiences of clients with regard to the advanced transportation which is under the impact of advanced IT. This permits the user or agency….
Baily, Martin N; Brian, James. 1994, "Information Technology: The Key to Service
Performance" Brookings Review, vol. 12, no. 3, pp: 32-38.
Daly, Nicholas. (1999) "Blood on the Tracks: Sensation Drama, the Railway, and the Dark Face of Modernity" Victorian Studies, vol. 42, no. 1, pp: 18-24.
HP News release. (2010) "Air Transport Specialist SITA Selects HP to Add New
Yet there was no smooth transition. Ohara designed a new penal system following the Western panopticon model in which prisoners were subject to pervasive surveillance. otsman analyzes Ohara's "Rules" to show how the subjectivity of prisoners was constituted.
Ohara laid out careful rules for the location and living grounds for inmates down to the material details. Inside the prison, otsman says, "complete and perfect order was to reign."
The building should be a cross design with a central watchtower, wings, and an interior clear of obstacles to enable easy inspection. There should be careful distribution of bodies, each "housed in his own separate cell."
What is important is that the "Rules" reflected broader social change. They mirror Edo's transformation through traffic flow, commerce, and clearing slums for air circulation and hygiene. Simultaneously, a new police force monitored the public. otsman writes, "Of greatest direct relevance for Ohara's vision of space in the….
Botsman, Daniel V. Punishment and Power in the Making of Modern Japan. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2005.
Burns, Susan L. "Contemplating Places: The Hospital as Modern Experience in Meiji Japan." In New Directions in the Study of Meiji Japan. Edited by Helen Hardacre and Adam L. Kern, 702-718. Brill's Japanese Studies Library. Vol 6. Leiden: Brill, 1997.
Gluck, Carol. Japan's Modern Myths: Ideology in the Late Meiji Period. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1985.
Hardacre, Helen. "Introduction." In New Directions in the Study of Meiji Japan. Edited by Helen Hardacre and Adam L. Kern, xiii-xlii. Brill's Japanese Studies Library. Vol 6. Leiden: Brill, 1997.
Modernization of the Chinese Government and Democracy
In the past 35 years, China has experienced significant transformation and modernization of its democracy and governance. This modernization process was brought by the death of Mao Zedong, the founding father of the People's epublic of China and the Chairman of the country's Communist Party since 1943. Prior to his death, Chairman Mao had started a Cultural evolution in 1966 in attempts to revive socialism in the country and eliminate capitalistic corruption and bureaucratic inflexibility. The initiation of the Cultural evolution was preceded by several political and social campaigns that urged Mao to propel the country towards the much anticipated socialism, which was regarded as a promised paradise. Following Mao's death, China has experienced considerable transformation due to socialism, which has in turn resulted in modernization of the Chinese government and democracy. The other changes brought by socialism include economic transformation to an extent….
Coase, R. & Wang, N. (2012). How China became capitalist. New York, NY: Palgrave
Coase, R. & Wang, N. (2013, February). How China Became Capitalist. Retrieved April 9, 2015,
The word "modernize" is defined in the American Heritage Dictionary as: to make modern in appearance, style or character; to accept or adopt modern ways, ideas or style. If we utilize this definition to explain modernization, we can assume that the term refers to the application of such an action in a particular instance. At any given point in time, "modern" pertains to the latest developments in the area of discussion.
The modernization of a culture is often a difficult undertaking; the degree of difficulty involved corresponds to the rate at which that culture has developed. One of the most incredible modernization processes in the world's history occurred over less than half a century, in the still-enigmatic country of Japan.
Long History of Tradition
hen Japan is mentioned to the typical esterner, it conjures images of Geisha girls and dragons; samurai and shogun. Japan remained shrouded in mystery, in the eyes of….
Busch, Noel F. The Horizon Concise History of Japan. New York: American Heritage Publishing Co, Inc., 1972
Christensen, Maria. "The Meiji Era and the Modernization of Japan." (article on Suite101.com)
Clough, Ron. "Samurai, Shoguns & the Age of Steam." History Today. Nov99, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p. 35
Modernization is rooted in the needs of human existence and is the embodiment of human beings' desire to pursue a high level of existence. Modernization is a tendency toward rationalization, that is, various uses of reason to control and overcome nature and the environment. The process of modernization begins in the Western world; it is a broad historical process of changes that takes the birth of industrial civilization as its origin and impetus, and contains political, economic and social contents. The needs of human life have different spheres, which are finite in quality but infinite in quantity. The realization of the needs of a lower sphere will arouse the needs of a higher one and the realization of the latter will give birth to the needs of a yet higher sphere; the process is endless. We can treat history, in this sense, as the process in which the needs of….
Heyman, J.M. (1999). Consumption in Developing Societies. Retrieved June 15, 2005, from Encyclopedia of Life Support System
Web site: http://www.library.arizona.edu/ej/jpe/consumpt.htm
Pipes, D. (1991). Taiwan in Japan's Footstep. Retrieved June 15, 2005, from Daniel Pipes
Web site: http://www.danielpipes.org/article/208
Modernization, industrialization, and urbanization transformed the geographic and cultural landscape of America. One of the most visible changes to American society during the late 19th century came about in the form of race relations. Whereas slavery itself represented the antithesis of modernity, modern industrial technology fueled the slave-based cotton industry and further entrenched slavery in the American South. Whereas the North capitalized on modern industrial technologies to diversify its economy and create a more competitive and highly skilled labor force the South focused on the cotton gin almost exclusively. The South did not embrace the social, political, or philosophical tenets of modernization and this was a fundamental reason for the Civil War. Ultimately, modernization helped to dismantle the slave-based economy in the South, allowed African-Americans to enter the labor force, and created a more socially diversified nation.
The initial phase of modernization was tough on African-Americans. The cotton gin made the….
Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey and its first elected president, was born as Mustafa on March 12, 1881 in Salonika or Thessaloniki, in Greece which was then under the Ottoman Empire. His father, Ali eza Efendi, was a customs official who wanted his son's education to take place in a secular school. However, his father died while he was still a child. It was his mother Zubeyde Hanim who brought him up at his uncle's home in the countryside and later in his aunt's house in Salonika. While in primary school, one of his teachers gave him the surname "Kemal" meaning "perfect, by which we know him today. Mustafa Kemal joined military school in Salonika and later on in Manastir from where he finished his high school. In 1899, he joined the infantry division of the Military Academy at Istanbul. On completion of his training in 1902, Mustafa….
Atabaki, Touraj and Zurcher, Erik Jan. Men of order. (I.B.Tauris, 2004), 45.
Banani, Amin. The modernization of Iran, 1921-1941. (Stanford University Press, 1961), 27.
Boroujerdi, Mehrzad. Triumphs and Travails of Authoritarian Modernization in Iran.
[Online]. Available from: http://www.fis-iran.org/en/irannameh/volxx/authoritarian-modernization 5 April, 2009.
In this regard, Latham (2000) emphasizes that modern societies such as the United States "could actively create institutions affecting the social life of an 'emerging' country. In addition to providing external investment, the "advanced" state could furnish scientific technology and training, provide instruction in the virtues of democratic systems, help produce more efficient forms of business organization, and even instill a new spirit of rationality" (p. 66). The downside of such assistance, though, is that, "Countries on the receiving end have little choice in the matter" (Latham, 2000, p. 66). Consequently, the people of developing nations who are on the receiving end of modernization initiatives may view such interventions with a great deal of ambivalence. According to Snyder (2004), there is a great deal of ethnocentrism involved in the efforts by developed nations to enforce modernity on developing countries. In this regard, Snyder advises, "People in the West regard….
Huffman, W.E. (1999). Modernizing agriculture: A continuing process. Daedalus, 127(4), 159-
Latham, M.E. (2000). Modernization as ideology: American social science and 'nation building' in the Kennedy era. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
Mirsepassi, a. (2000). Intellectual discourse and the politics of modernization: Negotiating
modernity in Iran. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.
This makes the modernization of ports to better handle the growing number of containers a priority for many private as well as public concerns, and ports themselves can no longer remain competitive if they cannot make these modernizations (Peters 2001).
This brings up a final point about the need for port modernization. The availability of fast domestic ground transportation, both on rail and truck transport systems, has made port competitiveness increasingly important in modernization efforts. Container shipping ensures that no matter where a shipment enters a country, it can move on to other destinations reliably, and this has served to make non-modernized ports obsolete through their lack of necessity. When a somewhat farther port can offer a faster, cheaper, and more reliable way of moving cargo from a ship to ground transportation or vice versa, companies will choose this option. The move to containers is excellent news for ports that….
Furukawa, H. (2005). "Douala Port Container Terminal Modernization Project." Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co., Ltd. Accessed 19 September 2010. http://www.jica.go.jp/english/operations/evaluation/oda_loan/post/2006/pdf/project50_full.pdf
Hillestad, R.; Van Roo, B. & Yoho, K. (2009). "Fast forward: Key Issues in Modernizing the U.S. Freight-Transportation System for Future Economic Growth." RAND Corporation. Accessed 19 September 2010. http://www.rand.org/pubs/monographs/2009/RAND_MG883.pdf
IDB. (2008). "Port of Montevideo Modernization Program." Inter-American development bank. Accessed 19 September 2010.
Levinson, M. (2006). The box: how the shipping container made the world smaller and the world. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Wei employed a sarcastic attitude by making his essay appear to complete Deng Xiaoping's article "Four Modernizations." He indirectly made fun of the Chinese leader by denouncing his failure to address China's problems. When considering present-day conditions in China, it appears that Deng Xiaoping's proposals were especially successful while democracy is far from being a concept that the Chinese state will express interest in. The fact that living conditions in China are critical should influence many individuals in behaving similar to Wei. However, when considering the activist's determination and his experiences, it is only safe to assume that it would be absurd for someone in China to behave similar to him, especially now when the country is rapidly becoming the most powerful economy in the world.
With present-day China promoting the belief that communism is the key to success, it is more and more difficult for individuals like Wei to dare….
evolution, Education, And Modernization
evolution, Education and Modernization
Is revolution an acceptable way to change government? Why or why not?
In 1776 the founding fathers of the United States faced a situation where this question was paramount among the interests of their fellow countrymen:
"When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation" ("The Declaration of Independence," 1776).
History shows that when the needs of a society are not being met revolution is generated from outside the existing system since it is that system that is perceived as the problem. Over the past….
"Egypt news -- Revolution and aftermath." (2011, June 2). The New York times. World. Retrieved February 26, 2013, from http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/international/countriesandterritories/egypt/index.html
Kanalley, C. (2011, January 30). Egypt revolution 2011: A complete guide to unrest. The Huffington Post. Retrieved February 26, 2013, from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/30/egypt-revolution-2011_n_816026.html
McElroy, W. (2005). Henery Thoreau and 'civil disobedience'. Future of the freedom foundation. In The Thoreau Reader. Retrieved February 26, 2013, from http://thoreau.eserver.org/civil.html
Rathbone, E. (2011, March 15). Can social networking spur a revolution? The university of Virgina magazine. Retrieved February 26, 2013, from http://uvamagazine.org/only_online/article/can_social_networking_cause_revolution/
Deng Xiaoping and Modernization
During the Cultural Revolution, Mao Zedong led a tremendously aggressive and transformative movement within mainland China that would forever change the face of his country and the people within its borders. Since the beginnings of Mao's communist China, there existed a powerful will amongst his supporters to remove the liberal bourgeois from Chinese society; the Cultural Revolution took this agenda to further, far more frightening extremes, in order to achieve that goal. During Mao's iron grip on China, he led the country into a nightmarish world of flawed policies, persecution, and utter destruction of the economy. Originally intending to industrialize and develop the nation by means of a proletariat movement, Mao sought to lift the lower class out of their poverty, calling on farmers, small-time laborers, and other low-income citizens to band together in order to oust undesirable members of society. At many points throughout his career,….
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Full research proposalDoctor of Business Administration25th February 2022Assignment 1 CoversheetCandidate Family NameKhoramiFirst NameAbdullahCandidate ID NumberDBA-Batch 6 (ID No. 12352)SBA DBA IntakeFeb 2021CourseDBA DissertationAssignment TopicThe effect of Application modernization inbusiness agility in Finical Sector IndustryLecturersDr. Beenu MagoDue Date30 June 2023Plagiarism StatementThis assignment is the original work of the person whose name is given above. I am aware of and understand the Schools policy on plagiarism, as well as the SBS Swiss Business School procedures, which are detailed in the handbook.SignedNote: This assignment should be stapled in the top left corner and should not be bound by other means.Office use onlyeceived on ___/___/_______By _______________________________Executive Summaryesearch ProposalThe Effect of Application Modernization in Business Agility in Finical Sector IndustryMain Business Discipline: TechnologyAbdullah M. Khorami DBA-Batch 6 (ID No. 12352)Lecturer: Dr. Beenu MagoDBA esearch paperDate: 25th June 2023Word Count: 2974 (excluding section headings, reference list, and appendices)Table of ContentsAssignment 1 Coversheet 1esearch Proposal….
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AppendicesAppendix 1: Research LogTable 1: Research and time log for the proposed projectAppendix 2: Outlines Contents of Thesis Literature ReviewThe following are outlining the contents of the thesis literature review:1- Business Agility and its meaning2- Application modernization for agile development of the business3- Significance of integration of information technology and its benefits in times of uncertainty. 4- Digital transformation adopted by the service industry, specifically in bank5- Challenges and risks in the adaptation of application modernization stated by famous research companies6- Meaning of diverting from mainframe legacy software to the newly adapted ones when it comes to application modernization in the banking and financial sectorAppendix 3: Data Collection InstrumentThe Required information received via questionnaire would be about the time to market, cost reduction, and the number of services resulting as an effect of adaptation I application modernization for business agility in the banking industry. The tentative survey and questionnaire outline is presented in the next section for a clear picture of the bank manager’s questions, entitling I.T. and financial managers in the relevant technological and banking field.Appendix 4: Quantitative SurveySurvey Disclaimer: The information collected in this survey for the DBA project called “The effect of application modernization in business agility in organizations.” The information you would disclose here would not be provided to any third person or party and would surely be kept confidential. Also, your identity is kept classified to ensure true responses to the questions attached here. Your maximum participation is anticipated and highly apricated. Thanks Gender: Age: Strongly disagree(1) Disagree(2) Somewhat disagree (3) Neutral (4) Somewhat agree (5) Agree (6) Strongly agree (7) Application modernization has been a challenge for the bank to integrate Application modernization has posed risks while being in the implementation stage Application modernization has quickened the customer service process Customers feel more connected with the bank than before Customers find it easier to contact the bank personnel for their problems after application modernization The time needed to introduce new products or services has been lesser than before when it comes to marketing The flexibility and portability provided by application modernization is leveraged better now after speedy processing of activities online Since the speed is increased, the number of services offered has increased as well Maintaining outdated software legacy systems was a costly task as compared to application modernization in terms of operational costs 11
Modernization in the United States and the Global Community How does modernization manifest itself in U.S. society? Truly, modernization in the United States began in earnest with the inception of the…Read Full Paper ❯
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Modernization of Russia and Japan Russia and Japan, were among the only dominant powers in Asia, still were states with declining feudal economics and feudal survivals in the middle of…Read Full Paper ❯
(oach, 2002) The tourist associated IT bursts such as Advanced Traveler Information Systems -- ATIS entail the customer such as mobile passengers having tourist data digitally. The data…Read Full Paper ❯
Yet there was no smooth transition. Ohara designed a new penal system following the Western panopticon model in which prisoners were subject to pervasive surveillance. otsman analyzes Ohara's…Read Full Paper ❯
Modernization of the Chinese Government and Democracy In the past 35 years, China has experienced significant transformation and modernization of its democracy and governance. This modernization process was brought by…Read Full Paper ❯
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Japan: Modern? The word "modernize" is defined in the American Heritage Dictionary as: to make modern in appearance, style or character; to accept or adopt modern ways, ideas or style.…Read Full Paper ❯
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Modernization is rooted in the needs of human existence and is the embodiment of human beings' desire to pursue a high level of existence. Modernization is a tendency toward…Read Full Paper ❯
Modernization, industrialization, and urbanization transformed the geographic and cultural landscape of America. One of the most visible changes to American society during the late 19th century came about in…Read Full Paper ❯
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Kemal Ataturk Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey and its first elected president, was born as Mustafa on March 12, 1881 in Salonika or Thessaloniki, in Greece which was then…Read Full Paper ❯
In this regard, Latham (2000) emphasizes that modern societies such as the United States "could actively create institutions affecting the social life of an 'emerging' country. In addition…Read Full Paper ❯
This makes the modernization of ports to better handle the growing number of containers a priority for many private as well as public concerns, and ports themselves can…Read Full Paper ❯
Wei employed a sarcastic attitude by making his essay appear to complete Deng Xiaoping's article "Four Modernizations." He indirectly made fun of the Chinese leader by denouncing his failure…Read Full Paper ❯
evolution, Education, And Modernization evolution, Education and Modernization Is revolution an acceptable way to change government? Why or why not? In 1776 the founding fathers of the United States faced a situation…Read Full Paper ❯
Deng Xiaoping and Modernization During the Cultural Revolution, Mao Zedong led a tremendously aggressive and transformative movement within mainland China that would forever change the face of his country and…Read Full Paper ❯
Full research proposalDoctor of Business Administration25th February 2022Assignment 1 CoversheetCandidate Family NameKhoramiFirst NameAbdullahCandidate ID NumberDBA-Batch 6 (ID No. 12352)SBA DBA IntakeFeb 2021CourseDBA DissertationAssignment TopicThe effect of Application modernization…Read Full Paper ❯