Patterns of Modernity in the Nineteenth Century (1750 CE - 1914 CE)

Gender in world history human went through three typies of societies- hunter-gatherer, agricultural and pastoral(一万年前), and urban(五千年前). One theory proposes that patriarchy increased through the three stages. Others propose men and women were equal in the hunter-gatherer society. Women had more power in the agricultural society since fertility of soil is linked to fertility of human. In urban society, men predominated. The changing role of women was a major pattern of the modern world.Women increased the political rights, moving out of home and joining works. Industrialization was a key factor in this shift.Finally, women can control pregnancy, which enables them to participate more in the society.

Liberal Democratic Movement (1450-1850)

1600 - 1800
1775 - 1783
1789 - 1799
1799 - 1815
1800 - 1850
1804
1810 - 1825
1848

Industrial Revolutions and European Imperialism (1750 CE - 1914 CE)

1750 - 1800
1765 - 1825
1776
1848
1850 - 1900
1850 - 1870
1869
1885
1891

The Spread of Modernization and the Transformation of Society (1800- 1914)

1839 - 1876
1853
1861
1863
1868
1904
1905
1908