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    The industrial revolution had a great impact on the job market; there had suddenly become an abundance of job openings in cities all around the country. The Encarta’s artist rendition of this industrial plant portrays a factory centered at the heart of the city. Factories began sprouting up in cities all over. (Document #3) Factories that produced consumer goods such as clothing or other cloth items became very popular after James Hargreaves invention of the spinning jenny in 1764. James…

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    Our world as we know it is a result of the Industrial Revolution. As the rise of factories, machines and other technologies began in Britain in the 18th century, it brought with it huge advances in society. The Industrial Revolution kicked off the beginning to a forward movement of technology in our world that would not be slowed down. To put it in perspective: writing has been around for 200 generations, books have been around for 20 generations and computers have only been around for less than…

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    1. The factory system was better than the domestic system because more objects were produced in a smaller amount of time. There were only so many people in a house to get a job done and with the “machinery” they had, it took awhile for projects to be finished. It was explained that “Work done at home – hence the “domestic” in the title – was slow and laborious” (Trueman). This shows how work took awhile to do and you had to be skilled to be able to produce anything. In the factory system, there…

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    The Industrial Revolution occurred from 1750-1900. During the Industrial Revolution many inventions helped the world go from an agricultural society to an industrial society. The inventions helped people perform certain tasks more efficiently and rely less on human labor. The steam engine, spinning jenny and the cotton gin are examples of inventions during this time. The steam engine does mechanical work by using steam from boiling water to power it. In 1698 Thomas Savery patented the first…

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    stopped for maintenance proposes. As they are highly automated and operate at very high volumes, it is very difficult to change over from producing one type of product to another. (Paton, Clegg, Hsuan, & Pilkinton, 2011) Examples of continuous production industries are the Beer Industry, Paper, Electricity Companies, etc. Figure 2: Continuous Water Treatment Process (Slack, Chambers, & Johnston, 2010) ASSEMBLY LINE PROCESSES Assembly lines are recognized by the preplanned sequence of…

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    The mass production of cars in the 1920’s relates to the materialism and recklessness shown in Gatsby’s car. Before this time cars were new and many people did not have them because they were too expensive. Once the assembly line was created and was put to use cars became easily creatable and were being mass produced let alone the cost of them went down greatly. The people of this time that got cars would drive and use them to get from work to home faster which meant they could now live farther…

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    early 1800’s brought about a new era that would not only enhance its current time period but revolutionize the world. This era became a period of new wealth for the upper and middle classes. Machines were being developed to assist with the daily production of goods making it possible to produce more of these goods with less manual labor and at record speeds. The Industrial Revolution became a force to reckon with, it had instantly changed business, transportation, and communication for the…

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    How did the Industrial Revolution and the Modern Capitalist System change the history of the world? In Britain during the eighteenth century roughly around time 1760 to 1840 the industrial revolution transformed the system of production and organization of labor in a major way, it was a time of invention, and many new changes There were changes in technology, society, medicine, economy, education, as well as culture. There were many technological improvements that ultimately replaced human…

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    of the key reasons why Britain industrialised first. EXPLAIN During Britain’s peaceful days, France faced the challenge of the French Revolution, as she had political instability and an unstable economy there wasn’t enough money to invest in the production of factories and inventions. Britain had the financial stability to invest in building factories and inventions instead of wasting it on military forces. EXAMPLES This influenced new inventions to be made such as the cotton gin, flying…

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    science and technology and its application. During this period the foundation of many industries laid down such as textile, iron making technique, refining coal etc. In 19th century many industries start their production .With the help of new technology industries producing mass production with quality product in low prices. Industrial Revolution is said to be beginning of the technological era. As a result Thomas Edison invented light bulb, Phonographic etc. This plays a role of catalyst in the…

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