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Arts and Humanities
History of the Americas
Euro History Final Questions
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Terms in this set (15)
What was the agricultural revolution? (packet)
technology improvement and increased crop activity
What is the open field system?
any village could own 2-3 fields to cultivate
Why was there pressure on farmers to produce more?
The greater the population, the greater the demand
What is the Industrial Revolution? When is it? Which country claims to be the birthplace of the revolution? Why that country?
The industrial revolution was the movement where machines were developed to decrease manual labor and increase mass production. This started in England because it was the most enlightened country at the time.
The packet suggests 9 reasons why the industrial revolution occurred in Britain - what are these 9 reasons?
profitable overseas trade already established, small country with navigable rivers, diverse climates, advance trade and industry, a rising population, gov is relatively stable, innovative thinkers,protestant country, open society
Identify a few key inventions and events in the Industrial Revolution (packet).
spinning jenny, cotton gin, assembly lines
How much did this era improve life, economically, politically and socially?
The industrial revolution changed peoples loves because it improved the way they manufactured goods and therefore increased our economy.
Why, during the Industrial Revolution, is there a population explosion?
Once the unemployment rate decreased and the economy grew people could afford to have children, so families grew.
How does the Industrial Revolution change the structure of society?
The classes began to shift because new jobs made a new type of social order
What was the impact of the Lisbon earthquake have on society?
Which three rulers are considered to be enlightened absolutists? Why?
Catherine the great, Frederick II, Jospeh II
What does TRAP stand for?
Toleration of religious minorities
Reform of institutions
Patronage of the philosophies
Who were the philosophes? How did they challenge traditional religious ideas and institutions?
Why did some enlightened people consider religion to be their greatest enemy?
Religion created simple answers to the unknown which hampered people's yearning to research and develop new ideas.
Know at least one fact from each Country Report by your fellow classmates
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