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The traditional concept of generational structure of society is, to a considerable extent, responsible for the doldrums of industrialized societies., suggesting that it consists of three generations; those who were born and are being educated (first generation), those who are productive in the society and in the family (second generation), and those who have retired from the society (third generation). The last category as a whole is considered to be a major burden which is becoming heavier anddoi:10.32137/kyosei.3.3_25 fatcat:lbfrz2tkgjgernwrysgna2iqma