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    The Image of the Child in William Blake’s Poems: The Chimney Sweeper in the Songs of Innocence and of Experience Britain witnessed many developments and changes throughout the centuries and one of them was Industrial Revolution. It brought many issues that affected people’s life. Population and immigration were some key issues affecting the society directly. With the Industrial Revolution, people from rural areas started to migrate urbanized industrial cities and that changed the balance of…

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    blue uniforms, red tool boxes, and noise above 80 decibels, in year 2013, factory floors at the American manufacturing facilities accounted for 12.5% of the total gross domestic product. US manufacturing has come a long way, from cotton and Tabaco production in 1800 to modern day airplanes of the 20th century. Last two decades have seen unprecedented growth in automation in manufacturing facilities, however, internet of things (IoT) will be a new revolution to promote smart factory culture,…

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    1. Introduction The birth of industrial revolution have led to a series of widespread cases of air pollution in the world today. Industrialization have brought about an improved standard of living as well as contributing to our advancement in technology over the years. In general, air pollution refers to the presence of substance in the air which has harmful or poisonous effects. For example, volatile organic compounds. These carbon-based chemicals evaporate easily at ordinary temperatures and…

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    profit and keep up with the demands of consumers. Since manufacturing facilities in smaller countries can pay their workers lower wages, they can export products at very low prices. By paying less for production, businesses are able to keep the price of products on the shelf lower. Despite lower production costs, low wage manufacturing companies are a controversial topic because there are several different points of view that people have…

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    The industrial revolution in Great Britain The industrial revolution took place all around the world, from the 17th century to the late 19th. It changed the usual rural society into a modern and industrial one. The first country where the industrial revolution began was the Great Britain, as it has the legal conditions for this movement to take off. One of the most important reasons was the population rising. It doubled in less than one century. Even if it wasn’t the unique country with…

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    States in the early 19th century. It was first created to raise people’s standard of living. Before the revolution people were living on farmland, small towns or villages where there were little manufacturing. This includes the transitions from hand production methods to machines and factories. Which increased the efficiency of waterpower machines as well as steam power and the development of machine tools. Photo: The negative things about the industrial revolution were and they are that the…

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    The Industrial Revolution brought about significant changes to the world. It started in the mid – 1700’s in Great Britain, where changed impacted rural life, cultivation, and fossil fuel as a means for power. Innovation was introduced to the world, but there were also adverse consequences that came along with it. The population increased which affected the rise in living norms, which steered the reduction of everyday resources. The pollution became a major issue, due to the coal burn offs that…

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    Introduction: The industrial revolution was the great increase production of machine-made goods. It began in England in the mid 1700’s. There were more job opportunities and life and work conditions changed drastically for many people. The factories had all the resources needed to make their products, however they needed workers. Women and children were considered cheap labor; therefore they worked many hours receiving little money. Child Labor was used in the 17th century, unfortunately this…

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    In the 19th, there was a boom in the industrial revolution. The world was transitioning from farming to railroad lines and steel production. People were getting jobs in factories and steel mills. With the new revolution, there was a rise in economic systems such as capitalism and socialism. While capitalism is a free market economy(meaning little to no government in businesses), socialism is a mixed economy(meaning the government may control and provide things like utility, water, and etc.)…

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    Changing America The United States was only a country for about 15 years before the basic way of life for people in the country started to change drastically. We developed politically and economically, expanded westward and divided along sectional borders. However these are not the only characteristics that define this time period. 1790-1860 was a period of rapid industrialization, market revolution and changing social order. This was largely due to new methods of transportation, mechanization…

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