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10 Mar 2010

Britain's industrial revolution: Social consequences and the plight of the working class

Thesis - 9 pages - Social, moral & civic education

The late 18th century was a period of revolutions, which is why for many it was a time of change and uncertainty. The American colonists had achieved their independence from Britain and the French had overthrown their monarchy and the nobility during this time period. In Britain however,...

17 May 2009

Lyrical ballads by William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge or the birth of a new literary movement during the Industrial Revolution

Case study - 4 pages - Literature

Industrialism, expansion, profit, production and individualism were the feelings which took place during the period of the Industrial Revolution in England. People in Great Britain were led by the streams of progress, but the modernizations in technology had some important...

07 Jun 2009

A study on the origin and effect of the industrial revolution in England

Thesis - 12 pages - Economy general

The Industrial Revolution refers to the first breakthrough from a rural handicraft economy to a urban machine driven manufacturing economy that took place in England around 1780 C.E., and which, in the course of the next one hundred years, spread and established itself over much of...

15 Jun 2008

The history of U.S steel and the industrial revolution

Essay - 5 pages - Modern history

Throughout the course of the twentieth century notable changes have taken place with respect to the development of the organization. Many of these changes have been focused on the advancement of the workforce and management, leading to the evolution of the organization. Interestingly, however, a...

09 Apr 2008

Societal Evolution: The Industrial Revolution

Tutorials/exercises - 4 pages - Economy general

As a complex network of intricate biological systems, the human body is indeed quite an intriguing aspect of nature. The origin of this elaborate design is an area of hot debate; however, as of late, increasing support has been given to biological-evolutionary theory. According to this theory, it...

03 Aug 2022

Operations Management and Industry 4.0

Course material - 4 pages - Management

Ever since the Industrial Revolution and the development of mass production, organisations had to develop ways of managing the processes and factors of production. Operations management involves the management of all activities involved in the transformation of a range of inputs,...

26 Apr 2022

Artificial intelligence in Healthcare Industry - A.I in Medical Technology : Medical Imaging

Dissertation - 35 pages - Management

Nowadays, we hear about artificial intelligence all around us and more specifically in the automotive, economic, computer and health sectors. The primary goal of artificial intelligence at its inception in the 1950s was to improve and extend human capabilities with machines (Pallanca O., and Read...

20 Dec 2021

Was there a Thatcher revolution (1979-1990) ?

Course material - 3 pages - Modern history

Britain's situation in 1979 : had been ruled by consensual politics effectively since 1945, with cross-party agreement on the welfare state. It was relatively prosperous in 1950-1960s, yet the 1970s saw Britain face economic and social difficulties, the "Winter of discontent." Thatcher was...

27 Aug 2014

Napoleonic period French revolution unifications of Germany and Italy

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Widespread uprising, 1848 revolutions, took place across Europe with regards to the social and economic pressures as a result of the industrial revolution. The middle and working class people threatened the European conservative monarchs as they tried to found a government...

21 Nov 2014

Why the Age of Revolutions (c. 1760-1840) was a historic period and whether it was global?

Case study - 4 pages - Social, moral & civic education

The Age of Revolutions was marked by the American Revolution (1775-1783), Haitian Revolution (1791-1804), French Revolution (1789-1799), Spanish and Greek wars. The Age of Revolutions (c. 1760-1840) was a historic period and was global in nature because the...

05 Nov 2014

The Russian Revolution

Case study - 6 pages - Educational studies

Joseph Stalin was one of the major dictators under the Union Soviet Socialist Republics between 1929 and 1953. He did not only leave a profound effect on USSR's history, but also in the world because he was among the most powerful dictators. His impacts on the 20th century were greater than those...

08 Oct 2015

Comparison of Lisa Rofel's Liberation Cohort and the Cultural Revolution Cohort

Essay - 2 pages - Sociology & social sciences

The viewpoints of the women, regarding their place in society, in the different cohorts identified by Lisa Rofel differ significantly. The first two cohorts, the Liberation and Cultural Revolution, show the development of women from debased states to a place of advocacy. Essentially their...

06 Nov 2014

Chilean Wine Industry

Case study - 11 pages - Business strategy

In today's globalized economy, international competitiveness in the international market is a growing concern for all stakeholders including government and firms. While the corporate leaders embrace dynamism to cope with the changing business climate, strategies of the firms are subject to the...

16 Aug 2012

In what ways and why was Britain's industrialization experience unusual?

Case study - 5 pages - Modern history

The British Industrial Revolution is a highly debated historical event. The discussion is vigorous, especially when it comes to the origins of the Industrial Revolution. Perhaps the most common questions in this respect are: “Why was England First?”,...

24 Mar 2009

Residential segregation in the Industrial City, 1870-1930

Thesis - 4 pages - Geography

The mid-nineteenth century was a changing time, and the forces of the industrial revolution were continually changing the social landscape. The industrial revolution brought with it changes in production, manufacturing, farming and transportation, and this had a...

12 Jan 2009

Impact of the French Revolution on 19th century France

Essay - 9 pages - Modern history

It is quite difficult to discuss the impact of the French revolution on the French society for the country had difficulty accessing stability in the 19th century. Indeed the intervening decades witnessed four major upheavals: in the 1790s, 1830, 1848 and 1870, which brought a whole variety...

15 Jan 2009

The impact of the French Revolution (1789-1815) on life in France during the nineteenth century

Essay - 3 pages - Modern history

The whole nineteenth century can be seen as a century of experiment of political systems and institutions, a span of time where the French population looked for a political identity according to its specific heritage by trying a lot of regimes through different Constitutions. However, no system...

03 Mar 2011

Switzerland and the watch making industry

Market study - 40 pages - Services marketing

For decades, Switzerland has been one of the most economically dynamic countries in Europe. Despite its persistence to stay on the outskirts of the European Union, it took advantage of several sectors such as banking and financial sectors and was more focused on the luxury market of Swiss watch...

12 Jan 2009

Industrial relations in the United States: A way from confrontation to cooperation

Essay - 6 pages - Labor law

The industrial relations characterize the employee-employers relation in a company. In the United States, the term “industrial relation” really appeared with the creation of the Commission on Industrial relations in 1912 after two leaders of the Structural...

10 Nov 2014

The American revolution: Case study in detail

Thesis - 17 pages - Modern history

In 1763, the Treaty of Versailles ended the Seven Years War between France and Spain against Great Britain. The victory of the latter (gain of French, Canada, of all the territories east of the Mississippi except New Orleans, and with Spanish, Florida) was certainly a matter of immense pride in...

25 Sep 2008

Labor and the Russian Revolution

Essay - 9 pages - Modern history

The February and October Revolutions of 1917 were based, in large part, on Marxist visions of class struggle and working class power. Despite not being an industrial power, the Russian working class was significant. Benjamin Nathans sums up the social circumstances of Russia in the...

15 Jan 2009

Compare and contrast the causes and nature of the two 1917 Russian Revolutions

Essay - 6 pages - Modern history

“Every social group, every nationality, every region, every town, every village, had its own revolution”, wrote Christopher Read and indeed, 1917 proved to be for Russia a year of turmoil and change. Traditionally, however, 1917 is known as a year of two revolutions,...

27 Apr 2009

The revolutionary nature of Quebec's 'quiet revolution'

Thesis - 6 pages - Modern history

Introduction - ‘The Quiet Revolution' is the name given to a period in Quebec's history commencing in 1960 and intersecting with the death of Quebec's Premier, Maurice Duplessis. It was a ‘revolution' because a number of sweeping changes were made in the society,...

15 Aug 2013

The Cuban Revolution

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Each country has experienced various changes in leadership. The nature of these changes vary. Some countries receive a completely new form of government. Others maintain the same form of government and gain different leaders. Cuba provides an exemplification of this phenomenon. Following the...

21 Mar 2007

The impact of the French Revolution (1789-1815) on social structure, legal system and political life and institutions during the nineteenth century in France

Essay - 5 pages - Modern history

Some events stamp on the history of mankind forever : the French Revolution is definitely one of these. Indeed, really few upheavals such as this one triggered so many thoughts, comments and passionate reactions all over the world. Although lot of scholars tried to understand and qualify...

02 Jun 2008

The Black And White Revolution

Essay - 11 pages - International relations

“My heart is with our village people, and as I think of their future I believe I see a magnificent vista lying ahead.” Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Mission For My Country (1960) In the twenty years leading up to Islamic Revolution, the landscape of Iran underwent significant change....

12 Jan 2009

Discuss the origins of the French Revolution - economically, politically, socially, and ideologically

Essay - 3 pages - Modern history

“Great revolutions which succeed make the causes which produced them disappear, and thus become incomprehensible because of their own success” (1), wrote Alexis de Tocqueville one hundred and fifty years ago. Yet, we will try all the same to understand what the origins of the...

15 Jan 2009

Using the examples of organically grown coffee in Mexico and fair trade bananas St-Vincent, this paper argues that a new global 'Green Revolution' is underway

Essay - 5 pages - Ecology & environment

'Globalization is the increasing interdependence, integration and interaction among people and corporations in disparate locations around the world' . This phenomenon can have good effects such as helping developing countries improve their economy or their industry but also their...

03 Mar 2011

Evolution of the ski market from 2000 to 2006: Industry of winter sports and Alpine skiing

Dissertation - 73 pages - Services marketing

The main objective of this study is to trace all the developments experienced by the alpine ski market between 2000 and 2006. The underlying objectives often are of one general point of view: To present a thorough analysis of the characteristics of the alpine ski market and its trends. Thus,...

04 Oct 2007

The Second American Revolution Analysis and Impact of the Republican Economic Legislation of the Civil War Era

Essay - 11 pages - Modern history

The United States Civil War was a watershed event for the country. The consequences of the conflict changed the landscape of the country forever. Historian Charles Beard labeled the war “The Second American Revolution”, because he believed that more change took place during this...