Modernism, Postmodernism, Structuralism and Poststructuralism
1.Modernism – (from Latin ‘modo’ – ‘now’), industrial era, innovation. It was a reaction against realism and romanticism, belief in the virtues of science, technology, etc.
2.Modernity – period in Europe from 16th C – early 17th C 20th C; characterized by the growth and strengthening of a specific set of social practices and ways of doing things – nation building, democracy, institutions, schooling system, etc.
3.Industrial modernism – functionalism, universal design, homogeneity – composed of parts or elements that are all of the same kind - ethnic nation - state.
4.In modernism period there were experimental styles of visual art, literature, music. Modernist works are often called avant-garde or unconventional art.…
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