Our own experiences with the state through encounters with institutions such as the police or airport customs lend credence to the idea of the state as a collection of institutions and structures, but as political anthropologists, we can understand the state as:
the correct answer is d.
the rapid spread and proliferation of technological improvements that has ocurred during the last decades, has been also quickly transferred to the everyday lives of citizens in developed nations, who can ordinarily enjoy very efficient communication systems.
there has been a brief time lapse since the moment in which internet packages started to be commercialized and installed in houses, to the moment in which their presence in most homes is the norm. it has been an important change in american society, and also in similarly developed countries.
--both cost prohibitions on data collection and the infeasibility of collecting data on the entire population.
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