IMPACTS OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TO THE HUMAN CIVILIZATION.
The era of Industrial Revolution is the period in which fundamental changes that occurred in mechanization of agriculture and textile manufacturing besides the revolution in power. The major industrialization begins in Great Britain during the late 1700s and early 1800s and spreads through the world over a very short period of time. It brought massive effect on human civilization up until now.
In my opinion, us, the youths of today are very lucky because we have the chance to enjoy a very comfortable life. It is almost impossible to imagine what it would be like if the effects of Industrial Revolution were swept away from us. Telephones, laptops would vanish. Cars, motorcycles would disappear and we need to walk miles away for classes. For me, it is unimaginable – surreal.
Industrial revolution improves peoples’ The introduction of assembly lines and factory, new inventions and the railroads all contributed to faster, more efficient production of goods and materials. For example, as you can see nowadays, with the invention of airplane, we can travel all around the world over a very short period of time besides connecting us together as a society.
Other than that, factories create many job opportunities and also expand the cities. The percentage of jobless people is also reduced greatly and gives us opportunities to choose the field of work we are interested in. Furthermore, it attracts loads of immigrants. This indirectly helps in improving Malaysia economically.
Besides, this era also brings fundamental shifts in the social structure. Before, farmers were doing everything by hand and worked as a family for survival. But now, the term ‘modern farmers’ had appeared. They are working not only by hands but make full use of the machines invented not only for survival but also for commercial purposes. They make a living by commercializing their agricultural products both locally and...
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