Mechanical childhoods

April 2, 2011 at 5:13 am Leave a comment

The industrial revolution brought in a new conception of childhood. Children were now being groomed to be obdient the ethnicities of capitalism began to be passed down, even in adolescene we were learning how to fit into the machine, but this begs a question what of cultures that produced well mannered kids to start? Did the heavy socialization in japanese culture produce children capable of living inside the techne of another culture? Western culturw has gone through radical shifts to fit in with the ethnicities techne has passed down, but were some cultures better prepared for such a change?

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