Industrial Revolution

Industrialization is the large-scale introduction of manufacturing, advanced technical enterprises, and other productive economic activity into an area, society, country. Industrialization in historical terms is a huge turning point in history and the process of making factories all around.

The Industrial Revolution was a period in the late 18th and early 19th century when major agriculture manufacturing and transportation had a profound effect on social economic and cultural conditions in Britain and spread throughout Europe and eventually the world, a process that continued as industrialization. The Industrial Revolution was a turning point in human social history.

Every aspect in living was influenced in some way. It started with mechanization with textile industrialization with textile industry, the development of iron making machines as the increased use of refine coal. Once it started it easy spread. Trade expansion was enabled by the introductions of railroads. The introduction of steam power and powered machinery was the cause of the dramatic increases of production capacity and also the population in England and Great Britain. Without the Industrialization the world would not be what it is today and many countries would not be as wealthy as they are now.

When the Industrial Revolution began to come in affect and flooded the market with affordable consumer goods, these manufactured goods greatly improved the living conditions of the citizens of these industrialized countries. When the cost of living decreased and the standard of living increased, the population experienced a large boom. This resulted in many jobs which was very good for the economy and that’s why many of these Industrialized countries began to be more wealthy. Most families also went through large changes through the Industrial Revolution.

Where most families were involved in agricultural work before industrialization, the factory system led to a change in the family structure. Most members of the family, including the children, were moved outside of the agricultural work involved in the household and they were shifted into working in mass production factories. Children were known to live up to only 17 years of age.