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  • Factory Workers In The Gilded Age

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    still needed a way to put food on the table and having mass production in factories. Therefore both of the workers were important but factory workers were better in the sense of economic wealth, this means they both were affected greatly by industrialization. In the Gilded Age farmers reacted upset due to the amount if land being by the main men in power of the industries. This resulted in less farming for the farmers. The factories did start to create better equipment for the farmers thought so

  • Lester R Brown's Argumentative Analysis

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    Brown (1995) has a clear vision of China’s future with food security, with his main argument stating that with the country’s rapid industrialization and population growth, “China will eventually be forced to import heavily to satisfy food demand” (Brown, 1995). Brown’s (1995) argument was based on ideas about Chinese diet alterations, growth in demand, industrialization, as well as environmental considerations.

  • Advantages Of East Asian Economy

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    Abstract: After the Second World War, the East-Asian region achieved a rapid growth of economy and accomplished industrialization in a short period, which has been summarized as “East Asian Model”. The success of East-Asian countries was attributed to the government interventions adopted by the states. This essay will put forward three aspects to analyze why this model has succeeded in history. Specifically, appropriate development strategies, strong state interventions and efficient administrations

  • Essay On Family And Marriage

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    (Straughan, 2009) The onset of industrialization and economic development transformed economic structures and the way society was organized. When the world moved towards industrialization and economic development in the later half of the 20th century, women were granted rights and access into fields previously dominated by men. With the gradual entry of women

  • Effects Of Environmental Pollution

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    Despite the rapid growing pace of the modern world’s industrialization, the issues we are confronted with are becoming increasingly severe. While the GDP growth is rising in a stupendous trajectory, the probability of a forthcoming catastrophe happening caused by negative outcomes of the industrialization is rising simultaneously. For instance, pollution is a negative outcome produced by the rapid industrialization. We will be mainly investigating on pollution, the effects and causes. In reference(Environmental

  • How Did Mohammed Ali's Responses To Open The Suez Canal?

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    the monopolies he had set in place to exclude Europeans from Egyptian markets. Starting in the 1840’s Egypt’s economy began to shift toward agriculture due to Britain’s influence, which left Egypt only partly modernized. This shift stalled the industrialization within the country, until the Suez Canal was opened. Unfortunately this hurt more than it helped Egypt because it caused the country to fall into debt, allowing Britain to maintain its power in the region and hindering Egypt from gaining

  • Joseph W. Childers's Industrial Culture And The Victorian Novel

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    predictable. Dickens points put eh rigid methods of industrialism, which turn culture into a factory and devour imagination. Other novelist as George Eliot, had a more direct approach to industrialization and the importance of being ‘the best self’ through education. In Felix Holt he discusses the regeneration of industrialization though the medium of education and culture as an expression of our best selves based on Matthew Arlond’s ‘Culture and Anarchy’. This idea of being our best selves started a new way

  • Women And Individualization In Vietnam

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    The transformation from patriarchal concept into the Westerner’s idea is the main factor that leads to the effects on family structure. Industrialization produced more jobs for women, which help to raise the role of women in the society and loosen the family relationships. At the same time, industrialization increased the need of living expenses and forced widows to remarry. On the other side, individualization forced the society to admit the independence and freedom of

  • Failure Of Immigration

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    trachoma. After the medical inspections, the immigrants went through the legal inspections, held in the Registry Hall. This tested if the person has a virtuous moral character and were politically fit, whether or not they agreed with democracy (Industrialization and Immigration Unit). The pattern was that as more immigration followed, the more the immigrants began to lie. For example, some learned the trick of turning their marked coats inside out, so that the officers did not see that they were marked

  • Essay On Water Contamination

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    the water bodies, enormous use of fertilizers and pesticides (Amman et al. 2002)In many developing countries rapid urbanization and industrialization has always been considered as the main source of water contamination because it plays a major role in the alleviation of poverty and also for the economical growth. Moreover, the rapid urbanization and industrialization have been always influenced by the higher growth of population in underdeveloped countries. Even though the implementation of modern