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Industrial Revolution by Mind Map: Industrial Revolution
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Industrial Revolution

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

Exponential increase in the populations of countries and cities

Eradication of traditional class system; implementation of workers and owners class structure

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

Need for changed motivated individuals to try and join government

Reforms in the government

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

Changes in the way goods were transported, purchased, and produced

Social changes

Which goods were acceptable

Economic changes

Profitable goods

Technological changes

Production of more goods

Production of better goods

Faster transportation of goods