Let us go back and distinguish between the two things that we want to do; for we want to do two things in modern society. We want one class of persons to have a liberal education, and we want another class of persons, a very much larger class, of necessity, in every society, to forego the privileges of a liberal education and fit themselves to perform specific difficult manual tasks. You cannot train them for both in the time that you have at your disposal. They must make a selection, and you must make a selection. I do not mean to say that in the manual training there must not be an element of liberal training; neither am I hostile to the idea that in the liberal education….
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“What are the new forms of social inequality created by the digital society? And how do they lead to new conflicts? Discuss referring to specific case of social inequality and conflict in digital societies”
Outline :– Introduction
– Digital Divide<link is hidden> /> <link is hidden> />– Skills and experience– Geography/ruralurban location– Barriers to adaptation– Age<link is hidden> /> <link is hidden> />– Economic inequalities– Entrepreneurship and consumption– Platform economy and digital labor<link is hidden> />Please make use of concepts such as :– Social determinism– Social consequences of social inequality
Please incorporate some theories as well if possible,
Description: Personal reflections provide an opportunity for you to expand your knowledge by writing out your thoughts, experiences and questions regarding a particular subject. It is an interactive engagement between the person writing the reflection and the professor. Limit reflections to topics directly related to ministry. Class material, reading, research, and personal experiences may serve as prompts for your reflections
Personalize your reflections by using first person personal pronouns, and by being specific. Focusing on who, what, when, where and how should help you to be specific rather than general. Refrain from asking questions of the professor. If you have questions, by all means raise them, but also try to provide initial answers to your questions. Discuss the biblical and theological implications relative to pastoral care