Industrial Revolution Circular Map

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Consequences
Replacement of human labour with machines
Cotton Gin
Sewing Machine
Loom
Spinning Wheel
Rural to Urban Migration
Increase in city population
Increase in production for all sectors
Beef production in Uruguay
Silk industry in Japan
Sugar industry in Cuba
Textile industry in Britain
Improved standard of living for owners
Development of extravagant homes;
Economic and global, power and
wealth to the industrialized
nations
Japan
Britain
United States of America
France
Emergence of new ideologies to
accompany Industrial Revolution
changes
Capitalism
Conservatism
Romanticism
Communism
Liberalism
Socialism
Social Dariwinism
Imperialism
Colonialism
South American dependence on
Europe and North American
African dependence on Europe
Exploration
Gender Inequality
Child Labor
Child Labor laws
Breakthroughs in transportation methods
Trains and Railways
Steam Engine
First Airplane
Eradication of traditional class system
Owners minority, majority of wealth
Workers majority, minority of wealth
Decrease in standard of living
for some wage earners
Development of tenements
Increase in number of disease epidemics
Unemployment
Increase in quality and
consistency of goods
Customers expect good quality goods
Competition between stores to
provide better quality goods
Trade and Work Unions
Workers have a say in their
career earnings and benefits
Public education systems
Better educated workers
Specialization of labor
Assembly Lines
Variety of goods
Competition between stores to
provide more variety
Reforms in the government
Changes in the way goods wer...
Social changes
Which goods were acceptable
Economic changes
Profitable goods
Technological changes
Production of more goods
Production of better goods
Faster transportation of goods
Causes
Low production in all sectors
Cottage industry
Farming by hand
Abundance of capital
Raw materials
Rubber
Coffee
Tobacco
Alchohol
Necessity
Industrial Revolution only way to
meet growing demand
Same way of life from
Greek/Roman era to 1700
Market for goods
Africa
Asia
South America
Scientific Revolution
Better medicine
Less deaths
Advances in technology
Agricultural Revolution
More food
Crop Rotation method
Population boom
Workers
Enclosure movement
Tenant Farmers
Move to cities
New Inventions
Lack of need for many individuals on farms
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