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Assignment 1.2: Industrialization After the Civil War Final Paper
Due Week 5 and worth 120 points

After the Civil War, the United States became a much more industrialized society. Between 1865 and 1920, industrialization improved American life in many ways. However, industrialization also created problems for American society. Consider events that took place after the Civil War and discuss ways that industrialization affected the U.S. between 1865 and 1920.

You have already developed a thesis statement and developed an outline in which you identify three main points relevant to your topic. Now you will develop the final paper in which you explore your main points in detail.

Write a three to five (3-5) page paper in which you:

  1. Introduce your paper with your previously crafted thesis statement.
  2. Identify three (3) major aspects of industrialization between 1865 and 1920 that influenced U.S. society, economy, and politics. Consider issues such as geography, entrepreneurship, legislative representation, etc. Explain your responses with specific examples and details.
  3. Identify three (3) specific groups that were affected by industrialization and provide two examples for each group describing how the group was affected. (Consider issues such as race, ethnicity, gender, child labor, etc.)
  4. Summarize how industrialization affected the life of the average working American during this period. Use specific examples and details.
  5. Use at least three (3) academic references besides or in addition to the textbook. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.

This paper has to be wrote by the Chart I have posted and I have a sample APA template of How this paper was supposed to be written.


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HIS105 Assignment 1.1: Industrialization after the Civil War Chart Please fill in the chart below. This will help you to prepare for writing your full research paper in week 5. Assigned Questions Fill in your short answers in the boxes below: 1. Write a 1-2 sentence thesis statement on how industrialization after the Civil War influenced US society, economy, and politics. 2. Determine three (3) major aspects of industrialization between 1865 and 1920 that influenced US society, economy, and politics. Note: Consider issues such as geography, entrepreneurship, legislative representation, etc. After the civil war, American industry in general changed, there was the introduction of machines which led to the improved productivity, development of new products, the introduction of banking and investment. 1. Society was an aspect that altered by the Industrial Revolution. Society went through two major transitions during the revolution. One of the major variations was that numerous Americans left farming and went to find jobs in factories. Factories were where most jobs were being found since the companies were creating machines to make fewer people needed for farming. 2. Economy reformed was through the factory system. This system allowed a large scale of work to finalize in one location (Economic Growth and the Early Industrial Revolution). 3. List your first group affected by industrialization with two examples. 3. Politics was also affected by the Industrial Revolution. Politics was in need of a change, however instead of devoting themselves to the needs of the people that were poor and the working class; they learned or towards the interests of businesses. Helping big businesses was far more lucrative for the politicians than helping poor people. Also, Politicians began to get a bad status. This reputation came from them helping their friends, giving contracts to people who supported them politically, and also from accepting bribes. Group Affected: wealthy businessmen Example 1: Vast entrepreneur attains wealth that can used for generosity 4. List your second group affected by industrialization with two examples. Example 2: Group Affected: Child labor Example 1: Industrial Revolution piloted to an inhabitant growth, but the risks of lasting infanthood did not progress during the Industrial Revolution, in spite of child death rates decreased distinctly. Example 2: lack of education – mistreatment – unsafe working conditions 5. List your third group affected by industrialization with two examples. Group Affected: Organization of labor Example 1: The Industrial Revolution concentrated labor into mills, factories, and mines, thus facilitating the organization of groupings or labor unions to benefit advance curiosity of employed workers. The authority of a union could request superior conditions by deflating all labor and causing a consequent cessation of production. Example 2: -low pay, unsafe working conditions – The need for labor unions to protect them – The need for laws prohibiting unsafe working conditions 6. List your fourth group affected by industrialization with two examples. Group Affected: farmer Example 1: increased urbanization 7. List your fifth group affected by industrialization with two examples. Example 2: An increase in GNP Group Affected: Factories and urbanization Example 1: The factory organization added to the development of urban areas, as big numbers of employees transferred to the towns in hunt of employment in the factories. 8. List five ways industrialization affected the life of the average working American during this period. Example 2: The introduction of technology led to the creation of the factory. The technology was brought about after the Civil War which led to the introduction of machines that increased the production. 1. Industrialization altered the ways in which Americans experienced work. Before development, most Americans worked at home as their bosses. They were in the custody of determining how and when they worked. Later industrialization, most Americans worked outside the home for someone else. Instead of determining once and how they perform on the job, at the times theirs bosses specified they’re on the job skills. Most of the workers were inexperienced. On behalf of acting as skilled professionals, they developed cogs in industrial machines. 2. Industrialization altered the standard of existing for the average American. Earlier industrialization, there were fewer customer merchandises and those supplies were somewhat pricey. It predetermines that an American family might not have very numerous sets of clothing for each member and might not have many physical goods. After growth, this changed. Goods could now produce in large amounts and, therefore, became cheaper. Producing large quantities of goods meant that American homes were now richer in material goods than they had been. 3. Industrialization added to alter the position of American life. Earlier industrialization, many Americans stayed in the backwoods or small cities. These spots were safe and sound to join firmly in social terms. That is, people knew one another and had many relations that tied them together. After industrialization, Americans moved to cities. Americans estranged from their neighbors. In its place of living in small communities where everyone knew one another, they came to live in large, objective towns. 4. The nativist reaction to immigration. Although the growth of industry attracted new immigration to the U.S., it also grew cities and changed lives of the American already there. As with many of these topics, there are also related to the growth of unions, labor strikes, and dangerous jobs. Manufacturing changed the way Americans worked and were employed. 5. The changes in transportation affected how industrialization affected the life of the average American during this period. For example, canals, 9. List three (3) relevant academic references besides or in addition to the textbook, in APA format. Note: You can click on the Resource Center tab at the top of Blackboard to select scholarly books and articles. roadways, and trains changed the ways Americans could travel, and they restricted the hometowns. Reference 1. Lisa Kristof Boehm America's Urban History Paperback. Reference: 2. Maury Klein, Cambridge Essential Histories)2007, the genesis of industrial America , 1870-1920 Reference: 3. Jack Gieck, 2007, early aprons industrial valley, a history of the cascade locks. Running Head: AN APA TEMPLATE FROM THE COLUMBUS OHIO LRC An APA Template from the Columbus Ohio LRC Bruce A. Weaver Strayer University 1 AN APA TEMPLATE FROM THE COLUMBUS OHIO LRC 2 An APA Format Template from the Columbus Ohio LRC Begin your first paragraph here. The paper will be double-spaced throughout, including the references page. Be sure to indent each new paragraph. It’s easy to become overwhelmed by the details of American Psychological Association rules. Instead of getting bogged down in the hundreds of rules, I find it’s easier to think of the big picture. The big picture, in a nutshell, is that your paper meet three requirements. First, your paper must look like all other APA format papers. Second, your paper must include a list of references – a list of those items you used in researching your paper. And third, your paper must mention the items on your list of references. It’s that easy: make it look like APA format papers; list your references, and use your referenced material. How do we make a paper look like an APA format paper? With these items: title page; header (different on the first page than on all others); page numbers, font, font size, spacing, and references page. This paper includes all that and can be used as a template for your own paper. Type your paper into this template and you’ll have the APA format. The title page may include additional instructor-required information. Sometimes that might be assignment title, week, assignment number, instructor name, or anything else the instructor selects for title-page inclusion. The header is different on the title page. It includes the text “Running head:” when later pages leave it out. This is accomplished with the “different first page” checkbox when inserting a header using Microsoft Word. AN APA TEMPLATE FROM THE COLUMBUS OHIO LRC 3 Page numbers can be problematic. I use the “insert page number” function and the “current location” option. The title page is page number 1. This means the first words of your paper start on a later page, 99% if the time on page 2. Your first paragraph might begin on page 3 or 4 depending on the complexity and requirements of your paper. For instance, including an abstract or an author’s statement (not usually required for undergraduate work at Strayer University) would push your first paragraph beyond page 2. Font and font size? That’s simply a Strayer University rule. The American Psychological Association (2010, p. 228) suggests Times New Roman 12-point type is “preferred.” At Strayer University, it’s a requirement. Spacing? Double-spaced, all the way through. Including the references page, and including a double-space after the centered title at the beginning of your paper. When listing your references, there are hundreds, perhaps thousands of rules. As a matter of fact, the American Psychological Association (APA) supplied all buyers of the first edition of their work an 18-page PDF of corrections to the first printing of the sixth edition of their Publication Manual. What kind of corrections was needed? All of the 18 pages of corrections were example references that did not follow the rules. Not even the APA could correctly apply their rules. Because it’s such a complex system, I recommend you take one of two easy routes to correct references. One way is to find a good example and follow it closely. Another is to use the Strayer University Library’s resources that allow cut-and-paste references. Even with cut-and-paste, though, there can be issues. Here’s what instructors will look for in your references: no first names of authors (only use initials); no ALL CAPS titles; italicized book and article titles; year/date published (in parenthesis). AN APA TEMPLATE FROM THE COLUMBUS OHIO LRC The bible for developing accurate references: The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. So, we’ve made the paper look right. We’ve developed a strategy to create an accurate list of references. Our last step is to use our research in our paper. We’ve already seen it on page 3’s second paragraph. I told you where I obtained the information about Times New Roman 12-point type. We always mention where we obtained information that we looked up in our research. We do this for three reasons. The first reason is that our papers will be more persuasive if we’re using reliable, authoritative information, and we want to remind our reader that we didn’t just make stuff up. Using authoritative references creates an authoritative paper. The second reason is that we want to avoid plagiarism penalties. Plagiarism can get us kicked out of school, and we’re here to get a degree, so we want to remain enrolled. Plagiarism can be avoided by simply letting your reader know where you found your information. For instance, if I tell you Bill Atkinson sold HyperCard to Apple for $100,000 dollars, I may be making it up. If I instead tell you Levy (2011, p. 15) reminds us that HyperCard was sold to Apple for $100,000 dollars by Bill Atkinson, you’ll be able to use my references list and look it up to help determine whether you want to believe me. If it’s on your reference page, it needs to be referred to in your paper. If you’ve referred to it in your paper, it needs to be on your list of references. There should be no items on your reference page that don’t also include a parenthetical reference in your paper. If it’s listed as a reference, it must be mentioned in your paper. So there you have it. Make your paper look like an APA paper. List your references. Refer to those references in your paper. And use this paper as a template if you like. 4 AN APA TEMPLATE FROM THE COLUMBUS OHIO LRC 5 References American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Levy, S. (2011). In the plex: How Google thinks, works, and shapes our lives. New York: Simon & Schuster. ...
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