The Industrial Revolution

Alejandra López Vizoso
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Alejandra López Vizoso
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Mind Map on The Industrial Revolution, created by Alejandra López Vizoso on 11/15/2016.

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The Industrial Revolution
1 The second industrial revolution
1.1 new energy sources and industries
1.1.1 Electricity(machines)
1.1.1.1 Iron and Steel industry
1.1.1.1.1 Chemical industry
1.1.1.1.1.1 Electrical industrt
1.1.2 Petroleum(power autombiles)
1.2 large ompanies and modern banking
1.2.1 corporations divided into shares
1.2.1.1 stock market-shareholder
1.2.2 Banks-keyn institutions
1.2.2.1 financial capitalism
1.3 new systems of production
1.3.1 Taylorism
1.3.2 Assembly line
1.3.2.1 corporate groups
1.3.2.1.1 Cartel
1.3.2.1.2 Trust
1.3.2.1.3 Holding company
1.3.3 Mass production
2 The spread of the Industrial Revolution
2.1 Industrials powers
2.1.1 Belguim(texiles,iron and steel
2.1.2 Germany(iron,steel and metallurgy)
2.1.3 France(-1830-1850)
2.1.4 Sweden(iron)
2.2 Industrialisation in the USA
2.2.1 Abundant natural resources
2.2.2 Specialised production
2.2.3 Large domestic market
2.2.4 Innovation
2.2.5 Extensive agricultural production
2.2.6 Japan
2.2.6.1 Meiji period
2.2.6.2 industrialised in 19 and 20 century
2.2.6.3 corporations
2.2.6.4 textiles and heavy industry
2.2.6.5 Russia
2.2.6.5.1 19 century industrialised
2.2.6.5.2 textile
3 Effects of industralisation
3.1 Population growth
3.1.1 Death rate decreased(medical advances)
3.1.2 Bith rate remained high
3.2 An age of migration
3.2.1 peasants emigrated- Uranisation
3.2.1.1 transoceanic migration
3.2.1.1.1 1870-British and europeans
3.2.1.1.2 1870-1914- Italian, spanish, greek...
4 The Class System
4.1 A new Society
4.1.1 Industrial society was divided into three social classes
4.1.1.1 based on judidical equality
4.1.1.2 inequality
4.1.1.2.1 with women
4.1.1.2.2 economic inequality
4.2 The Decline of Aristocracy
4.2.1 peasants were abolished
4.2.2 lost dominance
4.2.3 until 20th cent. aristrocats held power
4.3 The middle class
4.3.1 very diverse class of all the people
4.3.2 they owned property
4.3.3 they shared bourgeoise values
4.3.4 supported reforms that allowed them to participate in politics
4.3.5 there were cafés, casinos and social clubs
4.4 The Lower Class
4.4.1 Peasants
4.4.1.1 majority of the population
4.4.2 Proletariat
4.4.2.1 workers who possesed their labour
4.4.3 House servants
5 The labour movement
5.1 The worker´s internationals
5.1.1 created the first IWA
5.1.2 socialists created Socialist International
5.1.2.1 they created labour symbols
5.2 Marxism and anarchism
5.2.1 Anarchism
5.2.1.1 founded by Proudhon and Mikhail Bakunin
5.2.1.2 opposed any form of state
5.2.1.3 collective use of property
5.2.1.4 rejected political parties and elections
5.2.2 Marxism
5.2.2.1 founded by Karl Marx
5.2.2.2 there was a class struggle between
5.2.2.2.1 opressors: burgeoise
5.2.2.2.2 opressed were the workers
5.2.2.3 Marx proposed a revolution
5.2.2.3.1 first stage a proletarian dictatorship
5.2.2.3.2 then a communist society
5.2.2.3.3 then state would disappear
5.2.2.4 socialist parties were created
5.3 Early labour movements
5.3.1 Trade unions
5.3.1.1 trade unions appeared
5.3.1.2 right of assembly was granted
5.3.1.3 mutual aid societies were formed
5.3.2 Chartism
5.3.2.1 demanded labour rights and unicersal suffrage
5.3.2.2 first with political goals
5.3.3 Luddism
5.3.3.1 workers lose their job because of new technologies
5.3.3.2 Some of them destroy Factory machines
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