A Theory of Sustainable Sociocultural and Economic by Mohamed Rabie

By Mohamed Rabie

This publication argues that improvement is a finished societal method with key components: fiscal restructuring and sociocultural transformation. whereas both of those parts on my own can begin switch, a powerful improvement plan must handle either in an effort to succeed.

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People, no matter how hard they may try, can avoid neither conflict nor change, nor can they escape the impact of either one on their personal lives and collective consciousness. The interaction of conflict with change and the accumulation of their consequences over time have given birth to the societal processes of transformation that together form the larger contexts within which all change is introduced and conflict is managed. These processes are the sociocultural, political, economic, and infomedia processes, and they will be explained later.

We also know that the state of technology is improving all the time; and knowledge is fast becoming a good substitute for the basic factors of production. Based on this, we can say that by harnessing the potentialities of science and technology, and developing our human and cultural capital, we should be able to reach our economic growth targets and attain sustainable development. However, to reach these targets before a population explosion makes sustainable development unachievable, the world needs to set five targets and try to reach them within the coming two to three decades: 1.

The material and nonmaterial achievements of each civilization go hand in hand, and their internal and external dynamics and mutual influence are what makes progress, stagnation, or regression possible. Some Third World intellectuals, particularly those belonging to older nations and great empire-civilizations of the past, tend to claim that the Western civilization is one of material and technological achievements but little meaningful culture. They argue that human relations in Western societies in general, and the United States in particular, are superficial, lacking passion and sincerity and, therefore, reflect the lack of refined culture.

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