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Transformation of Family & Social Relations

.... One author contends that such workers made up 75 percent of early urban workers ("Impact" 1). Factory owners often preferred to hire women and children because ....

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Social Structure in the Industrial Revolution

.... One author contends that such workers made up 75 percent of early urban workers ("Impact" 1). Factory owners often preferred to hire women and children because ....

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Lynn, Massachusetts

.... With the factory and the inequality between the capitalist factory owners and the factory workers also came urbanization and modernization throughout the ....

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The Philosophy of 19th Century Europe

.... Before 1848 it was predominantly a secret society, because factory owners and bankers did not want some sort of workers' movement to disturb the way business ....

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Fictionalized Piece on Factory Fire

.... The new system, however, located all the work under one roof where the different jobs were under the supervision of the factory owners. ....

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Women and the Factory Acts

.... She felt that factory owners and legislators ôoffered nothing that justifies in refusing to extend the like protection to the women slaving for irregular and ....

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A Radical Worker in Tsarist Russia

.... This was natural given that the exploitation of the workers by factory owners was a primary reason for the revolutionary actions. ....

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THE WORKER AS RADICAL In the autobiography of I

.... This was natural given that the exploitation of the workers by factory owners was a primary reason for the revolutionary actions. ....

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Social Stratification

.... is not between the "bourgeoisie" (the factory owners) and the "proletariat" (the factory workers) but between the credentialed minority (making a living from ....

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The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, New York, 1911

.... Prior to the fire, however, the building owners had violated no safety codes .... The Triangle factory was...a deathtrap--for fire hoses ...could not pump above the ....

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Hard Times

.... in Hard Times were forced to work long hours for low pay in cramped, sooty, loud, and dangerous factories,ö (Hard 2003, 1). As factory owners continued to ....

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Hard Times Dicken's Hard Times

.... in Hard Times were forced to work long hours for low pay in cramped, sooty, loud, and dangerous factories,ö (Hard 2003, 1). As factory owners continued to ....

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Principles of Management

.... with work speed-ups and what critics came to see as a mania for pushing workers to exhaustion for the sake of extra profits for factory owners that saw him ....

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The Industrial Revolution

.... Spurred not only by the rise of factory owners and managers in industry but also by various professional groups such as engineers who could associate with the ....

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Innovations & Impact of Frederick W. Taylor

.... management was not strong or organized enough to institute whatever approaches it deemed necessary to increase productivity and profit for the factory owners. ....

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Anti-Growth Drive in Hawaii

.... an external cost on individuals living near the factory, but laws restrict ing the output of the fumes impose external costs on the factory owners).18 The ....

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Theoretical Perspectives of Management Theorists

.... management was not strong or organized enough to institute whatever approaches it deemed necessary to increase productivity and profit for the factory owners. ....

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Henri Fayol and Frederick Winslow Taylor

.... management was not strong or organized enough to institute whatever approaches it deemed necessary to increase productivity and profit for the factory owners. ....

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Equality in the New World

.... She tells of the boarding houses, which are owned by the factory owners, and how so much of her pay goes to paying her employers for room and board. ....

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NDUS

.... Spurred not only by the rise of factory owners and managers in industry but also by various professional groups such as engineers who could associate with the ....

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Seven Theories of Criminology

.... interference. In his terminology, the bourgeoisie were the capitalist factory owners, and the proletariat were the factory workers. Marx ....

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Job Discrimination and Women

.... The preference of factory owners has always been to create class divisions based on mental/manual splits (Weston and Rofel 211). ....

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"The Little Kingdom"

.... The intermediate class was divided into two sectors: the old middle class (small landlords, businessmen, retailers, and factory owners) and the new middle ....

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Global Child Labor Practices

.... Certainly it is when families are most desperate that they resort to practices like selling their children or indenturing them to factory owners to pay off ....

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Photographer Lewis Hine

.... concerns. His purpose was not just to use his photography for propaganda or to expose the greed of the factory owners. Instead of ....

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World History

.... Despite the rise in the standard of living for many, factory owners and other titans of capitalism were able to amass great wealth and political influence ....

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MARX AND WEBER ON HISTORY AND THE RISE OF CAPITALISM

.... The surplus so generated would take the form of profits, which would be reinvested for the benefit of factory owners, not for the common good. ....

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Nicholas and Alexandra

.... As Russia was losing in the East, strikes by impoverished workers against their abusive factory owners had reached alarming proportions. ....

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Analysis of Miss & Mrs. Clothing Manufacturer

.... Miss & Mrs. employs 13 workers; 10 work at the factory and three at the store. The owners commute between the two locations to supervise and provide input to ....

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Immigration and Culture

.... Instead of attacking the mill, mine, or factory owners and management, the reformers within the Methodist Church and other progressives tended to condemn the ....

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