Yes - it does all seem very complicated.
i want to ask about one little thing. we were asked to "demostrate understanding" about the influences of the social. which means the culture, the beliefs and the opinions of people might different about slavery. how did different socials influenced to the culture, beliefs and opinions of people about slavery? where can i find those information or which structure of information should i write about these?( i don't even understand!==')
Perhaps if you asked your teacher to explain more fully what he meant.
I can, however, understand how different people would have different attitudes to slavery depending on their place in society, and their culture, beliefs and opinions.
I rich slave trader would think very differently to a gentle clergyman, for example. Many of the pople who led the campaign against the slave trade were Christians.
Women were very much against the slave trade, much more than men.
People in Bristol, which depending on the slave trade, might think differently to people in a small village inland.
That sort of thing...