Future-shock



noun
1.
physical and psychological disturbance caused by a person’s inability to cope with very rapid social and technological change.
2.
any overload of a person’s or an organization’s capacity for adaptation or decision making.

A sense of insecurity and disorientation often felt by people whose societies are undergoing rapid change.

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