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D. Bell's changes in post-industrial society:
Bell believed that ideologies were not only irrational—grounded in passion or fanaticism—but also carried with them the threat of violent conflict. they could be understood as “secular religions.” Bell agreed that, whereas traditional religious institutions could stymie revolutionary impulses by transferring the human desire for salvation to another world, ideologies channeled these impulses directly into politics, seeking to achieve salvation on Earth.
Broadband and The Rural Ghetto Effect:
A formidable obstacle in many rural regions to developing the service sector is the communication system, especially broadband, which is a key to the infrastructure for post-industrial society. Just as the highway and rail systems were central to the growth of goods producing industries, the broadband has become the most important infrastructure element for the information society.