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Hog95 Hog95
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What were the social and economic effects of standardization, interchangeability and mass production?
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Standardization, interchangeability, and mass production greatly impacted the social and economic fabric of society. For starters, with standardization and mass production, companies were able to produce greater amounts and do so at lower costs, which led to greater profits. Workers were held in less regard and paid less since their contribution to the overall process of production was simplified. Meanwhile, the impacts of geography shrunk as transportation became more affordable and widespread. Farming became more productive with technology and now we are seeing a change in the social effects related to home offices and global workplaces.

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Awesome answer, thx Grinning Face
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