Case Study: Industrialization

Introduction The Second Industrial Revolution brought about a new socio-economic infrastructure at the turn of the century. This resulted in a transformation that introduced mechanization, an increase in immigration, labor reform, and a modern social order. The Second Industrial Revolution was characterized by mass production that used new power sources. Instructions Use the following resource for this assignment: Link (website): Scientific American (Vol. 2 Issue 1) (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Construct the case study by responding to at least 3 of the following prompts: What scientific discoveries were made during this period and how did they contribute to industrialization? What new power sources arose, how were they used, and what sources of power did they replace? What new materials were developed and how did they contribute to the new inventions? How was communication revolutionized by industrialization? How is another aspect of industrialization represented in the source? Make sure to cite and reference sources. Make sure that the writing is clear, well-developed, and free from spelling and grammatical errors.