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    The Impact of Networking on Wealth Distribution

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    This is a 5 page paper that provides an overview of networks and their effect on wealth distribution. Evidence suggesting the transformative power of networks and counterpoints are considered. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

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    listed below. Citation styles constantly change, and these examples may not contain the most recent updates. The Impact of Networking on Wealth Distribution , 10/2010 VISIT  /aftersale.htm--properly! Todays world is a highly networked society; what this means is that networks now exist at all levels of society, from  financial networks to social networks that drive interpersonal communication in new ways. Because of the prevalence of networks, many feel that the capacity of networks to affect positive social change  should be analyzed, especially in regards to the disparity of poverty and wealth that continues to exist in all countries throughout the world.  To understand the capacity for networks to impact the disparity between poverty and wealth, one must understand what network administration is. Network administrators are the guardians and gatekeepers of every  computer network. They control and preserve the network of their given company, insuring that connectivity and accessibility is maintained at all times (Stanford, 2010). Given their incredible control over networks,  some wonder if the administrators can utilize their abilities to affect sweeping social changes as a result of globalized trade and communication.  This paragraph provides the student with help in presenting a view of networks that can help explain the belief that networks can facilitate equal and fair distribution of wealth. While  the modern day concept of networks focuses primarily on electronic venues such as the internet, networks are as old as civilization itself. The impressive aqueduct systems of the Romans, as  well as the social organization that facilitated their development, are an example of a network, just as the natural bodies of water such as rivers and lakes in the area 

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