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Molly McInerney Women the Effect of Industrial Revolution The industrial revolution was a great time of change for men the economy domestic life and brought the change in the role of women in society to the forefront As time evolves so must the lifestyles we as a society lead This was no different during the industrial revolution in Britain and France Throughout this paper I will begin to discuss how the impact of industrialization effected the switch in labor from domestic to factory the new role of the mother in an industrialized family and the issue of education in the lives of ordinary people as discussed in the memoirs we have read in class One of the main effects of industrialization was the switch in labor from the women working at home in a domestic environment to that where her labor brought in wages to the family Suzanne Voilquin speaks of this in her memoirs A Daughter of the People And so at the end of the first week we were very proud to to deposit on our fathers mantle piece the eighteen francs we earned as wagesVoilquin 112 Throughout her story she tells of how through the ability of her and her sister being able to work they were able to support the family while her father was infirm Without this opportunity the family may have been put out onto the streets It is through these two womens effort that the family survived With the women now being able to earn wages out of the home the role of the mother greatly changed within the home of the industrialized family Before the revolution children were raised on the plantation with the mother father and siblings as discussed in Agricols Memoirs of a Compagnon In regards to his fathers plantation moreover he made good use of his childrens labor He wanted to make us hard workers rather than gentlemen and ladies and in this
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