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Barbra Bray takes a much longer view of technology and society [[http://my-ecoach.com/blogs.php?action=view_post&blog=8&post=3922]] going back to the invention of language and up through our interstate system and into today's cell and internet technologies and ultimately discusses our connections to people. Of course with every major technological leap, the question is always, what do we do now?
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Barbra Bray takes a much longer view of technology and society [[http://my-ecoach.com/blogs.php?action=view_post&blog=8&post=3922]]


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===It turns out the question of how society and technology impact each other is quite a common one. ===
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[[https://www.useoftechnology.com/technology-society-impact-technology-society/]] looks at modern changes in agricultural, transportation, communication, and education. Then it looks at the negative impacts of resource depletion, increasing population, and pollution. But it doesn't address the underlying question.
Barbra Bray takes a much longer view of technology and society [[http://my-ecoach.com/blogs.php?action=view_post&blog=8&post=3922]]


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=====Technological Determinism=====
===What It Means===
===Interpretations===
===Hard and Soft Determinism===
===Pioneers===
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=====TECHNOLOGICAL DETERMINISM=====
===WHAT IT MEANS===
===INTERPRETATIONS===
===HARD AND SOFT DETERMINISM===
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**Hard determinists**: They believe that technology is not related at all to "social concerns". Technology in itself has the capacity to govern how we, as citizens, act as a society.
**Soft determinism: ** This outlook of the technology-social connection is more "passive". These theorists believe and agree that technology plays a big role in how we develop as a society, but also accept that individuals have the ability to make independent decisions.


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===HARD AND SOFT DETERMINISM===


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[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Marx|Karl Marx]] expanded on this concept, noting that changes in technology, especially "productive" technology play a pivotal role in the social ideas, economic values, and views of humans.
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[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Marx|Karl Marx]] expanding on this concept, noting that changes in technology, especially "productive" technology play a pivotal role in the social ideas, economic values, and views of humans.


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5. Progression in technology decides "social change".
[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Marx|Karl Marx]] expanding on this concept, noting that changes in technology, especially "productive" technology play a pivotal role in the social ideas, economic values, and views of humans.
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'The idea that technological development determines social change
Karl Marx expanding on this concept, noting that changes in technology, especially "productive" technology play a pivotal role in the social ideas, economic values, and views of humans.


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3. This theory views "technology as the basis for all human activity"
4. Technology is the "key governing force in society..." (Merritt Roe Smith).
'The idea that technological development determines social change
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3. This theory views "technology as the basis for all human activity!"


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According to [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technological_determinism|Wikipedia]], "technological determinism is a reductionist theory that presumes that a society's technology drives the development of its social structure and cultural values". This phrase was invented by Thorstein Veblem (1857-1929), who was an American sociologist and economist.
===INTERPRETATIONS===
2. Technology has essential effects on society that are natural.
===PIONEERS===
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According to Wikipedia, "technological determinism is a reductionist theory that presumes that a society's technology drives the development of its social structure and cultural values". This phrase was invented by Thorstein Veblem (1857-1929), who was an American sociologist and economist.
INTERPRETATIONS
2. Technology has essential effects on society, as people
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that technology in turn has "effects" on societies that are inherent, rather than socially conditioned or produced because that society organizes itself to support and further develop a technology once it has been introduced.
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INTERPRETATIONS
1. The progression of technology follows an expected course and it not necessarily based on outside influences, such as culture or politics.
2. Technology has essential effects on society, as people
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that technology in turn has "effects" on societies that are inherent, rather than socially conditioned or produced because that society organizes itself to support and further develop a technology once it has been introduced.
Karl Marx expanding on this concept, noting that changes in technology, especially "productive" technology play a pivotal role in the social ideas, economic values, and views of humans.
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Karl Marx expanding on this concept, noting that changes in technology, especially "productive" technology play a pivotal role in the social ideas and
The first major elaboration of a technological determinist view of socioeconomic development came from the German philosopher and economist Karl Marx. Marx's theoretical framework was grounded in the perspective that changes in technology, and specifically productive technology, is the primary influence on human social relations and organizational structure, and that social relations and cultural practices ultimately revolve around the technological and economic base of a given society


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PIONEERS
Karl Marx expanding on this concept, noting that changes in technology, especially "productive" technology play a pivotal role in the social ideas and
The first major elaboration of a technological determinist view of socioeconomic development came from the German philosopher and economist Karl Marx. Marx's theoretical framework was grounded in the perspective that changes in technology, and specifically productive technology, is the primary influence on human social relations and organizational structure, and that social relations and cultural practices ultimately revolve around the technological and economic base of a given society


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