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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] Men, Women, Children and Family Dynamics; Industrial Revolution Men: -Became managers or owners of factories-Wages were the bulk of family income-Upper-class and middleclass gained prestige at home-Read books, attended lectures on business + cultural themes-Dedicated themselves to self-improvement-Legthened weekends by observing "Holy Monday"-Gambled, socialized at bars + sporting events-Middle class tried to stop activities by creating police force. Women:-Worked domestically and agriculturally before industrialization-Work done close to home to attend to mother and work duties-Married women could not work unless they left children in the care of others after production was moved to factories-Encouraged to devote themselves to the role of child rearing, home management and preserving family values-"Cult of domesticity" enforced the idea above and wored to pass reforms that restricted women's work-1/3 of European women became a domestic servant at one point in life Children:-Child labor was exploitative-Worked from dusk to dawn; beaten in order to stay awake-By the 1840's British parliament began to pass laws in order to regulate child labor-Education was now the requirement for children of ages 5-10 by 1881-Children who did not work were left unattended in the slums thus resulting in an increase of criminal activity Family Dynamics:-In factories, women and children were now being hired more often than men-Men lost the role of being the primary provider and became the ones tending to household chores-Families made money through wages earned in factories rather than through agriculture and trading in mark
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