The origins of domesticated plants and agriculture are buried in a dim and unrecorded past of 10, years and more. Recent experience with Stone Age cultures of the Amazon basin and elsewhere has shown that such cultures have a sophisticated knowledge of plants for… Origins of domestication The first attempts at domestication of animals and plants apparently were made in the Old World during the Mesolithic Period.
Social Changes during Industrial Revolution The social changes brought about by the Industrial Revolution were significant The Industrial Revolution brought with it an increase in population and urbanization, as well as new social classes The bad living conditions in the towns can be traced to lack of good brick, the absence of building codes, and the lack of machinery for public sanitation.
The Industrial Revolution created a new working class The new class of industrial workers included all the men, women, and children labouring in the textile mills, pottery works, and mines Wages were low, hours were long, and working conditions unpleasant and dangerous Women and children regardless of where they worked, had the most exploitative working condition and the lowest rates of pay.
This is a picture of two children working in the mines. They were small enough to fit into narrow space. These are often the conditions children worked in. Conditions in City Life People flooded into cities from the country side in hopes of finding jobs.
Exclusive neighborhoods were build for wealthy bourgeoisie, while the working poor was forced to live in the ghettos The poor were forced to tolerate intrusions even at the most intimate times.
People were used to work and home being in the same place and it was normal for parents and children to work together Working day ranged from 12 to 16 hours As many as 8 to 10 people would share one room, families and single people of both gender would sleep together. Houses were built in rows or in squares with a common courtyard, in which there might be a water tap and a common toilet.
There was little access to fresh air and little provision for clean water or removal of refuse, including human waste. When production was in demand, workers would work extremely hard for a long hours. When the market was slow, they worked at a more leisurely pace.
Employers imposed fines and penalties for lateness, for interruptions in work and for absenteeism Social structure as a result of Industrial Revolution Increase in standard of living eventually resulted from urbanization Gap between wealthy and working class still remained enormous Industrial and urban development made society more diverse and less unified Diversity within middle class Upper middle class: Changing family Romantic love most important reason for marriage by After the work of most wives increasingly distinct and separate from their husbands.
Middle-class women begin to organize and resist their second-class status to husbands Child rearing more child-centered with wife dominating the home domain.Neolithic period, human societies in a number of areas had devised ways of storage and.
control represented another major advance in the ability of humans to remake.
their environment. These changes protected the thin and fragile soils of the. retained their appeal, the social and economic position of. women may have begun to decline. There were changes that occurred from the Paleolithic Period to the Neolithic. Small changes were made in this time, from the culture, to bigger changes like economics, and agriculture.
It is also called the New Stone Age, and many new advances and changes took place in this time.
The Paleolithic and Neolithic eras were in different. AP World History Summer Assignment Page 1 and when did they take place? 2. What were the main changes caused by the Neolithic Revolution?
Make a chart showing the following types of changes: social demographic environmental political economic. Paleolithic Era to Neolithic Era.
Created for a sixth grade social studies classroom. Contains information about the transition from hunting and gathering to a more permanent and agricultural lifestyle. Discuss the social and economic changes that took place between the paleolithic and neolithic period give two specific examples, on paleo and one neo that show how these changes affected art and architecture.
(The Neolithic Period occurred at different times around the world but is generally thought to have begun sometime between 10, and 8, bce.) Although the great majority of domesticated animals and plants that still serve humans were selected and developed during the Neolithic Period, a few notable examples appeared later.