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post-industrial

[ˌpəʊstɪnˈdʌstrɪəl] ADJposindustrial
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The North Sea oil field was by then booming and we could well afford the unemployment benefits that had to be paid out as a result of the post-industrial society which she inflicted upon us.
a favorite Facebook meme of the campaign is a picture of some young toughs glaring into the camera with the caption -First rule of basic income: Everyone gets a basic income," or a picture of some robots with the caption, "We don't need wages, which is why we need a basic income") it has had the very positive effect of forcing people to address what the role of work in a post-industrial society should be, and to what extent we should be bound to traditional conceptions of work and the virtue that is assumed to flow from it.
DEAR Editor, To correct our increasingly chronic overseas trade deficit the Government is now trying to encourage a boost in exports from our post-industrial society.
Generally questioning the notion that contemporary right-wing extremism in the Europe is an essentially new phenomenon or a by-product of post-industrial society, the 16 papers presented here by Mammone (modern European history, U.
According to Vladislav Inozemtsev, director of the Centre for Post-Industrial Society Research, the ambitious logistics displayed are the most that Russia will be able to offer its partners at the summit.
8220;We're not in a recession,” Weiner said, “but rather a fundamental transformation,” such as when we advanced from an industrial to a post-industrial society.
Creative economy corresponds to such tendencies of post-industrial society as demand for entertainment, obsession of consuming, fusion of labour and leisure, integrality of activities, striving for individual autonomy and privacy.
First, a post-industrial society is more fragmented than its industrial predecessor, as conflict lines are not exclusively built on class, but also on skill differences, on the insider-outsider division of the labour market and on cultural value divides.
Santos says: "We believe that movement is due partly to the increasing sociological awareness of the post-industrial society that we currently live in.
He said: "We as a nation have to stop deluding ourselves that Britain is leading the way into a post-industrial society where manufacturing is unimportant and where we can pay our way by means of services alone.