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    Industrial Revolution “The Industrial Revolution was another of those extraordinary jumps forward in the story of civilization.”(Stephen Gardiner) First of all, right of the Industrial revolution, there is a pre-industrial era and it was the age before machines help people to perform in task. The social classes of British society are divided into peasants and lords. Agricultural economy basically plays an important role in the country. Due to the absent of machines and tools during that time,…

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    which brought technological advancements outside of it’s own category were agriculture innovations. Both the cotton gin and the McCormick reaper increased the productivity of agricultural work, and because of this there were less workers needed. “By reducing the number of workers needed, such new agricultural machines helped send displaced laborers to work on railroads and in textile mills, iron foundries, shoe factories, coal mines, oil fields, and other new industries in towns and…

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    chamber to condense steam, which meant the machine could be active at all times. It had a huge impact on employment in Great Britain, then to the rest of world. The factory started using mills and factories replaced people that had jobs by creating with their hand. Middle class people usually worked in factories, mills, and transportation hubs, and enjoyed the improvement in their life. They worked less since there were machines. But some factories labored at low wages and made people work for…

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    the Factory Inquiry Commission reporting that the children had gotten beaten by older males that watched over the mills (Document 10). Not only were the females treated inhumanely but there was no mercy, and younger kids had also gotten abused. Child abuse had been viewed as cruel, and it showed how merciless the owners of the factories were. In related circumstances, the Japanese mill workers had been handled in poor manners as well. In a survey entitled Japanese Silk Worker Survey, 580 women…

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    In my opinion, the industrial revolution was more of a consequence of British imperialism, rather than the result. Whilst some historians believe that Britain expanded in the search of raw materials to fuel the industrial revolution, others such as J.R. Ward say that, due to Britain’s colonization, new markets became available to sell British products and this led to the inevitable expansive development of new technology and techniques to produce more goods at a faster rate than ever previously…

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    CONTRIBUTIONS OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY: Since independence Textile Company has grown despite of its ill effected policy and neglected concerns it become the backbone of the economy of Pakistan. Textile industry has contributed in economy as well as society of the country. Some of the contributions are: ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTIONS: Any development in the country doesnot affect particular sector only but it does change the pathways of other sectors as well. Increase in national income: Development in…

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    During the Industrial Revolution, there were significant changes in society and economy that were extremely favorable for all aspects of society, creating massive changes in lifestyles. These changes included an increasing mechanization, agriculture, industry, and trade. All led by scientific developments, which made a positive, and ideal picture of wellbeing and progress giving rise to urbanization. All along the Industrial Revolution there was a colossal change in the industrial system of…

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    The Industrial Revolution was a period of industrial growth during the late 1700s and early 1800s. This period of industrialization began in England but then spread to other areas of the world. The Industrial Revolution is such a significant period of history because machines were created that could do the work that people originally did. Before the revolution, England was a collection of rural communities that revolved around farming. From 1700 to 1750, Britain’s population had relatively no…

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    The Industrial Revolution was an era of new developments in technology and machinery. These new innovative ideas helped improve production and trade. Prior to the Industrial revolution, people were accustomed to a certain lifestyle. Men would go to work and women would take care of the house, finances, and children. However, with these groundbreaking inventions, men, women, and children were also introduced to new struggles. Families worked and lived in poor working conditions that exhausted…

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    Since mid-18th centuries, the Industrial Revolution started in Britain and later spread quickly toward other European countries and America. At the beginning, due to the discovery of America, it provided a lot of foods which satisfied the food problem of British. This resulted in the population growth and supplied many labour. In addition, coals and irons were found that lead the operation of machine became possible. These core factors coupled with other various element made the Industrial…

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