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    The Industrial Revolution did have it 's upside, such as technological advancement and more wealth for the Englishmen. It was important for the development of Europe and America. Our present day society might have not been the same. But, when it comes to how the Industrial Revolution causing impacts to the people, the negative impacts outweigh the positive impacts. I firmly believe that the Industrial Revolution has brought more negative impacts to people because the working conditions were…

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    Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in 18th century Britain and not elsewhere? The Industrial revolution which began in Britain is generally seen as the most profound change that have affected in the world. It is a significant event as it shaped the modern world by changing the economic and social structures of society. The revolution firstly occurred in Britain in the 18th century and there are many interpretations of the reasons for it. In order to understand why it has started in Britain…

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    Romanticism was an extreme response to the speedy change of Industrialization. A time where people were moving away from the beautiful country side to the city to keep up with the growing economy. It was a change for the worst to a lot of people. The quick change made it hard for people to adapt. Due to the change of population distribution social changes happened, disease became rampant and people were put under pressure they’ve never experienced. This is bound to make people irritate people…

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    Why is responsibility such a significant theme in An Inspector Calls? In An Inspector Calls, the central theme is responsibility. Priestley uses the Inspector as a representative to voice his opinions on the main theme and the idea of socialism. Throughout the play, he presents each character with a role of responsibility and tries to make them aware, through the Inspector, that they are all guilty of Eva's death. The Inspector wants The Birlings to share their responsibility; Priestley's focus…

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    The standard of living debate was tied in with the industrial revolution. This was a time of great change for England and the effects of this began to spread throughout the rest of the world. Not only were machines beginning to take over the agricultural life, an income was beginning to be flowed in and out through the people, instead of many bartering for goods and services. This change effected many people, some for the good, but for many it was not a change in their favor. The standard of…

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    Marx outlined four components of alienation; (I) alienation from the product of labour; (ii) alienation from productive activity; (iii) alienation from the human species; and, (iv) alienation from fellow human beings. Alienation from products…. Productive activity, or the work process, is another aspect of alienation. It is traditionally highly hierarchised, routinised, segmented and seemingly meaningless. However in the very machinery and processes created by Modernity he saw a means of human…

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    Importance Of A Celebrity

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    What is A Celebrity? Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, Oprah Winfrey, Siti Nurhaliza, and P. Ramlee are amongst the names well known by you and me. These famous people are called “celebrities”. A celebrity is a famous person or an individual with a state of being well known . He or she holds a personality that is celebrated by the society by what he or she does. The prominence in his or her doing has made them famous and renowned in the public’s eye. A celebrity could be a singer, an actor, a…

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    Contrastingly, the small businesses in the rural areas do not produce sufficient output for an individual (Lewis, 1954). Hence, there is a migration of labour from the subsistence sector to the capitalist sector, and thus, increasing the urban production. However, the description fits more so for developing countries such as China, Vietnam and Cambodia where rural workers move to the capital area to seek…

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    Roles of production planning and control department in garment industry 14.5.2.1 Task Scheduling: It is the process of planning of time and action calendar for each order from the receipt of order to dispatch of the same. The task schedule comprises a list of jobs to be processed for the style of garment. Alongside of each tasks the production planner cited about when to start a task and what is target date for completion of the same. For example, scheduling planned cut date (PCD), line…

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    promotes education. Socialism, a general term for the political and economic theory, advocates a system of collective or government ownership and management of the means of production and distribution of goods.…

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