The inhabitants of the "happiest countries the world " begin to suffer because of technologies'
5 December 2018
A small Asian country, Bhutan, is considered the least developed, according to The United Nations. Residents of the country are not trying to develop the economy. For themselves, they introduced the gross national happiness. The people of Bhutan live happily, but recently its happiness began to interfere with modern technology.
Once the Prime Minister of Bhutan called The country the happiest in the world. Despite this, Bhutan ranked 97th out of 156 countries in terms of population happiness in the United Nations report. At the Bhutan research center, modern technology is cited as the cause. The nation has long shunned them, but cell phones, televisions, and computers are gradually penetrating people's lives, making them less happy.
Most problems are blamed on television. It has had an impact on rising crime rates and shifting demographics. Advertising is believed to arouse the desires of Bhutanese people, which They cannot satisfy in the current economic situation. This is what generates crime, corruption and the desire to move from rural to urban areas for higher-paying jobs.
Survey data suggest that more and more Bhutanese are experiencing negative emotions such as anger, fear and selfishness. Nevertheless, 90 percent of respondents consider themselves happy. True, 48 percent consider themselves" very happy, "but not" deeply happy, "or"extremely happy."
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