The Industrial Revolution which originated from England, slowly began its worldwide expansion in the mid-1700. The modern world was formed through the modifications made during the time of the revolution and new imperialism. Technology advancements, fresh demands due to imperialism and more efficiently produced resources, they time period flourished for many years. The Industrial Revolution and New Imperialism resulted in both favorable and undesirable outcomes. Many sources led to the Industrial Revolution including new production requirements and technological enhancements.
The interaction between the people and the environment was the main cause for the start of industrialization. According to Document 4, George WArner describes how England was fortunate enough to be provided with wool, coal, iron, and other materials that were nearby. Since Warner was an Englishman, he viewed the positive effects from obtaining these resources and how it aided Britain into the Industrial Revolution. According to Document 1, it shows an accurate map of the natural resources of England circa 1700. These raw materials were exploited for the benefit of the population because it demonstrated how these resources speak quickly and rapidly in England.
The main defining feature of the Industrial Revolution was a dramatic increase in the per capita production that was made possible by the mechanization of manufacturing and the processes that were carried out in factories. Its main social impact was that it changed an agrarian economy into an urban industrial
From the Agricultural Revolution came many new ideas and discoveries that helped the industrial process. The government is stable, wealthy and supports business growth. The situation in Great Britain was perfect for the Industrial
The Industrial Revolutions impact on society in Britain. Progress in technology and the economy, led to big changes in society during the industrialization. The industrial revolution started in Britain at the end of the 17th century, and caused increasing population, wealth and power. How were the working conditions, for people and children? How were the living conditions for the less wealthy?
The Industrial Revolution Progress in technology and economy led to big changes in society during the industrialization. The industrial revolution started in Britain at the end of 17th century, and caused increasing population, wealth and power. How was the working conditions for, people and children? How was the living conditions for the less wealthy? What caused the urbanization?
The Industrial Revolution brought change in the socioeconomics of western cultures. These changes, in turn, influenced families. Three major aspects of the industrial revolution have been cited by scholars of family history as having great influence on family life (Coontz, 1992; Hunt & Hunt, 1987; Lasch, 1983; Demos, 1986). First, the rise of market capitalism influenced which families had the opportunity to make money. Second, consumerism, that is, the desire/ability to attain to a higher standard of living, changed families ' motivation for earning money.
In the 1860’s new resources were exploited leading to a wider range of improvements and opportunities. These new natural resources caused rapid economic growth, but at a cost. There were many pros and cons, which resulted in a substantial need for change. The industrial revolution aimed to increase the GDP, which it did, and create more jobs for the growing population. The newly made factories came with many jobs, but compelled men to work long hours with low pay in horrid conditions.
Introduction The industrial revolution was the cause of innumerable social, political and economic changes in both states that experienced the revolution and states that did not. During the industrial revolution various states experienced rapid urbanization, promoted countless technological innovations, improved their economy and political status and finally changed their social structures. During the industrial revolution multiple people moved from the country sides into the cities. This vast movement cause rapid urbanization which resulted in the creation of large cities. The people moved to the cities in search of new life styles and jobs.
It also meant that the demand for raw materials increased multifold, which translated into more demand for colonies for their supply. Thus, technology boosted economy, which in turn impacted the foreign/strategic policies of the countries in question. Quite expectedly, the Industrial Revolution started in Britain and spread to other countries subsequently. Another facet of the Industrial Revolution was the social