02-10-09 Industrialization and Its Consequences

02-10-09 Industrialization and Its Consequences - 2/10/09...

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2/10/09 Industrialization and Its Consequences I. British Industrialization: Key industries II. Social Consequences a. Demographic Change b. Class Formation III. Gender and the Family in the Era of Industrialization a. Separate Spheres b. The Bourgeois Home c. The Public Sphere d. Early Feminism and the “New Woman” Carlyle - Represents part of a growing 19 th century revolution - Problem with French Revolution because he believed it took away things that worked - System is changed from old to new, estates to a theory of equality or equal rights, but instead (pg.102, Gospel of…) people are worshipping wealth and profit over other values - Suggests they need an aristocracy and a priesthood (pg.108) or else Europe cannot continue to exist - Beginning of the emergence of conservatism, or gains strength after the liberal ideas of revolution failed Key Industries - Cotton Grew up around major ports and depended on African slave labor Shifts from being an importer to exporter in 19 th century Changes by technological change and organizational change of labor Putting out system: farm workers spun at home to supplement their
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