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Industrial Revolution

Comparing and Contrasting the French and Industrial Revolutions The French Revolution and Industrial Revolution were both times of great change. The Industrial Revolution lasted over 100 years while the French Revolution lasted just over fifteen. Even though the two revolutions are very different in length, they have many similarities. In this paper I'm going to tell you four them and four differences. These two revolutions were the same in that both allowed for social mobility; both left behind...

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Industrial Revolution

Hakeem Amer 900113273. The Industrial Revolution One of the most influential revolution of all time, without this breakthrough that changed how the whole world live their lifes , I wouldn’t be able to be doing this assignment right now on a computer. So what is the industrial revolution? Where did it take place? How did it really affect way we live today? All these question will answers in the following paragraphs. Although it occurred around the same time as the French, American, and...

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The industrial revolution throughout the 19th century that brought forth significant changes the world’s economy, past and present. Technology and science were big reason for the boom in the economy. It was because of the industrial revolution. Industrialization helped pave the way for how Nations are built today. The industrial revolution is the reason for improvements in the middle and lower class, advances in technology, improving economies, and led to the expansion of Imperialism (Stearns, 2010)...

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The Industrial Revolution Introduction: Webster’s Dictionary defines a Revolution in various ways. First it states that a revolution is “a sudden, radical or complete change.” Secondly revolution can be defined as “an activity or movement designed to effect fundamental changes in the socioeconomic situation. Another definition says that revolution is a “fundamental change in the way of thinking about or visualizing something: a change in paradigm.” Finally Webster states that a revolution...

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INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION People always wonder about the things they saw surrounding them when they woken up by the alarm sound coming from their cell phones, they wonder how the cell phones are made, when they go to work, they wonder how the buses made, when they work, they wonder about how the computers are made and all of those can be answered by the Industrial Revolution. All of it started with the invention of the steam power and by the developments made by that many other great developments...

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The Industrial Revolution While there were some positive aspects to the industrial revolution, most of the aspects were negative due to child labor, long hours of work, poor sanitation, and small working and living areas. Even though the industrial revolution only occurred from 1780 to the mid 1800s, there were still many flaws that occurred during the time period. Technological advancements were occurring during this period, but the working conditions were poor. The poor conditions were main...

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The Industrial Revolution: Effects The Industrial Revolution started in England around 1733 with the first cotton mill. A more modern world had begun. As new inventions were being created, factories followed soon after. However, the Industrial Revolution brought severe consequences to society. The factory owners needed cheap, unskilled labor, so they profited greatly by using children and women to run the machines. By the age of 6, many children were already working 14 hours a day in factories...

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Positive vs. negative outcomes from the Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution started in England during the 1700s and spread throughout the rest of Europe. The Industrial Revolution was a time of new inventions, products, and methods of work. The results of the Industrial Revolution led to many short and long-term positive and negative effects. Do the short-term negative effects outweighe the long-term positive effects of the Industrial Revolution? Short-term negative effects included...

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Industrial Revolution Vashishth Agaja Grade 9-A The Industrial revolution was a time of drastic change and transformation from hand tools, and hand made items to machine manufactured and mass produced goods. This change generally helped life, but also obstructed it as well. Pollution, such as CO2 levels in the atmosphere rose, working conditions declined, and the number of women and children working increased. The government, the arts, literature, music and architecture and man's way of looking...

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Industrial Revolution

The Industrial revolution was a time of drastic change and transformation from hand tools, and hand made items to machine manufactured and mass produced goods. This change helped life, but also hindered it as well. Pollution, such as CO2 levels in the atmosphere, rose, working conditions declined, and the number of women and children working increased. The government, the arts, literature, music and architecture and man's way of looking at life all changed during the period. Two revolutions took...

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