Japan,” dissertation, 1973 percentage of female cotton textile laborers india and japan, selected years india japan year percent (%) year percent (%) 1909 221 1920 800 1924 216 1925 806 1934 189 1930 806 document 8 source: photo from an official company history, nichibo cotton mill, japan. What was it like to be a 'boiled octopus' in the silk mills of japan before the first world war janet hunter looks at the life and conditions of the women who bore the brunt of japan's rapid industrialisation.
Characteristics of the mechanization of the cotton industry in japan and india as evidenced in cotton industry examples of such groupings include: o the growth of mechanization o dominance of female labor in japan o dominance of male labor in india o a comparison of male and female labor between india and japan. Dbq india vs japanese workers cotton industry japan and india in the 1880s- 1930s had many similarities such as same economic change from mechanization to treatment and payment of the laborers in the cotton industry, however, differences in workers on social gender and employment rates the western influences of.
Japan and india in the period from the 1880s to the 1930s (2010 apwh dbq) thesis both: the mechanization of the cotton industry in japan and india from the period of 1880-1930's was similar in that both utilized machine and hand made labor the mechanization of the cotton industry in japan and india from the. The college board is a not-for-profit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity founded mechanization of the cotton industry in japan and india in the period from the 1880s to the aki had come to the factory determined to become a 100-yen worker and make our.
So i illustrate the relevance of labour relations to economic development through the contrasting fortunes of india's and japan's cotton textile industries in around the year 1910, there was a huge variation in machines per worker in the cotton textile industries of the world, with both india and japan ranked.
This can be seen in the similarities and differences in the mechanization of the cotton industry between 1880 – 1930 in japan and india similarities were seen in the rapid increase of textile production and the direct decline of the conditions of factory workers, who in both countries were mainly peasant.