controlled planting of crops.
created a new desire for books.
It is dynamic and ever-changing.
the telephone was a user-to-user technology.
a trained professional with computer skills.
the urban proletariat.
investors in industrial society.
genetically engineered crops.
primarily publicly funded.
Q1) (TCOs 1 & 2) What are some of the key impacts of the Industrial Revolution? You may discuss not only ones which came about within the time-span attributed to the Industrial Revolution, but also those which stretched long past the end of that particular historical era. (Points: 50)