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Abstract

As the twenty-first century advances, life conditions in many countries have reached a dynamic stage; technologies to deal with every aspect of life are being developed at the speed of light, and count-less individuals, institutions, and organizations, having varied and oftentimes contradictory interests and goals, are leading this development process. A “world in transition” has emerged, where impersonal, institutional, and profit-maximizing entities and ideologically radical forces are assuming the leading role in instigating change, managing changed situations, and producing transformations of immense proportions and deep societal implications. A world in transition is a world in a state of continuous change, where change transforms living conditions, and living conditions transform ways of life, causing further change.

Keywords

Social Recognition Century Advance Radical Force Advanced Industrial Society Promise Land 
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Notes

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    John Kenneth Galbraith, The Good Society (Houghton Mifliin, 1996), 12.Google Scholar

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