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Directions:
Using information from this module and the previous one
Discuss where you see deviance as an issue in the field of technology.
Include specific examples to validate your discussion. Post most be250 words and 100 word reply on students work.
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As technology has advanced, people have become more reliant on the internet as a source of knowledge. Since the internet is a public forum, knowledge can be shared widely with a wide audience, particularly through social media platforms. Sociologist, Émile Durkheim believed deviance is a foundation for change and innovation and for defining social norms (Abrams, 2018). While that may be true, deviant behavior, specifically on social media platforms, often does more harm than good. Many use sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to “troll” other users’ posts; with the intent of dehumanizing, humiliating, or mocking others. Another example of deviance seen not only within social media but also in our personal technology devices is the government’s close watch. While they try to keep it a secret, it has become more publicly aware that the government can and will pay close attention to the things people say and do. Ever since the attack on 9/11, they have been listening in on phone calls, surveying people’s internet and social media usage, and even listening through technological devices in face-to-face conversations. Many believe this all to be a simple conspiracy theory but the Patriot Act from the Department of Justice clearly states otherwise.
References
Abrams, D. (2018, November 26). deviance. Encyclopedia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/topic/deviance
The United States Department of Justice. (2001). What is the USA Patriot Web. Retrieved September 1, 2022, from https://www.justice.gov/archive/ll/highlights.htm

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