It is the illusion of the economic development fomenting the development of the dominant sectors. The underdeveloped nations cannot compete with the rich countries that withhold resources to speed up inventions to reach greater technological autonomy. The new technological net and of telecommunications and the interdependence of the globalization can cause a significant increase of the unemployment the underdeveloped countries for the substitution of the not qualified man power for the new industrial technologies. With this the man power use is devaluated and the exploration on the workers grows, causing a great social conflict each more real time. In this scene, the inaqualities tend if to reveal more intensely submitting the underdeveloped countries to the interests of the great corporations and the organisms multinationals and fortifying the developed countries more. However, development does not mean only growth economic, but the qualitative transformation of the society and the participation of all in the produced wealth, and not only in the growth of this wealth at the hands of few. The countries also developed face serious problems in the income distribution, in the conditions of hygiene and health of the population, in the conditions of job, the land distribution, the access and the quality of the education, etc.
The job of new technologies, new raw materials, new plants generates accumulation of wealth for the owners of the capital, intensifying the production through the extration of the more-value. In this system, the worker does not receive for what it produces and the control of its proper work is in charge of the master promoting a economic inaquality between used masters and. The social dynamics can be explained from different perspectives concerning the transformations for which it passes the society. Different theoretical boardings are presented by: mile Durkheim: the founder of modern sociology is considered. For it the individual is influenced by the society with rules strong and established and standardized forms of behavior and thought, the one that it calls collective conscience.