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Is change necessarily progress?

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Kim Jones

on 10 June 2014

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Transcript of Is change necessarily progress?

Is change necessarily progress?
Progress is perception based
Progress is a sense of progression, a belief or perception that things are getting better based on socially and culturally literate principles.
Progress in Society and Culture can mean a movement in society and culture towards:-
1. Equal opportunities and status for both genders
2. Open and democratic decision making bodies and processes in the micro and macro world
3. Equal distribution of and access to technology
4. Tolerance and acceptance based on social and cultural relativism
5. A narrowing of economic inequalities.
What has changed in your micro world?
Was it progress? Why?
Who benefited?
Who didn't?
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