The action of inventing something, typically a process or device.
The widespread development of industries in a region, country, culture,etc.
Of or relating to cities and the people who live in them.
Of or relating to the country, country people or life, or agriculture.
An organization of workers formed for the purpose of advancing its members' interest in respect to wages, benefits, and working conditions.
The fact of being owned by a private individual or organization, rather than by the state.
A person who starts a business and is willing to risk loss in order to make money.
The process of making an area more urban.
A policy that allows businesses to operate with very little interference from the government.
A new idea, device, or method.
What revolution led to the transformation of the economy, the environment, and living conditions
The manufacture of many identical products by the division of labor into many small repetitive tasks
Fabric made out of cotton
A machine that turns the energy released by the burning of fuel into motion
A device for rapid, long-distance transmission of information over an electric wire
Children starting from age 5 or 6 used for work because they were cheep labor
New group, mostly entrepreneurs with money coming from manufacturing
Individuals who start new businesses
The uppermost social class, property owners, business owners, very wealthy
The working class
Well known for inventing the light bulb
The development of industry on an extensive scale
The environment of the workplace
An early spinning machine with multiple spindles
The social process whereby cities grow and societies become more urban
Relating to or concerned with a city or densely populated area
The large buildings with facilities for manufacturing
Living in or characteristic of farming or country life
Migration into a place
Factors of Production
child labor; more efficient
public transformation & more efficient
invented by Samuel Morse in 1844
over 80% of people lived in rural areas
two thirds of 1,150 factory workers were children
believes in the principle of "Laissez-Faire" economics
everyone works for wealth that's distributed to everyone
both political/governmental system and economic system
came up with the idea of Supply and Demand
believed all humans need to work and to feel respected for their work
goods put up for sale
between upper and working class
Refusal to do something
Owning or operating a business
Getting paid according to your ability
Separates cotton from seeds
Company chosen to govern a city
Letting things happen on their own
Machines replaced workers
A person who doesn’t accept technology
Fuel extracted and became new energy source
Term for Middle class workers
Term used when an industry is developing
Wages and other conditions of employment
A political franchise
Private owners controlling trade for profit
Was formed for workers further wanting rights
Population going from rural to urban
Theory that exchange should be owned or not by the community as a whole
these were terrible and dangerous inside the factory, caused people to lose arm, finger, etc. Also cause illnesses
a long term effect of the industrial revolution that resulted in there being more people in the population
an effect of the industrial revolution that cause illnesses and diseases by drinking water or just breathing in the air.
where workers joined together to fight for labor rights because of how poorly they were treated while working
where workers would refuse too work because of the mass labor that was put on them or other reasons. The act of refusing to work.
this happens in a market economy and it's when the owners of a business set working conditions themselves. No govt. say.
its an economic and political system in which a countries trade and industry are controlled by private owners. Like a market economy.
a business that happens in someones own home, usually in rural areas.
it paved the way for the industrial revolution and involved new farming techniques
it produced mass productions by finding newer faster ways to manufacture stuff, It also began in the textile Industry. And this started in 1760
its the process of moving from a rural area to an urban area. (rural-country, Urban-city)
an invention that put people asleep during surgery and also helped with the pain
an invention that spinned (made) clothes and led to a mass production of clothing
an invention that records and reproduces sound
a place that is very polluted from factories. (water was polluted and air was polluted) Also caused illnesses and disease. zz