ISBN (hardcover): 978-0-9992249-0-8, ISBN (e-book): 978-0-9992249-2-2; Library of Congress control # 2017916589; BISAC codes: 1--SOC00500 Social Science/Customs & Traditions; 2--HIS037080 History/Modern/21st Century; 3--FAM034000 Family & Relationships/Parenting/General; 4--EDU021000 Education/Non-Formal/Education; 5--BUS069030 Business & Economics/Economic Theory; 6--EDU016000 Education/History

ISBN (hardcover): 978-0-9992249-0-8, ISBN (e-book): 978-0-9992249-2-2; Library of Congress control # 2017916589; BISAC codes: 1--SOC00500 Social Science/Customs & Traditions; 2--HIS037080 History/Modern/21st Century; 3--FAM034000 Family & Relationships/Parenting/General; 4--EDU021000 Education/Non-Formal/Education; 5--BUS069030 Business & Economics/Economic Theory; 6--EDU016000 Education/History

Culture

“What causes cultural change? What will be some of the consequences of current societal practices?”

  • Ancient life followed nature.
  • A culture can only develop as its educated are gainfully employed.
  • Early cultural awareness starts at home.
  • At what age do parents give children responsibility? If it is at college graduation, they are two decades too late. Dependency is taught.
  • Why were teenagers old enough to work eight hundred years ago, but not today?
  • Based on the historical accomplishments of people whose lives were half the current lifespan, we wean later, learn slower, and are less mentally developed upon entering adulthood.
  • Team approach is often preferred over individual initiative.
  • Innovation has slowed since the 1960s as the adoption rate of technology has quickened.
  • Fascination with technological gadgets has replaced intellectual pursuit.