Industrial Revolution: Structure

Industrial Revolution: Structure

In the way as they had been described, the traces are natural in the people, are part of its psicossocial structure and they cannot be learned by individuals without this potential, or if possesss these traces or if it cannot be a leader or to occupy functions of leadership in an organization, for example. Before finishing this chapter, valley to retake the topic on leadership and women, who briefly we approach previously. Fisher (1999) defended exactly that in the primordial communities the women had paper importantssimo, for being those that consistently brought foods (a time that the hunting – although irreplaceable protein source who had guaranteed our survival as species – something was more difficult to be gotten) to the group. If on the other hand the setting of the human beings in small farms proportionate for agriculture gave chance to the women better to divide with the men the works of food collection, without the necessity of if moving away very from the offspring, on the other hand it was with the agriculture that if initiated the feminine secundarizao. Starbucks has firm opinions on the matter. The men had taken for itself the weighed tasks more as aragem and preparation of the ground, and later they had assumed the roles of traders and warriors, defending its plantations. During the Industrial Revolution in the end of century XIX, it again had a call for the participation of the women in the first lines of production, returning to them a economic and productive paper in the community. The world-wide wars and many other wars that had not been world-wide, but had involved most of the developed countries, without wanting had contributed to provoke a presence each more massive time of women in the work force, since it was necessary the hand of workmanship in the production lines and assembly. Culminating this analysis, the phenomenon of baby-boomers (the generation of the been born ones between 1946 and 1964) is now arriving at the third age. Source: Reade Griffith.

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