England was gaining land and trust in the Middle East, Germany was becoming an established nation, and Western Europe was thriving due to the Industrial Revolution. After recognizing all of this, Russia decided it was time for reform or be left in the dust. Although they were going through these changes, there were continuities such as the treatment of the serfs and the type of reform they were doing. Huge changes came to Russia when the tsar Alexander II came to power.
England was gaining power in the Middle East and Africa, Germany and Italy were becoming established nation states, and all the while Western Europe was getting richer due to the economic boom created by the Industrial Revolution.
Previously, serfs tilled and cultivated the land of a lord without pay, as is common in feudal societies. Once emancipated, serfs fled to either large cities to find work or the countryside to find land.
Change also came through Russian industrialization. Railroads, factories, and other infrastructure expanded, and the steel, coal, and petroleum industries boomed.
Because of this, serfs who migrated to the city, easily found work in the new, industrialized establishments.
Serfs also created guilds, much like unions, to protect the interests of the laborers. With new industries creating new jobs and plenty of freed serfs to take them, the Russian labor system changed dramatically between and Continuities in the Russian Labor System Although emancipating serfs and instituting plans for industrialization brought change to the Russian labor system, some continuity remained through the treatment of serfs and the type of reform.
After the serfs were emancipated they fled to the city and the countryside, and while they found work, they did not find escape from the hindrances of their feudal position. Peasants who worked in Russian factories between and were overworked and underpaid, and serfs who attempted to farm had to pay to do so.
Even after reform, serfs were still treated the way they had been in their previous labor system. When emancipated serfs found work in the city, they also found disgusting and dangerous conditions, due to the heavy influx of people living in a confined space.
The Russian government made no attempt to remedy the situation, nor would they been capable to. Eventually, citizens became disgruntled and the Russian government cracked down on the discontentment by forbidding the public announcement of opinions, which was punished by being sent to Siberia.
Although the labor system saw change through reform, the attitude surrounding the labor system, those in it and those controlling it, did not. Summary From the emancipation of serfs to widespread industrialization, the Russian labor system was affected by significant change between and However, the feudal mindset remained, even in the industrialized labor system, maintaining continuity.Here is the prompt: Analyze the changes and continuities in labor systems between and in one of the following areas: Latin America and the Caribbean, Russia, or sub-Saharan Africa.
In your analysis, be sure to discuss the causes of the changes and the reasons for the continuities. Mar 03, · Although the labor system saw change through reform, the attitude surrounding the labor system, those in it and those controlling it, did not.
Summary From the emancipation of serfs to widespread industrialization, the Russian labor system was affected by Reviews: 1.
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What is the relationship among local, regional, and global economic systems; how have SOC-1 Analyze the development of continuities and changes in gender. Created Date: 12/11/ AM. the nature of the continuities and changes specific to the question.
One question may require one type of structure, while a different question lends itself better to a different structure. Although the world’s productive systems continued to be heavily centered on agricultural production throughout this period, major changes occurred in agricultural labor, the systems and locations of manufacturing, gender and social structures, and environmental processes.