What Are Social Implications?

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Social implications are things inferred to human society and its members. They are the results that have a negative effect on society.
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GOOD- people can get everything delivered, so in supermarket shopping etc, people are sticking to the same stuff each wek as don't see all the offers. GOOD- Possibly more environmentally
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I don’t think that a social credit market will emerge, at least not with the way that social credit bonds are set up. This is because of which direction the incentive is coming
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A social implication is a possible significance of an impact on society.
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Hi Well that is a new one to me! I am stumped as to what they could mean, i too am aware of the benefits of breastfeeding unfortunately my body just didnt produce any milk so i had
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You can think of social implications like the unwritten rules of society. For example, tipping a waiter is a social implication. Walking around in clothes covering ...
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