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Hyper-Industrialism meaning and definition :


Hyper-industrialism. A term that many favor over the term postindustrial society to refer to very advanced industrial societies such as the U.S. It is Industrialism writ large in which “all” social institutions (government, family, education) have adapted to the demands of the industrial economy. The prefix "hyper" denotes "over and above," even to the point of "abnormal excess." To describe contemporary America as "hyper-industrial" is to stress both its continuity with the past and how it is rapidly changing--even to abnormal excess.


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