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William Ogburn identified technology as the basic cause of social change, which comes through three processes: thesis, antithesis, synthesis. domestication, agriculture, industrialization. invention, discovery, diffusion. reformation, transformation, transnational.
William Ogburn identified technology as the basic cause of social change, which comes through three processes: invention, discovery, diffusion.
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