What are the developmental tasks of a teenager?

# achieving new and more mature relationships with age mates of both sexes# achieving a masculine or feminine social role# accepting one's physique and using one's body effectively# desiring, accepting and achieving socially responsible behaviour# achieving emotional independence from parents and other adults.# achieving assurance of economic independence# selecting and preparing for an occupation# preparing for marriage and family life# desiring and achieving responsible behavior# acquiring a set of values and an ethical system as a guide to behavior

Does technology always follow science?

No. Not always (but usually), sometimes the process of discoverycan be reversed. The steam engine is one example. The only thingthe inventors of the steam engine knew was that steam from boilingwater could move the engine.

What jobs have technology in them?

All jobs involve some technology. Just being alive as a modernhuman involves daily contact with thousands of technologies.

Where did the telephone get its name?

It's called that because "tele" means far away, and Phone, implies sound, so to hear somone from far away. Like television means to see something that's far away

What are the ingredients in nail polish?

Ethyl acetate, butyl acetate, nitrocellulose, propyl acetate, tosylamide/formaldehyde resin, isopropyl alcohol, trymethy/pentaryl diisobutyrate, tripheny/phosphate, ethyl tosylamide, stearalkonium bentonite, camphor, diacetone alcohol, stearalkonium hectorite, benzophenone-1, citric-acid, dimethicone, calcium sodium phosphosilicate, mica. these are the ingredients in nail polish.

What year was the telegraph invented?

The first practical telegraph was invented by Dr. David Alter in 1836. It wasn't until 1837 that Samuel F.B. Morse would successfully invent an electric telegraph which would become commercially successful.

How did technology change from 1920 to 2000?

Wars forced innovation. The need for better health care spurred social reform and innovation.

What is acrylic used for?

To make things which involve plastic. Acrylic is used to make almost anything which would be categorized as 'plastic'.

Why do people create and develop new technologies?

Most new technologies come from a basic need, in example have you ever said " There has to be a better/ easier way to do this ?" Our need to simplify, and make easier those tasks we do daily leads to the development of new technologies.

How is Science and Technology related?

Science is a system of knowledge which is organised throughout universe. Technology is the use of that knowledge beyond earth for the benefit of human.