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Do you agree that the industrial revolution was primarily a political phenomena rather than a purely economic process

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It will be argued that the industrial revolution was primarily a political phenomena rather than a purely economic process. It is obvious that the industrial revolution was not a purely economic process but complex phenomena. In this particular event, we can find many kinds of enormous changes which influenced many aspects such as economic, political, social, and technological parts. Industrial Revolution’s General Date is in late 18th century (1760-1860). At that time, it was introduces the manufacture of machinery. Especially in Britain, there were many manual human resources. The iron production and textile industries were developed. It stimulated the trade industries and it enabled by improved the transportation such as roads, railways and canals.

목차

Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. The reason of happening the industrial revolution in Britain
Ⅲ. The Spread of Industrialization to the Continent
Ⅳ. Social Impact of the Industrial revolution
Ⅴ. Conclusion
Ⅵ. Bibliograghy

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Most famous part is the invention of the steam engine. Many people consider the specific part of the industrial revolution like economic or technological views. However, there are many social effects which are related with the human resources. Like a developing countries process, many labours moved into the new mechanical industries. Their condition was more severe, unfair than these days. Also, as social effects appeared, the printing and publishing is developed and stimulated the capitalism.
At this point, I decided the General Outlines; the reason of happening the industrial revolution in Britain, the spread of industrialization to the continent and the social impacts of the industrialization.

참고 자료

1. Schofield, R.: “British population change, 1700-1871”in R. Floud& D. McCloskey (eds.), The Economic History of Britain Since 1700, Volume 1, Second edition, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
2. Business and Economics. Leading Issues in Economic Development`, Oxford University Press US. ISBN 0-19-511589-9
3. Ashton, Thomas S. The Industrial Revolution: 1760-1830. 1948.
4. Arnold Toynbee (1884), “Lectures on The Industrial Revolution in England”
5. Clark Nardinelli, “Industrial Revolution and the Standard of Living” (http://www.econlib.org/LIBRARY/Enc/IndustrialRevolutionandtheStandardofLiving.html)
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