Modern Technology And Its Impact On Society

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Before modern technology, men would band together for the protection of their families. History has proven people group together for survival, whether that be warmth, food, or protection. The idea was that a group is stronger and more profitable than one person acting alone. Each tribe or gathering of individuals working together is considered a society. A society is nothing more than a group of people living together for a common purpose, or simply because it is more convenient. But, if all societies were thriving entities, then we would not know the hardships that have repeated throughout history, such as, poverty and famine. On the contrary, a society that works well is a society that works for the well-being of its individual members. A high functioning and successful society is built on a foundation of trust and equality and enforced by a governing body. Trust in people is merely a relationship of reliance and an intrinsic part of human nature. It is established at the family level and expands outward as the child matures. Each being depends on their families to provide as one depends on educators to teach. Furthermore, trust is necessary for institutions such as schools, hospitals, businesses, and even the government to effectively operate. The workforce expects their employers to give a cash-able paycheck in return for their hard worked hours; consumers give a business compensation on the basis of receiving a product or service in return; and individuals put their
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