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  1. GROUP 5 GroupActivity1:Factors,Impacts,andChanges
  2. Toexplainthefactors thatcontributeto19thCenturyand currenttime’development, andrelateittoRizal’slife. Then,statefurtherreformsofthisfactorsonthemaritime professiontoday.. ● Economics ● Politics ● Socio-Cultural OBJECTIVE
  3. ChangeandDevelopment,Rizal’sLife, andReformssincethe19thCentury. ECONOMICS 01
  4. OPPORTUNITIES From 19th century up to present, the period of industrialization, remains as the root of opportunities. Opportunities both for the poor and the rich to further their life careers. At this time, is when economies based on agriculture and handicrafts became economies based on large-scale industry , mechanized production, and the factory manufacturing.
  5. RELATION TO RIZAL Theindustrialrevolutionbuiltsafer andlargershipsthat hasmorecapacityto carrymorecargo.Thesecapability alsoallowedshipstobecomeamajortransportation for peopletotravelovertheothercountries.Withregardsto Rizal,histravelstoforeigncountriesallowedhimto developideasthatgoesagainstthecolonialrelationship ofSpainandthePhilippines.
  6. BACKBONE OF GLOBAL TRADE The industrial revolution led ships to be more prominent in the field of trading with the capacity of goods it could additionally carry and trade in bulk. During the Galleon Trade, the shipping industry make up 80% of the global trade and was the driving factor for globalization and competitiveness in our developingworld.
  7. POLITICS ChangeandDevelopment,Rizal’sLife,andReforms sincethe19thCentury. 02
  8. During the start of the 19th century up to the present, politics have change in a massive pace. Transparency has been implemented for the masses to see the actions of the government financially and also economically. This was a great example of a democracy in a country. Being able to see how our leadersSERVEandnotREIGNacertainduringtheirterm. Change and Development on 19th Century
  9. Relation to Rizal PoliticshasadeepconnectionwiththenameRizal.Apart fromliterature.Politicsalsogainedahugecontribution towardshisexecution.Beingamemberofawealthy family,Rizalhadrightsbutnotexceedingoncriticizingthe churchandtheSpaniardsthemselves. Similartowhatitistoday,wehavebarriersonourrights, theamountofattentionwecanreceivewillbaseonwho weareandwhatwedoinacertainplace.Inshort,aperson cannotbeheardwithouthavinggoldandgloryinhis boots.
  10. REFORM Magna Carta for Filipino Seafarers The measure seeks to ensure that Filipino seafarers are continuously nurtured, protected, and guided by the government in terms of setting up mechanisms that can protect them even beyond the country’s borders, and recognize their rights, contributions, and unique role as essential maritimeprofessionals
  11. 03 ChangeandDevelopment,Rizal’sLife,and Reformssincethe19thCentury. SOCIO-CULTURAL
  12. Change and Development on 19th Century The revolution in the maritime transportation that began with the emergence of steam powered oceanic travel in the mid-nineteenth is closely tied to the development and expansion of colonial port cities, much of which occurred to facilitate the extraction and export of the products of plantations in colonial hinterlands by the end of that century. The modernization of the ports of the Philippines provides both an example of, and also a model perhaps for understanding colonial port operations during the late nineteenth, early twentieth century and even now in the present.
  13. Relation to Rizal Rizal'stworenownedwritings,NoliMeTangereandEl Filibusterismo,hadahugeinfluenceinthePhilippines. Socio-culturalReligion,inparticular"NolimeTangere" and"ElFilibusterismo"byJoséRizalshowedthemost serioussocialevilsthatafflictedPhilippinesocietyduring Spanishcolonialcontrol.Thesebookswereharsh indictmentsoffriardominanceandcrookedgovernment.
  14. REFORM The Spanish Board of Works, Port of Manila, led to the the modernization of the ports of the Philippines provides both an example of, and also a model for the Filipino Seafarers. The session started as a study and handling of a port-widening project focusing on the entire port of Manila andthepartialservicesthataccompaniedit. Spanish Board of Works
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