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Agricultural Rev

When did the Agricultural Revolution start? 1700's
What happened to farms during enclosure movement? samll farms were sold and made into bigger farms.
Explain what the Rual to Urban Migration is physical growth of urban areas as a result of rural migration and even suburban concentration into cities, particularly the very largest ones.
What is industrial Revolution period from 1750 to 1850 where changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and technology had a profound effect on the social, economic and cultural conditions of the times.
What are three factors of production Land Labor Capital
Great Britains factors of production 1.good natural resources (coal, harbors, iron ore & mildelimate, water, etc.) 2.labor (large)/ work force 3.good supply of capital/ money: to invest in industry, machines,ect. 4.avaibility of markets- to sell goods 5.government supportive to industry
Laissez-Faire An economic environment in which transactions between private parties are free from tariffs, government subsidies, and enforced monopolies, with only enough government regulations sufficient to protect property rights against theft and aggression.
What are the factories Bulidings to Industrialize machines.
Mass Production is the production of large amounts of standardized products, including and especially on assembly lines
Mass Production consequenses To be fired
Standard of living wealth, comfort, material goods and necessities available to a certain socioeconomic class in a certain geographic area
Decline on cottage industry is an industry—primarily manufacturing—which includes many producers, working from their homes, typically part time.
reason for decrese in infant mortality deaths Better living conditions
Factory Conditions small hot and very poor
Woman and children labor They were paid very little next to nothing
Urbanization is the physical growth of urban areas as a result of rural migration and even suburban concentration into cities, particularly the very largest ones.
Rise of Unions Were the union started to take controol of the colonies and citys
Combonation laws An Act to prevent Unlawful Combinations of Workmen
Business District commercial and often geographic heart of a city.
Wages Men were paid up to 18 frances and woman and children were paid half that if lucky
Tenements a substandard multi-family dwelling in the urban core, usually old and occupied by the poor.
Tenement conditions Very small and mostly poor lived in these small tight enclosed bulidings
Rise of suburbanization is the growth of areas on the fringes of major cities. It is one of the many causes of the increase in urban sprawl.
Suburban conditions They were very well kept clean and very expensive rich people could affored these
Postive consequenses of industrial revolution They were gaining more machines and could create more items from the fast pace machines
Negative consecquences of industrial revolution More people lost there jobs and became very poor from the machines
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