The development of these technologies changed transportation, manufacturing, and even communication. These technologies also contributed to creating huge factories, through standardization, and thus furthering urbanization. The assembly line was a massive factor in industrialization, although it was invented pre-civil war; it allowed the mass production of goods and increased worker efficiency. People were now able to afford things that only the wealthy would have been able to afford in the past. On the other hand, the assembly line did indeed deskill many workers, and further reorganized how the people made a living.
Evaluate the implications of US industrialization in the period 1919-1929 The impact of industrialization was that it changed the US society by directly impacting the US economy during the period 1919-1929. It can be argued that industrialization had both a positive and negative impact on US society. On a positive note, the nature of industrialization created the economic cycle of the 1920’s as well as built up the strength of the economy making the US the financial leader of the world. However, historians may argue that industrialization had a negative impact on the US, in that it created economic imbalances and created instability and unsustainable structures on which the US economy was based upon. During the period 1919-1929, industrialization had a positive impact on US society by improving the standard of living and working conditions for many Americans.
Rohan Vinaik January 21st, 2011 AP European History Manchester DBQ During the Industrial Revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries in Britain, many changes, both social and economic, occurred. A direct result of these changes was the rapid urbanization of the British countryside, causing intense population growth in previously lightly populated areas. A clear, textbook example of this rapid urbanization is Manchester. From the years 1750 to 1851, the population of Manchester rose from 18,000 to over 300,000. As this rapid population shift continued to intensify throughout the early 19th century, social problems began to manifest themselves upon the working class of these ‘new’ cities.
When steam power replaced water power, industries and factories arose, creating industrialized areas which attracted more and more people with the promise of paying jobs. While the increase in America’s urban population was great for the labor market, it also had an effect on the social reforms of the areas. The overcrowding of some areas led to outbreaks of contagious diseases such as cholera and typhoid. Medical personnel
Emily Cornwell Mr. Costello IB History/Period 6 3 December 2010 Word Count: 993 Was the Rise of Industrial Capitalism in the Second Half of the 1800’s Good for the United States? Evidence: As the Industrial Revolution arose, a new system of industrial capitalism had transformed America. The rise of industrial capitalism industrialized America which changed the way people managed and controlled a business based on the ideas of large-scale corporations. With this new system, it both stimulated and perturbed people due to the benefits and consequences it had. The rise of industrial capitalism drastically changed America and the way people thought which had a both positive and negative effect on America.
During the nineteenth century, Manchester became one of the most industrialized cities in the world. Although the industrialization of Manchester was extreme efficacious and successful for the modernization of man, Manchester’s growth also raised many issues in society. These issues spurred a number of reactions that people formed in response to the revolutionary city of it’s time. The hygienic conditions of the city were major issues raised from the growth of Manchester. The spread of disease throughout the city was extremely common.
Prior to the Industrial Revolution, most of the people migrated from farms to cities, also known as urbanization. As majority of the people originated from farms, they were not experienced to the technological machinery used in the new industrial city, imposing a harsh new way of life on workers. As the result, workers suffered accidents from machines with no safety devices, resulting in severed body parts or even death, with the exception of the dangerous working conditions and environments with the exception of the Luddites . Women and children were employed or hired due to stereotypical reasons, however every worker was affected from the conditions and situations as rapid urbanization caused decreased wages and a increased spread of diseases. If a worker was or found to be ill or injured, they will lose their job.
The early days of the Industrial revolution from 1800 to 1837 are a big change for America. It is principally a transformation in the economy due to the creations of new industries. Indeed, America shifts from an agrarian handcraft economy to a modern and technological one. However, even though the industrial changes brought economic advantages, it also brought stratification among Americans. In one side there is the working class fighting for his rights, and on the other side middle and upper class seeking their profits.
Changing lifestyles within the 1920s During the 1920s, there was a lot of changes in everyday lifestyle. Increasing consumerism, Harlem Renaissance, Prohibition, popularity of Radio and movies, sports Mania, and the change of role in women were the main cause. What will change next? Since families had more money to spend, the rise of incoming money arose. The expansion of physical output meant that business men had a larger volume of goods to market.
During the industrialization period, many new ideas came occurred government, military, and technology that caused a transformation in the United States society. For those reasons, tension in society increased because of the rapid changes. Government passed new laws, the military