Based on the assigned materials, how did the Industrial Revolution change the nature of work and labor conditions?
Merriman put forth that not just men who found jobs during industrialization process, but women also found jobs in many industries both in the rural and urban areas (Merriman, 580). Since women labor was vital to large-scale industrialization, this wage labor altered family life and the structure of local communities. For instance, young men and women became less dependent on their parents, and thus many married earlier as a result of wage labor (Merriman, 580). In addition, though children had been working in agriculture before the Industrial Revolution, they were employed in factories during the Industrial Revolution (Merriman, 580). This view is buttressed by Clare Brown in the video who concedes that inventions such as………………
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