Jenner found that the boy fell ill to cowpox but after recovering, he was immune to smallpox thus the method of vaccination was born. This discovery was important as it was an improvement on the previous method of inoculation. Inoculation involved deliberately infecting someone with the desired disease but death rates were extremely high as a result of this practise. However Jenner’s discovery of the smallpox vaccination meant that more lives were saved because there were fewer deaths associated with the vaccination technique and it became more popular than inoculation - eventually becoming a widespread method of disease prevention as it is still in use today. The factors of enquiry and science & technology played an important part in the build up to the development of the smallpox vaccination.
This would mean a much larger population working in factories and more people easily able to move to Manchester to work. While this would be good for factory production, it also meant overcrowding in the city. Thomas B. Macaulay, a liberal member of Parliament recalled in his essay “Southey’s Colloquies” in the 1830’s that conditions were much better in Manchester because of the effects of manufacturing. He said that because people
As you can see in source 13 it shows a painting of a new railway station. My second change is the work the cotton and wool industry grew and grew this caused more jobs for the people. Many children worked in the cotton mills as you can see in source 10 on the handout. This helped countries trade and bring in money which helped the economy a lot. My final change is the health and the medicine a vaccination had been developed for small pox.
The Female Mill workers experienced long hours with a smaller pay in comparison to men. In England Woman received almost half the pay as a man would doing the same job (Doc.G). Lower wages was common among women but, there were more women working in mills than men and men did not work as hard for twice the pay. As told in (Doc.F) Mrs.Smith explains her lifestyle and experience working with in the mill with her family. She says she complains about nothing but the low wages, stating that her husband makes 12s each week and she makes 2s.
Impact of industrialization on workers in the united states from 1865-1914 Teddy lapommeray Mrs. Boland A.p U.S. history The impact of industrialization affected the working people in the United States in many ways and I will explain how. In that time period the workers had no other choice but to work with the rich trying to expand their wealth look in to industrial plans. I believe that the working class had a really tough time and I think that the industrial times were hard times. Industrialization is a process of social and economic change whereby a human group is transformed from a pre-industrial society into an industrial one. This followed the civil war the workers in the united states were out of work.
The Industrial Revolution’s factory system was an inadequate experience for laborers thanks to long, taxing working days and the lack of concern towards the personal hygiene of factory workers. The average workday for factory laborers was approximately ten hours, starting at six A.M. and ending at half past five P.M (A Working Day in a Manchester Cotton Mill 155). This was very demanding to factory workers when compared to today’s 9-to-5 workday, which is still considered tedious. Also, the punishments for not meeting the requirements for the workday were very harsh. For the act of being even momentarily late to work, workers were charged twopence, and some factories would even close the gates of the factory, which disallowed workers from going to their job if tardy (A Working Day in a Manchester Cotton Mill 154).
Surrounded by dust and dirt, these women are working long hours, in crowded factories, with little food and overall unsuitable working conditions. Woman’s eating habits are suffering a substantial amount. Most jobs start extremely early in the morning, giving them limited amount of time, even to have breakfast. To aggravate their hunger, the women are lucky if they have time for lunch and little to no amount of time for dinner. The industry causes starvation of women daily.
Scientific management and time-motion studies created a greater knowledge of production. With this knowledge, factory workers produced goods at an outstanding speed. By 1930 60% of families owned cars. The mobility of cars created more consumption because goods could be transported without the use "1 of trains. The economic boom gave more people throughout the United States the opportunity to enjoy themselves.
Many factory/business owners invested in overseas undivelopments .Many people started building skills and were offered better jobs. During the 19th century there was many positive effects such development of electricity, mass production of goods ,and it was also the start of many new inventions which eased every day life. Also, with the steam engine people could travel around the world at a low cost and were able to have a safe trip compared to before. instead of reading about different countries or sites people were able to see the sites them selfs thanks to transportation. They could also communicate very quickly.
Entrepreneurs started to create new inventions that would speed up the process of spinning and weaving meaning more cotton could be produced and exported. Mills started to be built as entrepreneurs started to hire workers to work there. The new technology that was produced such as the Spinning Jenny or Water Frame allowed each worker to produce more at a lower cost. The new technology was only enabled by water power and later steam power, allowing the industrial revolution in Britain to evolve quickly. The building of canals, Turnpike roads and railways allowed raw material within Britain to be transported to where they needed to be quickly.