The Impact of the French Revolution on European Society in Terms of Its Social Thinking

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FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND LANGUAGES

ABXS1103
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL SCIENCES

THE IMPACT OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ON EUROPEAN SOCIETY IN TERMS OF ITS SOCIAL THINKING

NAME : NORHAFIZA BINTI OTHMAN
MATRIC NUMBER : 900704145544001
NRIC : 900704145544
MOBILE : 013 6292463
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TUTOR’S NAME : WAN AMINUDDIN BIN WAN AB. HAMID
LEARNING CENTER : PETALING JAYA

SEPTEMBER 2012

CONTENTS

Content Page

1.0 INTRODUCTION 3 2.0 FRENCH REVOLUTION 5
2.1 The Impact of French Revolution 5
2.2 Effect on France 6 2.2.1 France: The Representative Of Humanity 6 2.2.2 The Empire of France Became French Nation 7 2.2.3 End Of Despotic
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Parts of Germany, primarily the west and northwest were invaded, ruled directly by France or through satellite states, and reformed, while the south and the east were not.

Politics in France became divided between the moderate Girondins and the more radical Jacobins. At this point the Girondins appeared to be in the stronger position, however the Jacobins were growing in strength.

The social classes played an important role in the lives of the people. The social structure of France was divided among three groups: the First Estate, the Second Estate, and the Third Estate.

In this study will explain the variation in institutional reform created by the French Revolution in Europe, in particular within Germany, to investigate the consequences in social, political and externally imposed reforms on subsequent economic growth.

2.0 FRENCH REVOLUTION

The French Revolution was spread over the ten year period between 1789 until 1799. The primary cause of the revolution was the disputes over the peoples’ differing ideas of reform. Before the beginning of the Revolution, only moderate reforms were wanted by the people. An example of why they wanted this was because of King Louis XIV's actions. At the end of the seventeenth century, King Louis XIV's wars began decreasing the royal finances dramatically. This worsened during the eighteenth century. The use of the money by Louis XIV angered the people and they

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