AP World Period 5. - 5.2 AP WORLD HISTORY PERIOD 5...

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5.2 AP WORLD HISTORY PERIOD 5: Industrialization and Global Interaction Go to Period Guide What is Industrialization? The process of mass production of Goods (product that are higher quality) Where did it Start? The industrial revolution started in Britain 5 Factors that lead to the Industrial Revolution in Britain 1. Location 2. Access to resources 3. Geography 4. Agricultural Production 5. Urbanization 1. Location Triangle of trade 2. Access to resources Coal The primary source of energy Source of power for industries and trains a. Steam Engines Higher Output of Energy Cheaper than wood Mining: Northern England and South Wales Annual Output: 3 million tons in 1700, 6.5 million tons Iron Resource for production an industry Henery Corts “Puddling Process” 1874 Was a new process that melted and Stirred Not brittle A lot stronger Timber 3. Geography
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5.2 Improvements to rivers in the 16th and 17th centuries Channeled rivers into narrower and deeper rivers Demand for economic and reliable transport of commodities and goods Narro canal extended to industrial areas 4. Agricultural Production Series of Innovations the commercialized farming New crops and New Methods Crop Rotations Crops Iron Plow 5. Urbanization John Locke We have the right to our own positions The government can't take your property unless they have a just reasoning Capitalism The economic system based on private ownership of the means of production for the operation of a profit
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5.2 Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the greatest amount of people Cotton Prior to the Industrial Revolution 1. Period 1: Americas & Indian Subcontinent 2.
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