- How does Chile’s political development and political institutions, from independence to the mid 1900s, differ from the rest of the region? Drawing
comparisons between Chile and one or more of the other countries we have discussed (Mexico, Brazil, Guatemala, and/or Venezuela), highlight the unique
characteristics of Chile’s political development and political institutions that contributed to extraordinary levels of political stability in Chile prior to
the mid-20th century. Don’t forget that to make a useful comparison you have to discuss BOTH Chile’s political trajectory during this period AND that of at
least one other country.
Points breakdown: Explanation of the unique political characteristics of Chile: 6 points; explanation of how these characteristics differed from another case
(Mexico, Brazil, Guatemala, and/or Venezuela): 4 points
- Like Brazil in the period between 1964 and 1985, Chile experienced a bureaucratic authoritarian regime between 1973 and the end of the 1980s. First,
discuss how did the bureaucratic authoritarian regime in Chile compared with the bureaucratic authoritarian regime experienced in Brazil by focusing on the
similarities and differences between the two in terms of the political and economic projects, strategies, and successes/failures. Second, discuss the
political, economic and social legacies of Chile’s bureaucratic authoritarian regime that lasted long after the ocracy?
27. Stalin didn't bolster whatever looked like Western culture since he trusted it didn't concur with the socialist way of thinking. At a certain point in Soviet Russia, there existed a gathering considered the Association of Contemporary Musicians that was expert West and ground breaking. This gathering in the long run become undesirable with the Party and was at last supplanted with another gathering in 1932 called the Union of Soviet Composers. As the author associations advanced in the Stalin Era, they impacted what was viewed as worthy music by the Party. The Union of Soviet Composers was a piece of the Ministry of Culture and the year 1932 was the start of the Party's immediate effect on organization. The music was to advance the Party plan and arrangers were relied upon to present their attempts to the Union of Soviet Composers for endorsement on the off chance that they needed the help of the Communist Party. The social development at the time was toward patriotism. Social authenticity was applied to the music of this period. Music was to communicate the work and achievement of the laborer through conventional Russian and Soviet melodies. Straightforwardness was to be a component in the compositional style. Stalin and the Party were to be celebrated through proper nationalistic subjects. These realities are terrifically significant while considering the components found in Shostakovich's Symphony No. 5 and No.7. The Fifth Symphony was written because of occasions that were happening in the Soviet Union under Stalin. It was important to have music the endorsement of the Party authorities and Stalin so as to endure. He was adjusting to strain to make less convoluted music that would fit into the styles worthy to social authenticity yet he expected to remain consistent with his convictions. 28. Because of the political environment of the time Shostakovich couldn't communicate his sentiments, thoughts, or perspectives transparently in the event that they were in opposition to the partisan loyalty. As of now, the Great Purge or Great Terror was occurring during Stalin's rule where he disposed of anybody not faithful to his beliefs. The gathering had objected to Shostakovich's past melodic arrangements as excessively specialized or brutal. The drama Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District which was acted in 1934 was from the start generally welcomed. Nonetheless, when Stalin went to the drama, he found the subjects and music "pre-communist, negligible average, Russian attitude" and not in accordance with fitting Communist perspectives. The official state-run paper Pravda gave the drama a poor survey. Likewise, a few articles were vilifying concerning the drama. Consequently, Shostakovich got the message to extend the partisan principal through his music. The individual was not significant. The decision was to agree or get undetectable. Also during this time, huge numbers of Shostakovich's companions and family members had been captured or sent to the Gulag, or just vanished. He was anxious about the possibility that that he may endure a similar destiny. Shostakovich needed to build up a style that would be adequate to the gathering yet discretely depict his melodic perspectives and articulations. The Fifth Symphony was to be a case of his political change in plain view to the gathering complying with the style of brave elegance. In the Fifth Symphony, Shostakovich was showing how the Communists could impact an author's composing yet still figure out how to communicate his individual emotions. The Symphony is organized around a structure of a few repeating melodic and cadenced thought processes. It starts with an extreme articulation between the lower and upper strings. >GET ANSWER