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New Generation Essay Examples

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Textual Analysis of Generation Q
Generation Q is an essay that discusses the attitudes of today’s “twenty something” versus those of the author’s generation. After spending a week visiting several colleges and observing students, the author came away with two conflicting feelings. This article expresses how he felt both impressed and baffled by the student...
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The Many Issues That Surfaces out of the General Gap in Our Society
Generation Gap
When discussing the generation gap, many issues surface. In this article in
Newsweek, issues such as music, morals, and goals arise with the wide gulf of
generations in the black community. Older Americans continue to be separated
from the growing hip-hop culture, and they, along with the hip-hop community,
h...
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An Analysis of the Risk Factors in Generation X
That's Extreme Dude! If a person that never lived in the twentieth century visited 1997 for just one day, he or she would probably think that we are all trying to kill ourselves. Everything from sports, to music, to advertisements is extreme these days. People are doing things in sports that have never been attempted an...
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An Introduction to the Issue of Generation Gap Between Parent and Child
Often we hear of the generation gap -- that huge expanse between parent and child. Perhaps it is an acquaintance gap. Young people and adults do not know each other. The inability to communicate often enters the picture. Sometimes it is because neither knows what the other is interested in. They live under the same roof, bu...
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The Overview of the Feelings by Being in the Generation X
Question: Popular culture has dubbed you and your contemporaries Generation X. Respond to this label and describe any feelings brought about by this. My main objective in writing this essay was to articulate my feelings on a topic which should matter to those of us who don't want to be percieved in such a general manner. A...
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Differences and Similarities between the Older Chinese Generation and the New Chinese Generation
In my capacity as one of the new generation of Chinese kids, I would be
interested in sharing and talking to my American college mates about the
differences between the older generation of Chinese and us. There are
similarities and differences that might be worth knowing about. China has changed a lot since the reformation...
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A Literary Analysis of the Generation Lap by Don Tapscott
New Generation Ahead of the Old In his article “The Generation Lap,” Don Tapscott describes how “we have shifted from a generation gap to a generation lap” which means that kids are moving faster than adults on the technological track as well as daily life. Children are more capable of using computers and educating the ol...
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Comparing Different Generations
In life many teens like myself tend to consider our lives to be easier than our grandparents when they were our age; truth be told I believe both of the two generation are hard. Our grandparents faced many things in their life, if we were ever able to be put into their shoes we wouldn’t be able to take on such things. Havin...
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Attitudes Toward Older Adults
It is projected that by 2050 there will be 19 million elderly individuals in the United States( Velcoff & Vincent, 2010). The aging population is increasing rapidly; individuals are living longer, their health is better and they are achieving higher educational degrees (Velcoff & Vincent, 2010). This increase in the aging p...
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The New Generation and A Rebellious Attitude
Our new generation has become entrenched with a rebellious attitude and these ad agencies have set the tone to market their goods without any regard to the detrimental effect, it is having on the youth culture. Although society has made tremendous advances in technology, in the process we have lost sight of the important va...
1,628 words
4 pages