Explain the relationship between nature, technology and institutions.

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asked Dec 8, 2017 in Class X Social Science by priya12 (-11,688 points)
Explain the relationship between nature, technology and institutions.

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answered Mar 15 by devansh bhagour Basic (31 points)

Nature contains resources. These resources are converted into usable form with the help of technology. Human beings interact with nature through technology, and create institutions to accelerate their economic development.

1) Nature is defined by the rainfall, climate, topographic features of the place and does not depend on man made or developed resources.

2) Technology is developed with the nature and natural resources of the place,technology is developed for man's facilitation.

3) Institutions develope technologies based on resources. These technologies are used to utilize better resources which expand the institutions, and in return those institutions develop better technologies for better utilization of resources.

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answered Dec 8, 2017 by akansha Expert (2,185 points)
Nature contains resources. These resources are converted into usable form with the help of technology. Human beings interact with nature through technology, and create institutions to accelerate their economic development.
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answered Dec 8, 2017 by aditya23 (-1,520 points)
1) Nature is defined by the rainfall, climate, topographic features of the place and does not depend on man made or developed resources.

2) Technology is developed with the nature and natural resources of the place,technology is developed for man's facilitation.

3) Institutions develope technologies based on resources. These technologies are used to utilize better resources which expand the institutions, and in return those institutions develop better technologies for better utilization of resources.

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