Impact of Technology on Society Paper: The Impact of Electricity


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Essay #: 071510
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Impact of Technology on Society Paper: The Impact of Electricity
There should be little question that a single technology or type of technology can dramatically change or transform how a society functions socially, economically, and politically; it can also dramatically impact the health and welfare of a society or the environment. Electricity, by giving humanity master over light (and, by essence, time, to the extent that it made it possible for night to become day), is one of those rare technologies that has changed our lives utterly. Over the next several pages, this paper will look at what the technology is and how it works; the paper will also explore how society functioned prior to the wide-spread use of the technology...
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