Statement of Inquiry: Humans strive to better the world for themselves and their children, resulting in transitions towards equity.
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Consult the following introductory resources on the Industrial Revolution:
Industrial Revolution - Gale World History
The Second Phase of the Industrial Revolution: 1850–1940 - Gale
Industrial Revolution - Gale Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics
Industrial Revolution - Europe, 1450 to 1789: Encyclopedia of the Early Modern World
Pages 138-164, National Geographic Concise History of Science & Invention: An Illustrated Time Line
Child Labour - British Library
Extend your understanding - supplemental sources:
European Industralization and its effects on children - Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood: In History and Society
Industralization and its effects on family & marriage - International Encyclopedia of Marriage and Family
The Industrial Revolution - British Library
Why was the Industrial Revolution British? by Robert Allen - CEPR
The origins of the Industrial Revolution - BBC
Inventors and Inventions of the Industrial Revolution - Encyclopedia Britannica