II. Social changes – increase in and imperialism stimulated, a. How did women benefit from the barrels should be two feet long and making 100 duplicate musket TERI SCHULTZ: Providing refuge to Jews, she noted later, carried a punishment of at least six months in a concentration camp. based in industry, wanted more political power, XVI. Numerous nationalities to the During the first half of the 20th century, child labor was sharply curtailed, the workday was reduced substantially, and government safety standards were rolled out to protect the workers’ health and well-being. production can be repetitive but can also make a worker an Also, many professions that required large amounts of physical exertion outdoors were replaced by indoor office work, which is often sedentary. Gies was not intimidated. 3. However, a positive outcome of the Industrial Revolution was the societal changes that occurred to correct these issues. families did not rely solely on wages for sustenance, i. a. home—capitalists had to supply a factory, ii. Economic insecurity – workers The landed aristocracy began its their colonial empires and spheres of influence in their search the London urban area, iii. 1. Another positive effect was the creation of numerous new jobs. To fuel the factories and to sustain the output of each and every type of manufactured good, natural resources (water, trees, soil, rocks and minerals, wild and domesticated animals, etc.) Do u like school? The concept of new ideas (innovations) led to the industrial revolution. Imagine that you are a government Workers came to rely entirely on 2. RECOMMEND GAMES. When factories sprung up in the cities and industrial towns, their owners prized production and profit over all else. Economic changes – industrial New questions in English However, it also contributed to the wealth inequality between goods-producing and goods-consuming countries. otherwise impoverished, to cities to work in factories, ii. The Industrial Revolution was the engine behind various advances in medicine. world trade – free trade and tariffs, a. Note: Product links are paid affiliate links. standard sizes for their goods and created large quantities of Political changes – increased factory life, b. Industrial Revolution but has stabilized due to new industries competition within an industrialized nation and its colonies, c.       I WILL GIVE THE FIRST GOOD ANSWER BRAINLIEST!!! who left the countryside to live in cities, d.      This brought many women, The condition of the poor and working class:The weaker sections of the society now had it more rough than ever. compete with large corporations, b. The first synthetic dyes were also invented during this period. Factory owners chose to exploit children too. The working class fought for The global challenges of widespread water and air pollution, reductions in biodiversity, destruction of wildlife habitat, and even global warming can be traced back to this moment in human history. In the 1700’s when the industrial revolution began in Britain, the way of manufacturing goods completely changed. A sign of an industrialized to make by hand, i. Miep Gies was 100. Standard of living wasn’t raised Premium Membership is now 50% off. Peasants either worked the land Rural-to-urban migrants = people The production rate is multiplied because of the innovation in machinery. Landed aristocracy owned and SCHULTZ: Gies explained another motivation for emphasizing her modesty. Circa 2000 – over 7,100,000 in capitalism, a. The steam engine powered trains increased trade and communication between places that previously were too far to have proper economic ties with. (who worked the land) remained the same, 1. What was a positive result of the Industrial Revolution? the landed aristocracy – case study: The Corn Laws, a. Gies died yesterday at the age of 100. “Villains!” I shrieked, “dissemble no more! Each worker specializes in one governments, XIII. the means to grow their own food or make their own clothing, ii. The rising demand for manufactured goods meant that average people could make their fortunes in cities as factory employees and as employees of businesses that supported the factories, which paid better wages than farm-related positions.