Life in the Industrial Revolution. 1840-1914
Populations grow faster than their food
Earth formed over long period of time
Better drainage system. His work led to England's first public heath law
Coined Social darwinism
Used Pasteur's knowledge that the air was full of bacterial to develop his antiseptic principale
Said by some random scholar
By Edwin Chatwick
Made from the findings of Chadwick
Drawing from The Punch Magazine. Chlorea was a problem throughout the 1800's
By Charles Darwin
Act that made Prostitutes identify themselves as prostitutes and have a biweekly medical exam and possibly forced treatment.
Feminists were against it and the law was appealed
By Joseph Listeur
Used the findings of Pasteur to develop cultures of harmful bacteria and describe their life cycles.
This was the spark to the bacterial revolution
Protestantism was directly linked to Capitalism
Argued that the rise in Capitalism was directly linked to Protestantism in Northern Europe
Thought fathers should play with their children
Made possible mostly because of Baron George Haussmann
Painting created by Paul-Emile Chabas.
Depicted the elegance and intimacy of a middle class dinner party
By Henrick Ibsen.
Demonstrated the child parent relationship that described most marriages at the time
Made my Mendeleev
Better understanding of the medical world.
Caused death rates to decrease and cities to become safer
End of the 1800's
Expanded rapidly after 1850.
Was equivalent to the putting out system.
Often carried out by married women to earn extra money.
Poorly made goods that the women got paid for the piece for.
Last third of the 1800's.
Burst of technological creativity and innovation
birthrate steadily declines
The burst of industrial creativity and technological innovation that promoted strong economic growth in the last third of the 1800's
Same time as 2nd industrial revolution
Had special popularity in Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Great Britain and USA.
Created Suburban commuting
Churches tended to thrive more in countries (like USA) where church and state were separate
By the end of the 1800's church attendance had declined (more so in the working class than the middle class)because:
1. too many people but not enough churches
2. people (lower class especially) began to see the church as "the man" and "the man" was on the side of the middle/upper classes
3. church "feminization"
Same amount of pre-marital sex going on in the working class as had been in the beginning of the 1800's but due to THE SPREAD OF MIDDLE CLASS IDEALS they took responsibility for their actions and got married
End of the 1800's