Due to the creation of such equipment, there was an outburst of new jobs, wh... ... middle of paper ... ...e not for the Industrial Revolution and the innovative ideas that it sparked. The Industrial Revolution initiated a time period of innovation and technological success. It was a transition between physical works into manufacturing through machines. Although the Industrial Revolution may have been depicted as a time of harsh labor and appalling living conditions, it ultimately created an enhanced society in which the later generations could prosper based off of the hard work of the British at that time. Through years of invention and improvements, England was able to advance in technology and evolve over the years spreading ideas around the world.
Wether it was the power loom, steam engine, railroads, spinning jenny or the cotton gin, the world's economy would never be the same. The machines replaced labor intensive jobs and allowed goods to be produced in factories instead of at home. With factories being built in the cities, people started to leave the countryside and follow the jobs, which led them to move to the cities. Economics weren't the only changes coming, social and political changes were on the way. All the economic changes of the Neolithic and Industrial Revolutions brought many societal changes with them.
The Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution is a term usually applied to the social and economic changes that mark the transition from a stable agricultural and commercial society, to a modern industrial society relying on complex machinery rather than tools. There have been numerous debates to the use of this term because the word "revolution" suggests sudden, violent, unparalleled change. Even though there was an unparalleled change in the world, it was by no means sudden nor violent. The world's social and economic structures changed due to marvelous inventions and innovations. These inventions and innovations led to a factory system of large-scale machine production and greater economic specialization.
During the mid 18th century through the 19th century England started the Industrial Revolution. At the end of the industrial revolution there were more advantages than disadvantages, because the industrial revolution had to had cynical altercation in order for an increase in positive results. For example, the way goods were now manufacture. The goods were no longer produced in the household but in factories. England’s society had grown from agricultural to an industry dependent on manufacturing.
As is human nature, major change was met with great resistant. Ultimately, the most successful people during the transition were those that adapted quickly. The industrial revolution is often mistakenly thought of simply as a time period when science was becoming more organized and resulted in the production of new machinery. The Industrial revolution was a period when major changes in agriculture, manufacturing, and transportation had a profound effect on socioeconomic and cultural conditions. The Industrial revolution denoted a major turning point in human social history as nearly every aspect of daily life and human society was influenced in some way.
Over all, the effects of the revolution changed the way materials are transported, how products are made, on a global basis.The Industrial Revolution was a critical turning point in European history because the changes made are integral in the modern age. The inventions made expanded the global market, a solid infrastructure was built to support a stable economy, as well as shift in individuals socioeconomic status. Without the inventions of the Industrial Revolution, the machines that increased productivity and quicken production would not be present in today’s factories and manufacturing industry would not have the assembly line and mass production we have today. British inventors created the machines that make mass production possible. The invention of the Spinning Jenny had a major impact on the production of the cotton industry, this in turn led to the increase of factories in 1769.
Life was drastically changed during the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution was a period of time where machinery was used for manufacturing massive production of goods that began in England in the middle 1700s. This revolution was significant because machinery now changed the way nations produced and distributed goods; therefore, it increased the availability and affordability of goods for all people. To understand the Industrialization Revolution, it is necessary to take a closer look at the Pre-Industrialization. During the Pre-Industrialization, most people belonged to either high or low-class not middle class, and many were farmers who lived in the countryside.
Luckily, the Industrial Revolution arrived and these farmers found work in the emerging factories (Pavlic, P. 238). England’s financial innovations, the development of energy, transportation improvements, and the invention of machinery all helped to spark the Industrial Revolution (Pavlic, p. 239). As families began to urbanize, society was forced to make many changes to respond to the conditions. All of these changes because of the Industrial Revolution, created the modern society we live in today. The innovations in British banking, made investing in factories and manufacturing less risky for investors.
This essay would like to argue that there were many innovations during this era; however, the biggest changes that people went through were industrialization and trade. Industrialization stalled the manual labour and set off the machine-based manufacturing. This major shift was closely associated with new rules for workers who had to adapt to new system. Furthermore, free trade became a phenomenon that brought profit and gave domestic workers job opportunities. Industrialization was one of the major aspects during the Industrial Revolution.
Because of all the variables and factors of the time, the world was ready for a new era, a modern era that advanced the world far beyond expectations. The Romantic Era was a time of innovation, social struggles, and major changes in industry and society, all due to Industrialization. One of the most important was all of the innovation that occurred. The Romantic era saw a series of economic and technological changes, originally and principally in England, which were later designated by the term “Industrial Revolution”. This term would forever hold true, as europe became the “industrial cradle” of the world.