- The revolution of social order started in the eighteenth century due to the social uprisings that changed the state of social order.
- The social revolution changed how the humans and people around the globe viewed the society. The society is controlled by the people and people only.
- Before the different aspects of humanity believed that only the kings and God controlled the world, but these views changed.
- The American Democratic revolution fought for equality in 1776, and there was a French revolution in Europe meant to eliminate traditional social order.
- The transformation of social order affected and influenced capitalism. From feudalism management of land and authority the management changed to capitalism.
- In the eighteenth-century feudal system was everything and the order .land authority was in the hand of the owners (Lords)
- The lords delegated the works in the lands to their workers and the laborers also called the serfs got shares from the harvests as payment.
- After some time, the lands became a private property, and many of the workers in the lands lost their jobs forcing them to look for other jobs.
- The land owners began to put their whole efforts in production due to the expansion of the market demand for basic needs.
- The laborers who stayed in the lands worked and were paid for their work. They never got shares from the harvests.
- Industrial revolution began after the transformation of feudalism to capitalism. People worked for wages, not shares from harvests.
- The wealthy and affluent got interested in investments for manufacturing firms and the producers benefited by selling their produce.
- As science became the primary focus of industrialization people began to see the idea of progression through modern methods than traditional methods while researching the ways to study the society.
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