Age Of Imperialism Research Paper

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Countries periodically undergo a significant amount of change. Change can affect the world as a whole on how it operates in its society, the economy, and politically. The industrial revolution was a prime example of change. Furthermore, the industrial revolution was the improvement and increase in manufacturing starting in England in the mid-1700s. (Beck, Roger B. "Chapter 9/ The Beginnings of Industrialization." Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction. Orlando, FL.: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Pub., 2012. 283. Print.) However, the industrial revolution did not just stay in its origin of England, it diffused all throughout the world. The industrial revolution made life in the 1700s and 1800s easier because of the various inventions created, such as the cotton gin in the United States of America; the cotton gin separated the seeds from the cotton making working faster and easier. The industrial revolution made use out of resources in a country to make new operations of manufacturing. For example, the steamboat reason for its created was to serve as a mode of transportation that used the resources of steam power and rivers. Furthermore, the steamboat made transporting supplies faster and more effective. Resources was a necessity for the inventions of machinery…show more content…
Europe already had different tools to help prevent disease; furthermore, they brought their techniques to Africa. As a result of the Industrial revolution, Europe had different technology that made their medical field more advanced due to the extensive amount of medical equipment; however, because of the Age of Imperialism Africa was able to benefit and improve their medical industry. Europe also had soap and other hygienic tools that prevented soap from decreasing the amount of bacteria exposed, as a result life
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