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Social change is the way that culture and certain social events develop over time. Social change is happening all the time. I think that most of the progress has been because of technology and how far we have advanced over the past 120 years. The people that were alive when technology was first appearing would have never suspected the progress that has been made. Change is usually something that we do, not see, happening around us, and most of the time we do not notice until after the fact. There are some negative consequences that happen because of change, making people re- evaluate their lives, and notice they are not where they thought they would be at this point in their lives. On the positive side of change is knowing life is a constant change, and most of the time it has been a good thing taking place for society. A prime example of things
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Unformatted text preview: changing all around us would be taxes and people die, they will happen no matter what. Social change reminds me of the fact that we all have free will to make the choices in our lives, whether they are good or bad, we have to deal with the consequences of our actions. Just like society, when we as a whole choose something (say a President!) then we have to deal with the results of our decisions. Four examples of modernization are; losing the smaller communities, this leading people into a sense of not belonging or feeling as just another face in the crowd, also people in the smaller communities have a feeling of loss and not belonging anywhere, alone. Losing the smaller towns has a large impact on the way people behave in the community, crime rates increase, and a person’s need for direction is no longer there....
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course SOC 120 taught by Professor Lisawhite during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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