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Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Applied Science, Engineering and Social Sciences

August 6-7, 2019, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

ISBN: 978-989-758-452-7

Conference Link: http://icasess.janabadra.ac.id/

Foreword: In the early of the industrial revolution, the colonies demanded goods, textiles, and brought to the agriculture sector in the agriculture revolution. This revolution was also to make a stable government favorable to business within the capitalism or free-market system and have an effective banking system since it required capital for investment. In this case, the industrial revolution impacted every sector even the transportations transformed the economy in reducing the cost to ship goods. Not only that, but these activities required also the factories, skilled labor, energy to supply the power, etc. Nowadays, until it has become the era of the fourth industrial revolution, these activities are still having an impact not different with before but rather complex and modern. From this background, the International Conference on Applied Science, Engineering, and Social Sciences 2019 (2nd ICASESS 2019) has the theme “The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Its Impact on The Development of Jurisprudence, Social Sciences, and Sciences”. This conference is to conduct the transition from cottage industries changed life in factory towns, work in factories, labor conditions, and eventually, processes within smart factories. The industrial revolution has caused rapid urbanization in every country. In the cities, people have a problem with pollution, noise, and nasty smells which are not in healthy conditions. In some countries and cities, farming activities have changed because the demand of workers led people to move from farms to the cities so small towns near natural resources like coal, iron ore, rivers, and cities near factories have boomed instantaneity while in the other conditions, they have problem with low infrastructure, less regulation of factories, pollution, waste, etc. The industrial revolution has created two classes of people i.e. the entrepreneurs and industrial working classes. Along with time, the industrial revolution also benefited many working-class people and the factory systems changed the world of work while the further changed how the people work in factories and life with the modern era with the information technologies growth. On the other side, the industrial revolution has changed in the delivery of goods in the market whether at home and abroad. (More)

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