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Question 1: [4] The first country to industrialise was Great Britain during the ________.
William RadcliffeThomas HighsIndustrial RevolutionTextile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution

Question 2: Free and flexible labour and other ________ also helped raise general business-economic performance levels, as did rapid popular learning capabilities.
Financial economicsMarketEconomicsMoney

Question 3: The lack of an ________ sector in a country is widely seen as a major handicap in improving a country's economy, and power, pushing many governments to encourage or enforce industrialisation.
CapitalismIndustryIndustrial RevolutionEconomics

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  An industrial factory located in Ilmenau, Germany around 1860
  GDP composition of sector and labour fore by occupation. The green, red, and blue components of the colours of the countries represent the percentages for the agriculture, industry, and services sectors, respectively.
  Map showing the global distribution of industrial output in 2005, based on a percentage of the top producer, which is the United States
  A Watt steam engine, the steam engine fuelled primarily by coal that propelled the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain and the world.[1]

Question 5: Amongst other things, relatively open trading systems with zero or low duties on goods ________ tended to stimulate industrial cost-efficiency and innovation across the board.
International tradeInternational Monetary FundGlobalizationTrade bloc

Question 6: In 2005, the USA was the largest producer of industrial output followed by Japan and China, according to ________.
International Monetary FundWorld Bank GroupBasel Committee on Banking SupervisionBretton Woods system

Question 7: Industrialisation also introduces a form of philosophical change where people obtain a different attitude towards their perception of ________, and a sociological process of ubiquitous rationalisation.
NatureGeologyNatural environmentEarth

Question 8: For example, in medieval Europe, 80% of the labour force was employed in subsistence ________.
Intensive farmingSustainable agricultureAgricultureOrganic farming

Question 9: Modern stressors include noise, air, water pollution, poor nutrition, dangerous machinery, impersonal work, isolation, poverty, ________, and substance abuse.
HomelessnessUnited StatesParisNew York City

Question 10: The sociologist ________ noted that in pre-industrial societies there is an extended family structure spanning many generations who have probably remained in the same location for generations.
Niklas LuhmannSystems theoryTalcott ParsonsSociology


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