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Women in the British Industrial Revolution
During the industrial revolution women's roles changed drastically. Instead of staying at home weaving or looking after the children, women had to leave the house to go work in factories and mines. They would have to leave everything they had to do at home to go and work. Because of the separation of tasks according to gender and the cultural expectation of women meant that women were worse off than men during the industrial revolution.
During the industrial revolution women's jobs were changed and changed again. If at one point they worked in a bakery or in a different king of store, thei…
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