Essays Tagged: "Mass production"

The Cheese We Eat

to us.Cheese is now produced on a large scale in highly mechanized factories. The factories bought mass production to the cheese industry, this mass production made cheese an abundant food product th ...

(2 pages) 72 1 3.0 Nov/1996

Subjects: Science Essays > Biology

The North Doesn't Need the South Why didnt the north need the south at the time of the civil war...

ing it up here. He saw how willing we were to try anything and knew that we would make his dream of mass production a reality. Pushing Whitney away was a big mistake of the south. Although it did help ...

(1 pages) 62 2 3.7 Mar/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History > North American Wars

The Advancement Of Science In "Brave New World" by Huxley

that in biology. In the setting of Brave New World, henceforth referred to as the reservation, the mass production of humans is accomplished with the Bokanovsky process. In this process, human beings ... cause it can be easily replaced through the Bokanovsky process. Furthermore, Bokanovsky's method of mass production prevents individuality, as on the reservation, all people are cloned. Starting from ...

(6 pages) 135 0 3.3 May/1996

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature

Essay Question: Sociologically analyze and describe the ill health condition of smoking. Includes extensive bibliography

elopment of machinery. This technology allowed for the tobacco to be easily made into cigarettes in mass production. By the 1960's smoking increased dramatically and reached its peak. However, in 1964 ...

(9 pages) 285 0 3.9 May/2002

Subjects: Humanities Essays > Health & Medicine > Drugs

Title-Strategic Bombing in WWII. The essay is about the effects of new technologies used in WWII, namely the evolution and development of air tactics.

S. and especially Great Britain were just utilizing the new technology that had become available in mass production. Opposing forces had never seen a weapon as devestating: physically, financially, an ... to have a huge impact on every part of the enemy's resources.The beginning of the war was marked by mass production of planes. The countries needed these extra planes to carry out the air bombing stra ...

(6 pages) 118 1 3.7 Oct/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

Industrial Revolution

700's was a time of drastic change and transformation as Western Countries began using machines for mass production. The many advances during this time had mostly positive effects and the Industrial R ... almost fifteen times faster than the previous system. The above, and many other, inventions led to mass production by means of factory labor (Perry, 492-493).Although the Industrial Revolution brough ...

(3 pages) 339 4 3.9 Dec/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History

Discuss the positive and negative social and economic consequences of the Industrial Revolution in Europe.

industries, since work was done faster and without a need for a big human work force, thus creating mass production. It was cheap to make goods, and they were produced at a large scale, which in turn ... able for consumers, who, with the improvements in economy, now had money to buy it, as well as some mass produced clothes.Still, even if people had more money, standards of living didn't rise as much. ...

(2 pages) 74 0 3.0 Feb/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Industrial Revoluiton: the positives and negitives of the industrial revolution in social, political, and economic areas.

ution. It seemed that a positive usually went hand in hand with a negative. For instance the use of mass production gave us products quicker and more efficient but it lead to unsafe working conditions ...

(3 pages) 335 1 3.3 Mar/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Economics > Economic History

The Topics of Industrialization, Urbanization, and Globalization

can transition into urbanization, and then conclude with globalization.It was industry which caused massive migrations into inner city centers (urbanization), secondary to developing industries and th ... eveloping industries and the wealth of new jobs they created. These busy urban centers, prolific in mass production, became economic hubs through which business dealings with other business centers, s ...

(2 pages) 192 0 4.8 Mar/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Sociology

Working in Victorian America.

f the main revolutions was that of labor. Industries expanded, immigration boomed, and the need for mass production and efficiency in the workplace was now necessary. In order for companies and manufa ... the Victorian era, dramatic changes in labor occurred in result of increasing population, need for mass production, and the working world's obsession with efficiency in business. White-collar work, e ...

(3 pages) 35 0 5.0 Apr/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

Korean War

of the 1950s and 1960s was sparked by pent-up demand but reflected another long-term trend as well--mass production. Motivated by spectacular examples like Henry Ford's Model T, American industry adop ... ular examples like Henry Ford's Model T, American industry adopted the strategies and techniques of mass production to satisfy the growing mass demand" (Patton). The Depression was finally disappearin ...

(6 pages) 140 1 3.1 Apr/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

The roaring 20's.

was responsible for creating many new jobs and higher wages. Also, because of the assembly line and mass production, the price of items formerly reserved for the rich suddenly became affordable to the ...

(5 pages) 107 0 5.0 Apr/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

William Wordsworth View of How "The World is Too Much With Us".

n was the beginning of an industrialized economy in which machines were developed to facilitate the mass production of clothes and other textiles; the Industrial Revolution changed the world. Even tho ... f the world. With his passion for nature, Wordsworth disapproved the Industrial Revolution in which mass production uses large amounts of raw materials. He describes his perception of the world, his p ...

(2 pages) 160 0 4.3 Apr/2003

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature > Poetry

The Fordist period.

Fordism is defined as an organisation of industry and work which was seen as asystem of mass production, assembly line work and strict regulation and structuring ofwork tasks (lecture note ... t theindustrialised world. The re-building of industry during the post war period wascentred on the mass production system. This system contributed for several decadestowards a huge growth in producti ... followed and Thatcherism saw thedecimation of the coal, steel and shipping industries resulting in mass strikes. Theminers strike been the most prominent (Elger T 1999). This was seen as a significan ...

(11 pages) 173 0 4.2 May/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Economics > Economic History

Mass Customization.

Grade A- Mass Customization is the custom tailoring of products or services to individual customers specifica ... vices to individual customers specifications. It attempts to achieve the economies of scale seen in mass production, while at the same time achieving the scope generally restricted to craftsmen.Mass c ... of the features and benefitsthat they value, at close to the same price that they can buy generic, mass produced products. One of the key features of the value proposition is that the product will be ...

(7 pages) 183 0 5.0 Jun/2003

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

"The fotunes of Silas Marner" by George Eliot.

is in a time where cloth was made at home in a weaver's cottage, rather than in large factories of mass production. Silas is a cottage weaver.Silas Marner's fortunes throughout the book are many and ...

(7 pages) 44 1 5.0 Oct/2003

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature

100 Years of Capitalism.

an lives and is shaping how future generations will continue to live. For example, the creation of mass production in the beginning of this century by people such as Henry Ford made the cost of some ...

(2 pages) 110 1 3.8 Nov/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Economics > Economic History

Brave New World: Aldous Huxley's stress on scientific advancements; specifically biology, technology, and psychology.

ciety.One scientific advance that Huxley warns the reader about is biology. In Brave New World, the mass production of humans is done with the Bokanovsky process, where humans are genetically engineer ... same, are placed into different social groups, and intelligence is decided when the 'individual' is mass produced. We see the life and value of a person vanish, and a human portrayed no more important ...

(3 pages) 43 0 3.5 Dec/2003

Subjects: Literature Research Papers

How did Kodak change its strategy to respond to the opportunities and threats in the photographic imaging market

wed by Kodak due to a new and a big market of the recording imaging in paper "the photography" was: mass production to lower production costs; maintaining the lead in technological development; extens ...

(3 pages) 274 0 3.0 Dec/2003

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Management

Industrial Revolution technological advancements.

ways of performing tasks, the twentieth century began as the world's agrarian focus shifted to the mass production of industrial goods. For the first time in history the composition of the work force ...

(6 pages) 100 0 4.0 Dec/2003

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Management