In addition, forced labor was an important constant throughout the region and was controlled by Spanish and the Inca’s which also allowed for a mixture of culture and ethnicities.
South America throughout the time-period from 1450-1750 relied on the idea of forced labor in a variety of ways.
When appearing in public all parts of their body were to be covered.
This custom has continued on in muslim society today; The treatment of women did improve over time but traditions towards women still remain the same.
Since the expedition of Commodore Matthew Perry in 1853 opened up the past feudalistic and reclusive Japan, this nation has expanded and adopted many imperialistic policies as well as taken a more aggressive military stance.
Japan has changed in many ways, but has also continued upholding traditional practices throughout 18.The oil discovery helped increase economy and provided jobs for many people who lived in the Middle Eastern countries.Many social aspects of the Middle East have changed and improved over time, however other aspects and traditions have continued to remain the same in these modern times.From the 1800’s to present day, the Middle East has undergone many changes and continuities causing formation of their national identity, main factors that contributed were social aspects on society, government structure, and the strong religious roots they possess.The majority of changes occurred through the society aspects with the treatment of women and the discovery of oil.In Middle Eastern history women have had limited rights and have always been unequal to men.Women have always remained very conservative; being sheltered from other men not being able to go in public being covered from head to toe.Continuity/Change Over Time During the 1450’s to 1750’s the Americas were evolving at a constant rate.The slave trade and the use trade such as the triangular trade were very common during this time-period due to the rise in plantations, causing a diverse region in South America.From 1853 to 1941, Japan changed from being a reclusive, isolated nation that kept to itself to an imperialistic power openly attacking and conquering surrounding territories and peoples.In order to maintain independence and respect, Japan adopted militarism and an offensive military strategy.