Technology has brought various worldwide changes and has influenced all industries. Technology-driven developments can revolutionize how players in every sector respond to these changes (Manyika, Chui, Bughin, Dobbs, Bisson, & Marrs, 2013). Technology contributes to changes in the behavior of customers and collaborations that contribute to growth and changes in…
The Industrial Revolution considerably altered people’s lives. The middle and upper classes, made up of affluent and successful persons, suffered the most from the revolt. The Revolt equaled the possibilities of all classes. The middle class consisted of merchants and members of respectful occupations and these persons were made wealthier…
For decades, sustainable growth has been one of the goals of many nations. Before the 18th century, as the industrial revolution began to set in, this growth was initially based on agriculture. Presently, with the injection of more resources and technologies, many countries are developing their industries. Countries have learned…
The 18th-century commercial revolution in America resulted in a surge in slave trading. People were captured in Africa and made to work for Americans in the cotton and tobacco industries. Slavery existed in America until the 19th century when campaigns began to advocate for the abolition of slavery (Petry, n.p)….
The nineteenth century is also known as the Victorian period, after the English queen who lived for 60 years. This was the time of the Industrial Revolution. It was at this moment that the women desired more. For years, women were exploited and compelled to live private lives while men…
The 19th century American Industrial revolution led to significant change in the way of life of the Americans and the world economy at large. Industrialization entails the process in which a society changes from an agricultural bused economy to a manufacturing based economy entity. The change brought about by the…