ED 100 Lecture 3

ED 100 Lecture 3 - ED 100 Lecture 3 Implosion and Explosion...

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ED 100 Lecture 3 Implosion and Explosion of a City 3 Factors in Beginning of the Industrial City 1. Changes in Technologies How it is applied to production has changed as well. 1750 industry changed because of innovations. Basic production was carried out at home before. It was not really one particular change, but many little that led to the mill. Now there was a split between work and home. Steam engines freed the factories from the streams. The use of the machine increased capital which increased productivity. This called for more workers. Capitalists went to find workers in places where they already were or they made their own city. 2. Social Change S1. To work in a factory is not natural, but learned. Show up and do the same thing day after day where as before men were farmers who worked with the seasons and did many different tasks. This was a comfortable change. S2. The move to the city presented new opportunities for work. It had an intellectual and emotional attractiveness. There is a pull and push towards the city. The closure of the commons in England pushed many people to
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