Industrialization and the Factory System
Source of Publication
The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory
The Industrial Revolution that set up the process of industrialization was a watershed, comparable to the Neolithic revolution that incorporated both agricultural revolution and urban revolution. Industrial revolution is defined as a rapid transformation of production and transportation caused by the application of new machines that use inanimate, replacing animate, sources of energy.
Arts and Humanities
Khondker, Habibul Haque, "Industrialization and the Factory System" (2017). All Works. 2005.
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