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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do people experience their moral values, in Toffler's future?
(a) As temporary values.
(b) As legal obligations.
(c) As mystical laws.
(d) As directives.
2. What is affected when a person's life changes?
(a) Their digestion.
(b) Their immune system.
(c) Their psychological adjustment.
(d) Their coping mechanisms.
3. What does Toffler say subgroups compete for?
(c) Advertising dollars.
4. What is someone supposed to do once they choose their identity?
(a) Invent new identities.
(b) Conform to the subgroup.
(c) Make new friends.
(d) Convert others to that same identity.
5. What is the method people use to cope with future shock?
(a) They cling to their families.
(b) They repress any unpleasant experiences.
(c) They acquire behavioral tics.
(d) They limit the information they take in.
Short Answer Questions
1. How can social change be mitigated?
2. What do subgroups provide for people?
3. What does change affect in a person's psychology?
4. How does Toffler describe a person's choices in the future?
5. What should people be wary of in new technologies?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does an individual need to do to prepare for the future and avoid future shock?
2. What will planners need to have in order to make an education system that prepares people for the future?
3. How does future shock affect decision-making processes?
4. What does Toffler say the future will bring for individuals?
5. What will the consequence be if new technologies are not controlled?
6. Why can't the system police itself with regard to new technologies?
7. What is the danger of change in a super-industrial culture?
8. How is super-industrialism affecting the segmentation of the population?
9. What will the place of enclaves be in future society?
10. How does change affect people's health?
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