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    I normally consider myself to be a person who appreciates simplicity, so my initial reaction to this question was that I would prefer a foraging society to an industrial society. By the time I had finished thinking it through, however, I was less certain of my preference. Four advantages of a foraging society that I find particularly compelling (in addition to “simplicity,” to whatever extent that assumption is true) relate to human health, population control, egalitarianism, and sustainability

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    Industrial Revolution While some might argue that Industrialization had primarily positive consequences for society because there were tons of jobs available, it was actually a negative thing for society. Industrialization’s negative effects were horrible working conditions, overpopulated cities, and factories where polluting the air. Even if there were a couple positive things that happened it was still a negative effect overall. People working during this time period had it rough. They had to

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    Sociology 321 Zahra Nazir Has Canada become a post-industrial society? * What does “post-industrialism” mean and what are the main characteristics of “industrial” and “postindustrial” societies? * Using the concepts of “industrial” and “postindustrial” societies: How has work changed in Canada over time? (pg20,24) Is “postindustrial” a proper description for Canadian society today? Bell argued that postindustrial societies would engage most workers in the production and dissemination

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    carriages to modern day life? The Industrial Revolution is one of the greatest and most impactful time in our nation's history that made all of these changes come to life and impacted not just the people who lived during the time, but even the life we're living today. The Industrial Revolution created many new types of industries, businesses, and products that changed the consumer culture of the time along with society as a whole. This not only includes society from that time period but for modern

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    In order to grasp the impact that the Industrial Revolution had on society, it is important to understand how drastically different people lived before this time. During the late 1700’s, manufacturing goods were nothing new to Britain and the rest of Europe and the production of goods fell on the shoulders of manual laborers and farmers. In order to survive, ordinary British families had to farm, breed livestock, and make their own goods such as clothes and soap. Much of the work was done by hand

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    The Industrial Revolution, which occurred between 1820 and 1840, has stayed with America for the past couple hundred years. It had such a significant impact, that society now days runs and looks similar to it did back then. With large factories, millions of jobs, and huge skyscrapers, today’s civilizations would be nothing without the Industrial Revolution. During the Industrialization, entrepreneurs became very wealthy with their new inventions and ideas towards the betterment of their country.

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    The industrial revolution introduced new ideas and revelations for the technology we enjoy today. During the years between 1750 and 1914 people began to discover more innovative ways of producing goods, which in turn boosted their economy. The British and French had similar ideas about the industrial path, but due to the French Revolution, France had other issues to contend with whereas Britain continued to industrialise. The industrial Revolution certainly boosted the economy; however, the social

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    Going through industrial revolutions have been the greatest impacts on human kind and its behaviour. Technology, science, literature and many other every day existences were developing speedily throughout the 18th and 19th century that entirely changed the human race. Philosophers have been analysing and explaining the reasons and causes for the industrial improvement society had gone through and expectantly we managed to have an insight of how it evolved and affected our economy. Realising the

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    Industrial Revolution Has Effects Like No One Imagined The Industrial era is the beginning of new inventions and improvements, improvements that have negative impacts on society and individuals. The Industrial era has brought us new inventions to use on a daily basis and that make our jobs easier than they were slightly over 100 years ago. Overall, the Industrial era has brought us more negative effects on our life than positive, like harsh working conditions and a higher health risk living near

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    Before the Industrial Revolution and the use of machines, societies were small, rural, and dependent on local resources. Economic was limited to the amount of labor a human being could provide for their family was limited. The first occupation was that of hunter-gatherer. Preindustrial Societies was the first occupation of the hunter-gatherer. The Hunter-gatherer societies dependent on the environment of various types of preindustrial societies. There were 10 structure of human society and mostly

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