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Unformatted text preview: The Industrial Revolution Revolution Introduction Introduction “First” Industrial Revolution, First” 1800-1850 1800-1850
Adaptation of Steam Engine Mechanization of Textile Making Iron industry Transportations “Second” Industrial Revolution, Second” 1850-1900 1850-1900
New forms of energy New industries First Industrial Revolution, 1800-1850 1800-1850 Preconditions Preconditions Growth of Population Europe: 1800 - 190 million people 1870 - 290 million people 1870 1914 - 435 million people Intensive Agricultural Techniques Fertilizers Increase of Agricultural Productivity Larger farms Cottage industry and crafts Regional specialization Agricultural Revolution Proto-industrialization Availability of Capital and Markets Availability “First” Industrial Revolution, 18001850 English Industrial Leadership Mechanization of Cotton Mechanization manufacturing manufacturing Flying Shuttle; Spinning Jenny; Water Flying Frames Frames Steam Engine Productivity increase Tool and machine making industries Iron Industry Industrialization spreads to Europe Industrialization and North America and Flying Shuttle Flying Hand Operated Loom Loom Thomas Newcomen’s Steam Engine Steam Iron Industry, ca 1860 Iron Social Implication of Early Industrialization Industrialization Mechanized Factories vs. Traditional Mechanized Manufacturing Forms Manufacturing Popular protest Popular Luddism Rapid Urbanization Social (Territorial) Segregation Crime Prostitution Child Labor Poor Working and Living Conditions Child Labor Child Early Industrial City Early Industrial London Industrial Living Conditions Living Emergence of Labor Movement and Socialism and Chartism Utopian Socialism Saint Simon Marx Marx Scientific Socialism “Class Struggle” Hegel’s dialectic Hegel’s K. Marx K. Workers’ Movement Workers’ ...
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