Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution Causes and Consequences Mindmap

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Industrial Revolution by Mind Map: Industrial Revolution

1. Urbanization

1.1. movement from rural areas to cities

1.2. dependance on services

1.3. increase in population in cities

1.4. lack of services (water) and sanitation

2. Stable Agricultural Society

2.1. Improved food supply

2.2. Improved food quality

2.3. High food supply

3. Better Transportation

3.1. Faster

3.2. Cheaper

3.3. Better communication

4. Government involvement

4.1. No aid for workers with injuries

4.2. Strong central government support population

4.3. Reforms in democracy

5. Factories

5.1. movement from farms to cities

5.2. women and children cheapest to pay

5.2.1. increase in number of women and children working at factories

5.3. men upset because of loss of jobs

5.3.1. protested and complained

5.4. Cheaper and faster

5.5. Longer hours

5.5.1. no more working from home

6. Labour Surplus

6.1. More jobs

6.1.1. Growth of Middle Class

6.1.2. Skilled workers, professionals, business people, wealthy farmers

6.2. More people to do jobs

6.2.1. men- managers

6.2.2. women and children- manual workers

7. Abundance of Natural Resources

7.1. Increase in agricultural production

7.2. Overexploitation of natural resources

7.2.1. Loss of natural resources

8. Poor Working Conditions

8.1. Injuries caused by machines

8.2. Child Abuse

8.3. Same work

8.4. Strikes

9. Improvement in Technology

9.1. Factories for textile industry

9.2. Cheaper

9.3. Quicker

9.4. Increase production rates

10. Rise of Global Inequality

10.1. Widened gap between industrialized and non- industrialized nations

10.2. Rise of colonization by powerful countries

10.3. Imperialism by powerful countries

11. Family life disrupted

11.1. families separated

11.2. women and children required to work too

11.3. women paid less than men

12. Divisions between classes

12.1. Rich vs. Poor

12.2. Formation of middle class

12.3. Formation of working class

13. Manual Production not Meeting Needs

13.1. Demand for machinery

13.2. Loss of jobs

13.3. Scarcity in neccessities

13.3.1. Starvation

14. Specialization of Labour

14.1. Assembly line

14.2. Skilled workers

14.3. Increased production rate

15. Rapid Increase of Goods

15.1. Increase life expectancy

15.2. Lower prices of goods

15.3. Increase in education