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  • Little Bits Of Technology
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    World War : Humans vs. Technology The advances in technology have become ordinary circumstances in modern society. It is hard to believe that less than half a century ago, computers were born. These new toys were created so that life would be made simpler for human kind. Yet, scientists and engineers refused to stop at such a simple creation as the computer. They sought the extreme boundaries of what circuits and wires could produce. Faster was better and scientists came up with machines that co...
  • Industrial Society
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    SOCIETIES HUNTING AND GATHERING SOCIETIES are the simplest types of societies in which people rely on readily available vegetation and hunted game for subsistence. Only a few people can be supported in any given area in such subsistence societies. Hence they usually have no more than 40 members or so, must be nomadic, and have little or no division of labor. All societies began as hunting and gathering societies. These societies were still common until a few hundred years ago. Today only a few r...
  • Influence Of The Mass Culture
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    Helpful Influences How has the modern day influence shape the social world The social world today is stronger than ever. Many advances are occurring throughout the world, especially in science. Millionaires are more common than usual, surprisingly younger than ever. However, is the world really what it seems In the short reading, Mass Culture and the Eclipse of Reason: The Implications for Pedagogy by Stanley Aronowitz, he describes the changes of society in communication and literacy from the i...
  • Technology
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    Original Narrative: Anticipated Crisis With the end of the millennium right around the corner, the statement coined by Rene Descartes, 'I think, therefore I am,' no longer holds true. This is mostly due to the emergence of monumental technological breakthroughs since the formulation of this statement in the seventeenth century. In fact, 'I have technology, therefore I am' and 'My God said so, therefore I am' could be contemporary versions of this statement that accurately describe us today. In t...
  • Substantive And Instrumental Theories Of Technology
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    Feenberg believes his Critical Theory of Technology to be the most useful and accurate of his three theories on technology. His critical theory of technology is said to be a combination of the best points of both the substantive and instrumental theories of technology while simultaneously allowing for technological progress. For the purpose of this paper, I will go into depth on Feenberg's critical theory of technology; however, in order to understand this theory, we must briefly examine his two...
  • Truffaut's Disciplinary Society
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    Foucault and Truffaut: Power and Social Control in French Society Both Michel Foucault and Truffaut's depiction of a disciplinary society are nearly identical. But Truffaut's interpretation sees more room for freedom within the disciplinary society. The difference stems from Foucault's belief that the social control in disciplinary pervades all elements of life and there is no escape from this type of control. Foucault's work deals mostly with " power' and his conception of it. Like Nietzsche, F...
  • Society Upon Virtual Reality
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    Virtual Reality Virtual reality as of recent, while still extremely new, has become the topic of many opposing viewpoints. It has caught the eye of the general public for several reasons. Perhaps, this is mainly because of all the possibilities which virtual reality creates. Note that the possibilities are not pre-determined as either good or bad, mainly because there are many different opinions to the future of this developing technology. However, despite the controversy this new technology has...
  • Implementation Of Surveillance Technologies
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    As a direct result of the September 11 terrorist attacks, both government and law enforcement officials have implemented surveillance technologies designed to deter future terrorist attacks. Officials continue to scrutinize whether the implementation of these technologies will in fact prevent another national tragedy. As a nation, we are now faced with the reality of having to sacrifice individual rights and liberties to facilitate the Government's use of surveillance technologies. Proponents of...

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