What changes in the social structure and life of society has caused the industrial revolution? Why were such changes possible?

The Industrial Revolution shaped a new person. He was required to perform monotonous operations at the machine, constantly interacting with other workers. Such an employee could not become an independent producer, since he became part of a single work collective. Machines made it possible to simplify work, which involved not only men, but also women and children in the process. A side effect of this was an increase in child mortality, and a positive one was the introduction of primary education for children under 14 years of age.

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