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post-industrial in Economics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpost-industrialˌpost-inˈdustrial adjective  TIPErelating to the period in the late 20th century when the older types of industry became less important, and computers became more important the post-industrial information-based society
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post-industrialThis is how I helped produce an article on the new post-industrial economy.The attempt by residents to develop in their own eyes a post-industrial ethic was not realizable without consequences and contradictions.In a post-industrial information economy, the differences become more pronounced and more divisive as the length and necessity of schooling increase.You can not, in a post-industrial nation, make more than fitful sense of an early Victorian doctrine of class-war.Yes, this is post-industrial noise in the genre of the completely unlistenable Test Department.Second and more fundamental: is there nowadays any normal average level of fertility to which post-industrial societies are tending?Clearly, the post-industrial world is changing attitudes as well as places.post-industrial ... societyBy and large, the academic community seems content simply to accommodate to the instrumental needs of post-industrial society.Second and more fundamental: is there nowadays any normal average level of fertility to which post-industrial societies are tending?