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Define modernization. What are the key features of modernization? Provide two examples of modernization and describe the key features in each example.
Modernization refers to a model of an evolutionary transition from a 'pre-modern' or 'traditional' to a 'modern' society.1) increased speed-the computer vs. handwriting 2) increased technology-the auto vs. [ walking 3) increased impersonal-ness- individual cars vs. meeting people on the road like in Canterbury Tales 4) increased dependence on oil- the plane vs. a horse for transportation,Some of
example of modernization would be the black and white TV’s to modernize color TV’s. Another would be range gas stove to modernized electric range, Typewriter to modernized computers; also general mail to modernized e-mail now days. ]
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