2 edition of Coping with the new technology found in the catalog.
Coping with the new technology
Jen A. Algera
Written in English
Taken from Applied psychology, an international review, vol.38, 1989, pp. 1-13.
|Series||Applied psychology : an international review -- v.38, Applied psychology -- v.38.|
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He explores the origins Author: Narain Jashanmal. Coping with Change Introduction Using This Book In today’s society, many people find themselves living through multiple extensive and often debilitating changes in their lives.
Your clients are among the people affected by these changes. Change manifests itself in many facets of a person’s life. My ground rules are simple: 1) learn to live with new technologies; 2) do not be dictated to by technology; 3) when you take up new technologies learn to listen to people in lesser positions, especially those who are younger and probably more comfortable with the high-tech than you are.
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Tools for Communications was then published on in and finally some of the chapters were tranferred to Livestrong in January after Design Media purchased “Cope with” is the correct term. For example, you could say “I can’t cope with my study load” or “I can’t cope with my parents nagging me to take up science”, etc.
“Cope up” is an Indianism, derived from “keep up”. The “keep” is often - very wrong.