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    Analysis of the Preindustrial, Industrial, and Postindustrial Societies

    There are many forms of societies, but 3 of essentially the most widespread sorts are the preindustrial, commercial, and postindustrial. The preindustrial society is extraordinarily restricted by its farming focus. Industrial societies utilize advances in innovation and mass manufacturing to support a big inhabitants with three distinctive social classes. In postindustrial societies the major focus […] More

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    American industrial workers between 1865 and 1900

    Between 1865 and 1900, American industry workers skilled each good and onerous occasions. Labor Unions had been forming, and these new creations usually produced better lives for the workers. However, waves of immigrants have been additionally coming into America, which resulted in the specter of job stability. Labor Unions and Immigration both had momentous results […] More

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    Advantages and Disadvantages of the First and Second Industrial Revolutions

    The First and Second Industrial Revolutions helped pave the way for vital scientific and technological advances. This was not without drawbacks, such as poor working situations, the exploitation of labor, and the use of child labor. As a result, the British Parliament initiated several investigations that changed the method in which industries operated. This in […] More

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    19th Century industrial leaders

    Many have debated that the commercial leaders following the 19th Century were “Robber Barron’s”. However, on this very competitive time interval, many new businesses had been being fashioned. It took proficient businessmen such as Vanderbilt, Carnegie, and Rockefeller to get forward and hold the companies working, building America into what it is at present, essentially […] More

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    Plantation Laborers vs Industrial Workers

    Working and living conditions in the 1800s were bad for both plantation workers and factory workers had it particularly bad. Although there were many similarities in their lives, there were many differences as well. Nonetheless both jobs were very hard work. The lives of both groups were very much alike. Both worked long hard hours […] More

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    Industrial Security Plan

    Roles and Responsibilities of Industrial Safety and Security Officers Safety and security in the industrial setting are elements that are required for the safety of the plant, its staff, and the public in the surrounding area. As a constantly evolving process, the use of safety and security officers is also paramount in the enforcement of […] More

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    Industrial attachment report

    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Students Industrial work experience scheme (SIWES) was established by ITF (Industrial Training Fund) in 1973 to solve the problem of lack of adequate practical skills required for employment in industries by Nigerian graduates of tertiary institutions. SIWES is an exercise created for students of higher education to enable them practice those things […] More

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    The First Industrial Revolution

    The two most significant social consequences of the First Industrial Revolution were the emergence of the Bourgeoisie and the rise of factories. As a result of new developments in machinery and the formation of factories, the division of the labor force drastically changed. No longer were people born into their crafts; however, they were able […] More

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    Industrial Pollution

    Introduction to Industrial Pollution Industrial pollution is pollution which can be directly linked with industry, in contrast to other pollution sources. This form of pollution is one of the leading causes of pollution worldwide; in the United States, for example, the Environmental Protective Agency estimates that up to 50% of the nation’s pollution is caused […] More

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    Industrial Democracy in Zimbabwe

    Industrial democracy has its origins in the theories of Kurt Lewin who strongly advocated the idea that the management of change requires full participation from those affected by change (Sambureni 2001). Sambureni further defines industrial democracy as ‘a process in which employees either directly or indirectly through their representatives, share equal power over the decision-making […] More

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    What are “good” Industrial Relations

    The importance of industrial relations is the key to the progress and success of an organization. The important benefit of them is to ensure continuity of production. This means continuous employment for all from the managers to the workers. Disputes are the reflections of the failure of basic human urges or motivations to secure adequate […] More

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    The Industrial Revolution: Assessment

    Although these innovations were not without a price. The abuse and injustice done to workers in these factories were so abdominal and horrifying it sparked an entire art movement. Realism depicted the accurate conditions in which workers, often children, worked. Though this was an undoubtedly horrible consequence of the Industrial Revolution, it has allowed for […] More

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    Was Child Labour Necessary During the Industrial Revolution?

    Child labour was important in factories. For reasons such as factory could pay them less than an adult for similar work, also, the children could fit their hands into small places to fix little things or work in ways adults couldn’t making it seem more beneficial. Although it seemed beneficial, it was important to stop […] More

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    The Industrial Revolution

    Railroads should be considered one of the most revolutionary economic developments of the last quarter of the nineteenth century. Railroads needed to carry as much product as possible to make a profit. This lead to the construction of “feeder lines” that connected smaller cities to the main “trunk lines” that serviced the big cities. The […] More

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    Industrial Revolution in England

    Industrial revolution occurred in England between 1750 and 1850. This revolution was about changing the old production processes to new for the purpose of making more profit. There were major changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining and technology which had a significant effect on the economy and culture of England. England was the starting point of […] More

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    Did the Industrial Revolution improve life for people?

    The Industrial Revolution was a time of drastic change, for both the better and worse. Changes like factories, steam power, and more people flocking to the city generally improved life. However, these changes also meant that working conditions declined, and massive increases in pollution and disease. The above suggest that the Revolution had pros and […] More

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    Human Resource and Industrial Relations

    In many Commonwealth Caribbean Countries since the early 1960’s, there have been attempts at Public Sector Reform by replacing the traditional system of Public Administration with what is commonly known as New Public Management and to this day, the successful implementation of such structural adjustment attempts have evaded most Governments who have dared to try. […] More

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    The second industrial revolution of the late nineteenth century

    This paper intends to compare the first industrial revolution of the 17th and 18th centuries and the second industrial revolution of the mid-18th and 19th centuries. It will highlight the transformation from the first revolution to the second revolution, focusing on the presence of giant firms and role of science and technology in economic activities. […] More

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    Industrial Revolution

    Industrial revolution describes the period between 1750 and 1850, in which tremendous changes characterized by developments in textile, iron were realized. The revolution was spearheaded by Britain. Modern historians refer to these changes as the first industrial revolution (Clark, 2007). The second revolution was characterized by steel, electronics and automobiles and was spearheaded by Germany […] More

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    INDUSTRIAL ATTACHMENT AT SUNYANI REGIONAL HOSPITAL

    I express my sincere gratitude to the Almighty God for his protection and guidance through the attachment period. I will humbly acknowledge the management and staff of Sunyani Regional Hospital Records Department, especially to Mr. Peter Amponsah Manu, Madam Elizerbeth kyeraah as the Supervisors at Medical Records Department and Mr. Sanyo, the senior manager of […] More