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    Cotton Industry Dbq

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    in Japan and India, production was increased dramatically for a period of time. However, they still utilized many human workers despite that. Both countries still had incredibly poor working conditions and low wages for those in the textile mills. One differences is that females were the predominant textile workers in Japan ,and men were the predominant textile workers in India. Another difference was that India ended up experiencing a negative impact on the hand-woven cloth industry due to machines, while Japan had rapidly increasing numbers within both industries. Documents 1 and 2 are statistical documents which go into detail describing the dramatic increase of cloth being produced due to machines being introduced. In Document 1, it is shown that machine made cloth production as well as machine made yarn production increased dramatically with the introduction of machines in India. However, the chart also details a decrease in handmade products for India. Document 2 shows how Japan’s cloth making industry dramatically increased from 1884-1914, jumping from 5 million pounds in 1884 to 666 million pounds in 1914. No decline can be noted from handmade products in Japan, as the data is shown combined. The combination of the data in Document 2 contrasts it…

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    Hospitality industry is a broad sector as it includes different categories of business fields where individuals and companies invest in such as the in the food and beverage sector or lodging and accommodation. Hospitality is therefore a complex industry because it includes wide range of economic activities such as job creation and business activities that are aimed towards improvement of economic status of people and companies in the industry. The success of organizations in the hospitality and…

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    The music industry has changing in so many ways today. Music is now available on smartphones and computers it's hard to ignore. To become successful in this society today musicians must get their music out there and change to what the people want today. Musicians should change their tune and adapt to society today. There is no doubt about music changing from hand held records or CD's to streaming on the internet and buying music off of apps like "iTunes". Old forms of music are fading away and…

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    semiconductor industryas the research setting.Chipless firmsare highly innovative firms at the heart of most technological breakthroughsin the semiconductor industry. Their technologies are used as inputs in a far range of industries frombasis industries such as steel and medical devices, photographic and communication equipment to more sophisticated computers and consumer electronics, and automobile and aerospace industry. They are considered as principal licensorsin the semiconductor industry…

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    The Pornography Industry

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    Despite these big organizations attempts to fight the pornography industry, the moment history will change is when everyone decides to take a stand against it. It’s important for the world to understand how the porn industry really works because it will help straighten our knowledge regarding this epidemic. The ignorance of the people is allowing human trafficking to pass by unnoticed. If this generation does nothing about this problem, then it would be as if they 're spitting in the face of…

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    Enzymes In Food Industry

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    Corporation 's have lied to you about consumers and minimum wage workers being the backbone to their industry. Enzymes are. Enzymes are biological protein catalysts that encourage chemical reactions by lowering the activation energy needed for the reaction to take place. Once the reaction is complete, enzymes are left unchanged and able to move on to the next reaction. For this reason, enzymes have proven to be valuable resources for industries. The reusability of enzymes are especially useful…

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    a. The steel manufacturing industry is the largest industry in Hamilton and the largest steel manufacturing city in Canada. The city produces 60% of all steel in Canada. Hamilton used to be home to two very large steel companies: Stelco and Dofasco. Stelco closed its facilities in 2013 leaving Dofasco as the last remaining steel manufacturer. The steel products are sold to consumers in the automotive, construction, energy, manufacturing, pipe and tube and appliance. b. Over 10 000 people…

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    ELECTRONIC MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY IN SINGAPORE INTRODUCTION Singapore Electronic Industry started 50 years ago in the 1960s with its first and only TV Assembly plant in Southeast Asia. And today, Singapore Electronic Industry has become the backbone of Singapore’s economy, contributing 5.3% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2013, 29% of total manufacturing output, and employed 80,000 workers, representing 19% of the total manufacturing labour force in Singapore (EDB, n.d). Due to the…

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    Autozone's Industry

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    AutoZone's industry can be defined as an auto parts industry that sales parts to customers who look to do their own handy work on vehicles. AutoZone sells these parts for a discounted price, while selling premium products. This is also a reason they rose to the top of their industry over the years. When it comes to car dealerships, they are not in the same industry as AutoZone. They are a part of the automotive industry that employs over 880,000 employees (Platzer & Harrison, 2009). They would…

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    The Culture Industry

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    In today’s western capitalist societies individuals are consciously and subconsciously immersed into the constantly growing world of technology, with the internet, social media and global connectivity. This emergence of new media and technology has profound effects on society and individuals. Thus, bringing forth the theory of ‘the Culture Industry’ and its relevance today. The culture industry argument was developed by Adorno and Horkheimer and focuses on the effects of capitalist mass media…

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