Arguably fueled by the economic necessity of many women, the Industrial Revolution was an episode in history which can be credited for the recognition of modern cities today. Though the Industrial Revolution ushered in an era of innovative machinery, increased work production, and a society which was more interconnected than ever, the Industrial Revolution for the most part, had very limited benefits on the lives of women. Prior to the Industrial Revolution, mass-production factories were singular. However, in the late eighteenth century, a period of major industrialization blossomed, resulting in the mechanization of agriculture, textile manufacturing, and a revolution in transportation. The factory systems developed during this time period
Immigrants, women, and children were taking advantage of because of their cheap labor. The quality they produced did not reflect their paycheck. Only if you were a small big business owner would be your limited way to wealth. Children would take the jobs faster than adults because other adults could persuade
The Industrial Revolution witnessed the evolution of large urban centers, such as Boston and New York City. It changed society from agrarian to mechanical, which further moved jobs to larger cities. As every coin has two sides, there are negative sides to this. Primarily, it caused severe pollution. The environment condition was bad with smokes surrounding them.
A skilled worker was no longer needed to manufacture a product.” Instead of getting another laborer they could be taught easily to use machinery, if this person decided to resign they could be easily replaced due to the surplus of immigrants looking for jobs. The Gilded Age was known as the Industrial era for the use of factory systems, and the new inventions of machinery that replaced the need for as much human labor. As a result of this, America in the last decades of the nineteenth century was controlled by labor unrest and incurious workers who are losing their jobs and violent strikes. An example of this was The Great Railroad Strike of 1877.
Urbanization from 1850 to 1910 went from about 10% to 40% (Historical Statistics). The rise in urbanization led to the increasing need for industrialization. When industrialization came to urban places, it brought many social and economic problems. Jane Addams and Andrew Carnegie were two different people who were around during industrialization and had different responses of the economic and social issues that came with it. "The good we secure for ourselves is precarious and uncertain until it is secured for all of us and incorporated into our common life," Jane Addams.
When the Exclusion Act was finally lifted in 1943, China was given a small immigration quota, and the community continued to grow, expanding slowly throughout the '40s and '50s” (Waxman, 1994, Growth in Chinatown, para. 1). Within the expansion of Chinese immigrants to America after the Chinese exclusion act was lifted, more Chinese immigrants moved to Chinatown and started to open their own business there. As we know today Chinatown is one of the oldest Chinatown in North America and the largest Chinese community outside Asia. It is a home for many Chinese immigrants that work in various jobs to help America 's economy be more successful. Chinatown is a place where many people from different backgrounds come share their cultures and it
Due to this time of advancement in history, the Industrial Revolution helped improve the efficiency of water power, increasing the use of steam power, and soon led to the development of machine tools. In several outstanding ways, this era of history had a major impact on our everyday lives. This era also
8. Urbanization: • Urban population: 99% of total population (2016 est.) • Rate of urbanization: 3.0% annual rate of change (2015 est.) • Major cities – population: DOHA (capital) 344,939 (2016) 9. Sex ratio: • At birth: 1.02 male(s) / female • 0-14 years: 1.03 male(s) / female • 15-24 years: 2.75 male(s) / female • 25-54 years: 4.8 male(s) / female • 55-64 years: 3.37 male(s) / female • 65 years and over: 1.5 male(s) / female • Total population: 3.29 male(s) / female (2014 est.)
People wonder why there are luxury buildings being built in poor communities. There are people out here in this world that don’t understand why the low income people move in those buildings if it’s in their community. As we American citizen have been living through the hazard of others over buying our homes and or having homes removed to another area by the government. Gentrification should be slowed down because demolishing small business and homes to build a big corporation, and condos to make more money should not be done. The government is supposed to help the people whose buildings that are being torn down to have the low income class buildings be renewed.
Since the small farmers sold their land,they moved into cities with hopes for more jobs, this is called urbanization. This feature gave available workers jobs. Urbanization was a successful feature of the Industrial Revolution and the longest lasting
Before Industrialization took over our lives, the pace of change in a preindustrial society was relatively slow. The Industrial Revolution was a major turning point in the way modern life was lived, it is a time period that greatly increased the output of machine made goods instead of man made goods made by craftsmen. As a result of the Industrial Revolution, the quality of life was improved. This way of life, made it easier for civilians, a new concept of supply and demand was emerging due to the rapid population growth. Ordinary craftsmen who had their own shop never felt the need to rush production because they were not getting business at a high rate.
By this time many women had to work in the workforce to help earn income, which took them away from their