John Galbraith: The Age Of Discontinuity

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20th century has been regarded as the period of incredible change in human history, philosophers and scientists have been given various names to this period. Peter Drucker has called it as “The age of Discontinuity” John Galbraith has called it as “The age of future shock”. Stress has become the 21st century buzz word from the high prevailing corporate echelons to the bassinets of teaching infants” nurseries we find this world liberally used. Stress has become common part of modern life. Urbanization, industrialization and the increase of scale of operations in society are some of the reasons for raising stress. It is an inevitable consequence of socio-economic complexity and to some extent, it’s stimulant as well .People experience stress

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