H111 Industrial and Technical Changes

H111 Industrial and - Industrialization and its Results The Industrial Revolution(17501850 Change in Economic Structure Developments in

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Unformatted text preview: Industrialization and its Results The Industrial Revolution (17501850) Change in Economic Structure Developments in Technologies Organizational Developments Economic and Social Repercussions Critics of the Change Beginnings in Great Britain Coal Colonies Cloth 1733 Flying Shuttle 1786 Edmund Cartwright and the Power Loom Power Loom with Shuttles The Factories An end the the "Putting Out System" A New Division of Labor The Wealth of Nations A New Discipline Josiah Wedgewood Work in the Factories The Owner The Jobs The Schedule The Supervisor The Danger Protests 1811-1816 The Luddites Nottingham Lancashire Changing Images of the Boss New Technologies 1765 James Watt and the Steam Engine Steam Ship Railroads The Railroads 2/3 Profits from Passengers Division into Classes Moving to the Cities Shift away from countryside 1800 20 cities in Europe with populations of 100.000 1900 More than 150 cities in Europe and N. America London 6.5 million NY 4.2 million Paris 3.3 million Berlin 2.7 Gustave Dor: A City Thoroughfare Gustave Dor: Seven Dials The Benefits of Industrialization Rise in purchasing power New tools Food markets Consumer culture Industrialization: A Good Thing? ...
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H111 Industrial and - Industrialization and its Results The Industrial Revolution(17501850 Change in Economic Structure Developments in

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