Using named examples, assess the extent to which technological motivation may have unforeseen social, environmental and economic costs (15 marks).

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Kieran Podbury
St Benedict's Catholic School
13FRA


Using named examples, assess the extent to which technological
motivation may have unforeseen social, environmental and
economic costs (15 marks).
As Kranzberg first law states "technology is neither good nor bad; nor is it natural". Technology
has environmental and human consequences that go…

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Kieran Podbury
St Benedict's Catholic School
13FRA


the case large scale farmers see the opportunity for further profit due to the increase yield caused
by the gene and the green revolution purchase more land. The use of large-scale fertilizers and
chemical pesticides for the HYV crops leads to eutrophication as…

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