Roles and Relationships in the 21st Century
- Jerald Hage - University of Maryland, USA
- Charles Powers - University of Santa Clara, California, USA
Cultural Studies (General)
Their answer is that the complexification of society requires a different kind of person. Creativity, flexibility and emotional astuteness will become the watchwords of the future, personality traits that will enable people to successfully adapt to the ever-changing swirl of workplace, familial, personal and leisure roles. Based on the tenets of social theory, the authors present both a vision of the future and a plan for personal and interpersonal action.