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British culture and civilization
Autori: Conf. univ. dr. Adriana CHIRIACESCU
Sursa: www.ase.ro
Format: A4
Tip: pdf
Cuprins: Introduction
THE CONCEPTS OF CULTURE AND CIVILAZATION; THE IMPACT OF INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

Capitolul 1.
THE LANDSCAPE AND THE PEOPLE
1.1 Brief Geographical Outline
1.2 The Relief and Economic Development
1.3 Britain s Rivers and the Landscape Beauty
1.4 British Weather, a Conversational Topic
1.5 Plant and Animal Life, a Preoccupation of the British

Capitolul 2.
BRITISH CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION OVER THE CENTURIES; HERITAGE, TRADITION AND CHANGE. FROM THE EARLY AGES TO THE MODERN TIME
2.1 Britain in Pre-Historic Time; the Vanished Cultures
2.2 The Celts, Living Traces of an Old Culture
2.3 Roman Britain: the Memory of a Civilization
2.4 Anglo-Saxon England . The Emergence of a New Culture
2.5 The Scandinavian Invasions; The Anglo-Saxon Civilization at Stake
2.6 The Norman Conquest and its Effects
2.7 The Middle Ages on the British Islands ; the Birth of a People, of a State, of a Culture
2.7.1 England after the Conquest. The Early Middle Ages: the Dawn of Feudalism
2.7.2 England after William
2.7.3 Life in Norman England
2.7.4 England s Later Development. The Community of the Realm . The Emergence of New Institutions. The New Industry and Economic Growth, Cultural Life and Territorial Expansion
2.7.5 The Late Middle Ages; Destructive Events; a Painful Changing Process
2.7.6 The Economic, Social and Political life in the Late Middle Ages; the Cultural Progress
2.8. The Renaissance in England . the Reformation and the Consolidation of the Nation-State;Culture and Civilization in Tudor Period
2.8.1 England s Economy and Society at the End of the 15th Century and the Beginning of the 16th Century. The Main Institutions in Henry VII s Time. Government, Financial Policy, Justice and Foreign Affairs
2.8.2 Henry VIII and the Reformation
2.8.3 England after Henry VIII. The Religious Struggle
2.8.4 Elizabethan Age
2.8.5 The Political, Social and Cultural Life in Tudor Period
2.8.6 The End of an Exceptional Age
2.9 Culture and Civilization in the Stuart Age. Civil War. The Period of Commonwealth and Protectorate. Restoration and the People s Life
2.9.1 The Smooth Succession. England at the beginning of the 17th century: economic, social and political organization
2.9.2 Charles I s Reign. Events that Led to the Civil War
2.9.3 England during the Civil War and Protectorate
2.9.4 England in the Restoration Period. Domestic and Foreign Policy
2.9.5 The Economic, Social, Cultural and Religious Life in the Stuart Age. The Revolution in Thought
2.10 Britain in the Early Stage of the Modernization Process. The Years of Reforms and Revolutions . Continuity and Change Characteristic Features of British Culture and Civilization
2.10.1 Britain in the First Half of the 18th Century: Economic, and Political Life of the Country
2.10.2 British Society by the Mid 18th Century. Changes in the People s Life Style
2.10.3 Britain in the Second Half of the 18th Century. Political Institutions. The Years of Revolutions and Change. Conflicts Abroad and Trade Dominance
2.10.4 The Years of Change and Revolutions
2.10.5 Life in Britain at the End of the 18th Century
2.10.6 The Napoleonic Wars (1793-1815) and Britain s Imperial Expansion. The Second British Empire
2.10.7 Continuity and Change - Characteristic Features of British Culture and Civilization

Capitolul 3.
EDUCATION IN GREAT BRITAIN
3.1 The Educational System Development and the Learning Progress over the Centuries
3.2 The School System Nowadays
3.2.1 State Education
3.2.2 Independent/Private Fee-Paying Schools
3.3 Higher Education
3.4 The Open University
3.5 Continuing Education for Adults

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