After the civil war, the united states rapidly transformed into an industrial, urbanized nation technological innovation, economic growth, development of large-scale agriculture, and the expansion of the federal government characterized the era, as did the social tensions brought about by immigration, financial turmoil, federal indian policy, and increasing demands for rights by workers. Why some countries have national health insurance, others have national health service, and the united states has neither, international journal of health services, vol 19, no 3, pp 383-404, 1989. In the united states, where there is a long volunteer tradition because of the old independence of the churches, almost every other adult in the 1990s is working at least three--and often five.
Carroll, daniel b henry mercier and the american civil war princeton, nj, 1971 an excellent examination of the diplomacy of the french minister to the united states. United states' social transformation in the 1800s united states' social transformation in the 1800s during the 1800's, the united states underwent a transformation and change unlike any the country had ever seen in our history either before or since. 333-40 sussman, relationships of adult children with their parents in the united states, in social structure and the family: generational relations, ethel shanas and gordon f streib, eds (engle. The answers given in this answer key for glencoe's new york regents review series—united states history and government are organized by unit answers to thematic essays and document-based questions represent accept.
And modern industrialized cities popped up across the united states while there was much success across the nation, such as manual labor becoming easier and a huge population growth, the negative effects of industrialization outweigh the positives. Sociology was taught by that name for the first time at the university of kansas in 1890 by frank blackmar, under the course title elements of sociology, where it remains the oldest continuing sociology course in the united states. Postwar united states (1945 to early 1970s) standard 1: the economic boom and social transformation of postwar united states standard 2: how the cold war and conflicts in korea and vietnam influenced domestic and international politics. The sense that nations were united by emotional bounds, by the feeling of common blood, infused much nationalist thought in central europe in the early 1800s in the second half of the 1800s in particular, romantic nationalism would become a basis of popular conservativism.
Immigration also contributed to the economic transformation required for the united states to compete in a global economy with more than 14 million newcomers (legal and illegal), the 1990s reached numerical levels that out-numbered the previous all-time high set during the first decade of the 20th century. Our purpose in this book is to clarify the terms of this debate by providing guidance on how to understand changes in work and effectively assess their implications for the changing structure of occupations in the united states. This book is an historical account of the emergence of youth gangs and the transformation of these into street gangs in the united states the author traces the emergence of these gangs in the four major geographical regions over the span of two centuries, from the early 1800s to 2012. During the first 30 years of the 1800s, american industry was truly born household manufacturing was almost universal in colonial days, with local craftsmen providing for their communities this new era introduced factories , with machines and predetermined tasks, producing items to be shipped and sold elsewhere.
The post-world war ii era in the united states was marked by prosperity, and by the introduction of a seductive new form of mass communication: television in 1946, about 17,000 televisions existed in the united states within 7 years, two-thirds of american households owned at least one set. America's shape and its people underwent a dramatic transformation during the 1800s spurred on by the spirit of manifest destiny, anglo settlers and land speculators pushed national borders inexorably westward while foreign wars solidified the united states' position as a global imperial power. History of the united states industrialization and reform (1870-1916) the industrial growth that began in the united states in the early 1800's continued steadily up to and through the american civil war. The industrial revolution began in the united kingdom, and mechanized textile production spread from great britain to continental europe and the united states in the early nineteenth century during this revolution, changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and technology profoundly affected social and economic conditions. 82 chapter 3 s the evolution of health services in the united states introduction the health care delivery system of the unit-ed states evolved quite differently from the.
Introduction to population, urbanization, and the environment the alberta tar sands (or bituminous sands) in the northeast of the province have been recognized as an important petroleum resource since the 19th century when the first extensive surveys were made. In the united states, sociology was first taught as an academic discipline at the university of kansas in 1890, at the university of chicago in 1892, and at atlanta university in 1897 over time, it spread to other universities in north america. Revolution and the growth of industrial society, 1789-1914 developments in 19th-century europe are bounded by two great events the french revolution broke out in 1789, and its effects reverberated throughout much of europe for many decades. Most catholic immigrants to the united states went to northern cities and formed major communities this happened in the south also in places like new orleans and savannah, but in most places the rural nature of southern life gave a peculiar character to the catholic church.
The establishment and expansion of social settlements and neighborhood houses in the united states corresponded closely with the progressive era, the struggle for woman suffrage, the absorption of millions of new immigrants into american society and the development of professional social work. An historic overview of latino immigration and the demographic transformation of the united states david g gutiérrez immigration from latin america—and the attendant growth of the nation's hispanic or latino population—are two of the most important and controversial developments in the recent history of the united states.
In the early 1800s, both in europe and in the united states, physicians with formal medical training began to stress the idea that germs and social conditions might cause and spread disease, especially in cities. In what way was the social status of women in the united states affected by early industrialization women were allowed to focus their attention outside of the domestic sphere what main advantage did railroads have over canals for transporting freight in the 1830s. While many immigrants to the united states came willingly to america with a desire to better their lives, some who entered the country in the 1700s and early 1800s had no say in the matter. The gilded age, lasting from 1865 to world war i, was an era of economic growth never before seen in the history of the world the standard of living of the modern age was born during this time of phenomenal transition lives lengthen wealth exploded the middle class lived better than kings a.