Perspectives on Postindustrial Society: Papers Presented at the Joint United States-Japan Symposium 1968: Postindustrial Society, September 25-27, 1968, Tokyo, Japan
University of Tokyo Press, 1970 - Civilization, Modern - 222 pages
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Opening Address Daigoro Yasukawa
The World of the TwentyFirst Century Junnosuke
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analysis areas Atsumi bacteria basic become brain commodities communication concept countries created creativity cultural Daniel Bell Delphi method discussion economic effects electronic computers example feedback field function future futurology genetic biology growth HAYASHI Heraclitus Herman Kahn human important increase indicate individual Industrial Revolution industrial society information revolution information-centered society institutions Japan Japanese Karatsu KISHIDA knowledge Kurokawa Kyoto University labor laser living machines man's mass media materials means mechanism medicine megalopolis ment metabolic metamorphic method mobility MURANO nomic oxygen pattern planning political population possible postindustrial society predict present problem Professor programs progress revolution role secondary wants sense shift social change stable structure systems engineering tech technical techniques technological change technological forecasting technological innovation telephone television tion transplantation trend twenty-first century United University of Tokyo urban values violence