1. What will the future entail in Toffler's account?
(a) Destruction and despair.
(b) Progress and happiness.
(c) Turmoil and instability.
(d) New rules and new roles.
2. How does Toffler describe future shock?
(a) As a temporary condition.
(b) As an opportunity.
(c) As a disease.
(d) As a transformative agent.
3. What makes future shock different than culture shock?
(a) Future shock consists of familiar cues being replaced by unfamiliar cues.
(b) Future shock is a cultural condition.
(c) Culture shock only happens in modern cultures.
(d) Culture shock only lasts for a generation before assimilation takes place.
4. Where does culture shock take place, in Toffler's account?
(a) Developing nations.
(b) All modern people.
(c) Urban populations.
(d) Foreign travelers.
5. What symptom does Toffler describe as an aspect of future shock?
6. What will the changes of the future result in, as Toffler describes it?
(a) People not having a say in their governments.
(b) People not getting enough food.
(c) People not knowing what makes sense.
(d) People not being able to afford medical care.
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