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The Social Impact of the Industrial Revolution

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Transcript of The Social Impact of the Industrial Revolution

Industrial Working Class


- bad working conditions
- 12 to 16 hours, 5 to 6 days a week
- everyone worked
- The women and children were not paid
as much as men




How did the Industrial Revolution
impact society?
Population Growth and Urbanization

Two New Social Classes: The Industrial Middle class and the Industrial Working class
-child labor
-factory act
New Social Class : The Industrial Middle class
The Social Impact of the Industrial Revolution

-easily trained
-1821 half of Britain were under the age of 20
- abundant supply of labor
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9e/BASF_Werk_Ludwigshafen_1881.JPG
https://www.mtholyoke.edu/courses/rschwart/ind_rev/images/IR36GR21x1.jpg
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_9ppOYpMAdRI/TPoqM4OBPnI/AAAAAAAAAIE/ey2Lg1N4s2k/s1600/lotsofworkers.jpg
http://geopolicraticus.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/industrial-city.jpg
http://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/112667/file-16427010-jpg/images/industrial-revolution.jpg?t=1364981176000
http://cdn2.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article29223969.ece/ALTERNATES/h342/BELFAST+400+street+19.jpg
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/08/21/article-2189389-1492EDB2000005DC-791_468x373.jpg
http://blogs.bu.edu/guidedhistory/files/2013/05/child-labor.jpg
http://blogs.isb.bj.edu.cn/16jessicaw/files/2013/05/19.-How-the-Poor-lived2.jpg
History book : The Essential World History Volume II Since 1500 pages 467-469
http://webs.bcp.org/sites/vcleary/ModernWorldHistoryTextbook/IndustrialRevolution/Images/sweeper-and-doffer.jpg
http://www.yamacanyons.net/IndRev7.jpg
http://asianhistory.about.com/od/governmentandlaw/f/Difference-Between-Communism-And-Socialism.htm
http://www.cove.k12.or.us/sites/cove.k12.or.us/files/File/teachers/gorhamj/World_History/wh07_te_ch19_s03.pdf
Sources
food supply:
-better fed
-resistant to disease
Child Labor
Addie Laird
- 12-year-old textile
factory worker
- important : delicate touch
-gather loose cotton
William Green
- Middle class
Merchants
Artisans
Investors

- lived in well-furnished houses
- well educated
-spacious homes
-water supply
-fancy clothing
- women took care of children

John Collins
-coal miner

- miners important
- iron and coal
- dangerous

Summary
Population growth and Urbanizaton
Social Classes
Industrial Working class
Industrial Middle class
1830
-2/3 were women and children
1833
Factory Act: led to the
decline of child labor
50% of workers were women in the factories
History are us
Host: Yu Jin Lee
THANK YOU
See you next time
- lived in the slums
- no sanitation system
- no water supply
-tenements
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