The Industrial Revolution had an impact of the greatest magnitude on Europe and has shaped the work style and nature of labor that Europeans know today.
In the 19th century England, a patriarchal society, presumed that “females were naïve, fragile, and emotionally weak creatures who could not exist independently of a husband or a father’s wise guidance.” It was until the Industrial Revolution that lower class women were able to find jobs in factories and become more independent from their households and husbands....
This was very repetitive, and quite boring.
England was a country that was the ideal for the Industrial Revolution it was on the water, so it was perfect for trade.
The Industrial Revolution during the 1700's was a time of drastic change and transformation as Western Countries began using machines for mass production.
The many advances during this time had mostly positive effects and the Industrial Revolution transformed government, industry, education and man's overall
The most important part is how all of these concepts are very much applicable to today’s economy, which is why the Industrial Revolution was such an important period of time in the history of the world.
Since child labour was already a pervasive problem during the 17th century in Britain, the industrial revolution simply just made child labour even more overflowed.
In economics, goals of a developed country are high production of goods, high Gross Domestic Product (GDP), low unemployment and sustained growth; during an Industrial Revolution all these are achieved....
When most people talk about the Industrial Revolution they usually talk about the revolutionary inventions,the factory system that helped change the world and the creation of modern cities through urbanization.
Blacksmiths and barbershops, saloons and banks, farmers and stable masters were typically the primary typical businesspersons within a typical pre-industrial revolution city....
During the Industrial Revolution, new directions of science were taken, new ways of life were started, and new technologies were invented and these positive result of industrialization outweighed the pains it brought upon the people and environment.
The initial effect on engineering industries arising at the start of the Industrial Revolution were due partly to the geographical location of the resources i.e....
Although the Industrial Revolution’s inventions became a problem, progress, and promise, many of the important inventions and large factories were built to allow people to get things faster and it allowed people to have jobs.
While there are many similarities between the movie and the Industrial Revolution, there are also many differences in the lifestyles, which Charles Dickens, in Great Expectations, twisted slightly from actual industrial reality to order to illustrate a certain message about the Industrial Revolution.
Although the importation of slaves continued to grow as new plantations were developed, it was the industrial revolution that would have the most profound impact on the slave industry.
It created new opportunities to improve the diet and expand the markets which shape every day life in Europe and this was the backdrop to a phenomena which later will be called INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION from 1760 to 1820-40....