Revolution's effect on society.
The definition of a revolution varies, depending who you ask. Most would say the definition of a revolution is an overthrow of an established government or political system by the people governed. It also may be defined as a radical and pervasive change in society and the social structure, especially one made suddenly and often accompanied by violence. Revolution effect on society varies. Revolutions have both a positive and negative effect on people and society in which it takes place.
For example the industrial revolution made sever changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation and technology. This revolution made things easier for people; the machinery invented made working much easier. You didn't have to pull a plow because a tractor did it for you. Technology had profound effect socioeconomic and cultural conditions of the times. The industrial revolution began in the United Kingdom but spread ...view middle of the document...
The same could be said of the slaves. Although the slave trade itself was banned and in the northern states, slavery was abolished, it did not completely remove slavery and make them considered as a "real person." Nonetheless, the ideals of the revolution inspired women and slaves for equality, freedom and independence that would contribute in the future.
When the scientific revolution changed the way people saw the world. The movement helped shape the attitudes that made the scientific advances of the modern world possible. Many intellectual thoughts were developed about humanity's place in the universe and the universe it self. The new way of thinking advanced those living in the 1500 to 1700's dramatically. Through out Europe many individuals began to take the theories that had come to be accepted as the rock solid truth and critically analyze their validity. Of the basic assumptions and beliefs common to philosophers and intellectuals of this period, perhaps the most important was an abiding faith in the power of human reason. The Scientific Revolution was enormously impressed by Isaac Newton's discovery of universal gravitation. If humanity could unlock the laws of the universe, God's own laws, why could it not also discover the laws of the universe, God's own laws, why could it not also discover the laws underlying all of nature and society. A greater premium was placed on the discovery of truth through the observation of nature rather than through the study of religious sources, such as the bible.
The Russian Revolution had large effect on the world and society. It spread communism throughout the world, it also caused the formation of the third international. Gobal tensions were increased, the world was divided between communist and capitalist. Eventually the soveit union was formed.
Revolution has had many effetcs on society. Its had effect on how people work, the way they take part in religion. Revolution has had a impact on the way woman are viewed. If it weren't for Revolution taking place the world would be a completely different place. Revolution has had its positive impact on society and its negative impact on society. Without Revolution the world would not be the place it is today.