When it comes to pondering over revolutions, it should be acknowledged that the industrial revolution was one of the most significant periods in the history of humanity. Meanwhile, the digital revolution that happened at the turn of the 21st century should also not be underestimated in terms of its impact upon global society, as it has also changed the way people live. Regarding the digital revolution in the light of the core theories that stood at the foothills of the industrial revolution might turn out to be a very interesting research, as it shall explain how the digital revolution is nothing else but a continuation of the industrial one. Therefore, the Introduction will explain the historical context for dwelling upon the digital revolution for Education and race within the framework of the theories by Marx, Weber, Durkheim, Kmerton, and Simmel. One of the core studies will be Gregory Clark’s “The Great Escape: The Industrial Revolution in Theory and History”, as the article explains the pivotal stages, reasons, and outcomes of the industrial revolution (Clark, 2003).
- Facts about education
- Facts about Education in Industrial revolution and statistics of change and how it affected society
- facts about Education in Digital Revolution and statistic of change and how it affected society
- Theories relatable to Education in Industrial Revolution
- Theories relatable to Education in Digital Revolution
- Facts about race
- Facts about race in Industrial revolution statistic of change and how it affected society
- facts about race in Digital Revolution statistic of change and how it affected society
- Theories relatable to race in Industrial Revolution
- Theories relatable to race in Digital Revolution
In the conclusion I will summarize in 4-5 sentences the overall of my analysis based on my research and understanding of Industrial and digital revolution for education and race. As well as why is it important to know the facts.