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Is Technology Transferable?

Is Technology Transferable? eBook
by Abimbola Babatunde (Author)

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Technology has an offshoot of science is a phenomenon that has become on issue of discourse in recent time. Though it is seen as a being mental i.e a thing of the mind, but the idea of imperialism and colonialism which had made people in this part of the world (Africa) to start incorporating western thoughts and tradition now made it expedient to ask the question on whether technology can be transferred?





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        Technology has an offshoot of science is a phenomenon that has become on issue of discourse in recent time. Though it is seen as a being mental i.e a thing of the mind, but the idea of imperialism and colonialism which had made people in this part of the world (Africa) to start incorporating western thoughts and tradition now made it expedient to ask the question on whether technology can be transferred?

        It is important to note, that technology is a culture on its own.. Culture is not a disembodied force. It is created and transmitted by people. However, culture like well-known concepts of the physical sciences (technology), is a convenient abstraction.

        Culture arises out of human nature and its form are restricted both by man’s biology and by natural laws. It is equally true that culture channels biological processes –vomiting, fainting, weeping, sneezing, the daily habit of food intake and waste elimination…whether a healthy adult feels hungry twice, three or four times a day, and the hours at which this feeding recurs, is a question of culture. What he eats is, of course, limited by availability, but is also party regulated by culture. However, whether a man eats and lives is, only in part, an individual matter, for there are also cultural trends in factually everything. 



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Abimbola 'tunde graduated in philosophy with honors and holds an academic masters in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, he is a seasoned writer and a detailed professional with an experience over 8 years cut across the IT, Telecoms, Insurance and Fund management industry. He is well grounded in Retail, dealer sales or Channel management, SME and Corporate (B2B and B2C) sales and has great skills which fit into any industry. Being a free thinker and leveraging on his academic qualification and professional training/network, he enjoys writing on a wide range of topics, such as Career, Business, Religion and Morality.





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