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Industrialization As An Agent Of Social Change: A Critical Analysis Hardback - New

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Author - Herbert Blumer

When the noted author Henry James walked through the new industrial miracles in World Trade Center of his day, he realized that industrialization would dethrone woman and her womb as the source of human life, as in the case of Mary, the mother of Jesus.  No more would man venerate woman.  Machines would take her place.  Mary Shelly saw much the same in her creation of the Frankenstein monster.  But Blumer itemizes these powerful changes in his work.  One only has to take a further step to realize what computers have done to family and individual identity.

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