The rise of psychiatrist as the new Shaman.
The rise of the adolescent extension (the bobby-soxer) of teens to become a market for delayed adolescence that now extends into the 30s.
The rise of anima and animus projections of romantic idealization.
The rise of the befuddled male caught in a vice of contradictory commandments.
The rise of females playing male roles and doubting themselves because all they really want is to get married.
The separation of teen culture from the main culture (Oh, I mentioned that).
I didn’t mention the IT mind, so I’ll retitle this the birth of the Image Mind, or the consumer mind that is the driving energy of our economy. The consumer economy creates and maintains the consumer mind as it energy source. There is no one to blame here, no single cause of this. It all rose together, with benefits and unexpected side-effects, which is the way of products that we consume. The side-effects create the need for new products, and so the machine keeps cranking along, cranking out pleasure and pain in equal doses, but always with the hope that the next new product will end the Ground Hog Day.