The Impact Of Technology In Australia

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Australia is the smallest continent. Most people these days’ associate Kangaroos, and the pop artist, Iggy Azealia to the country. I myself was guilty of that until I had a conversation with someone from the Oceanic country and became enlightened. In order for the employees to enter or leave the Magic Kingdom, they have to get brought in by a company authorized bus, unless you are one of the very few that has been granted gate access. As I sat on the bus, to head back to my car after a long day of work, I scanned the nametags. It was a normal habit of mine. The company often puts people’s hometown, or college under the person’s name, I noticed that there was a girl from Australia sitting diagonal from me. I automatically remembered that I had …show more content…
“The adoption of any new technology in Australia will affect people differently. Costs and benefits of a technology should take into account the different impacts a technology will have on different sections of society.” (Williamson, Raghnaill, Douglas, & Sanchez, 2015) Despite these challenges, I am sure that the next generation of technologist are prepared to tackle on that …show more content…
The community towards the aboriginal people, and how they play a big impact on cultural attitudes. Most people don’t realize that the same guy that Hawaii discovered and colonized Australia. Australia was colonized back in the eighteenth century by Captain James Cook of the British Navy. Captain Cook and the colonialist deemed the natives of the land savages because of their primitive living situation, and the fact that they did not share the same life style. “The Indigenous cultures of Australia are the oldest living cultural history of the world – they go back at least 50,000 years and some argue closer to 65,000 years.” (australia.gov.au, 2015) They natives are usually well-known by their melanin skin. Australia is basically two different cultures growing, and learning how to co-exist together. On one hand you have, the seeds of the original Aboriginal Australians, and the seeds of the colonialist, and they are a blended bunch that has integrated together as

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