The Change in the Power of People due to Connective Action Through Technology
Kim, Grant, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia
Gorman, Michael, EN, University of Virginia
Technology's rate of growth is astronomical, and has undoubtedly caused a significant amount of change in how people interact with each other, in terms of locally and globally. With this, a surge in connective action has been detected, especially with large groupings of people. What this paper aims to do is compare situations in multiple frames in order to try to determine as to whether or not the technology we have today truly means anything, even though the voices of the people has artificially grown louder due to technology's influence.
BS (Bachelor of Science)
Connective Action, Technology
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