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What is it like to be young in Germany today Many kids and young adults seem to be without any perspective for their future They are disillusioned and frustrated But is it really that bad I dont think so Of course in some cases things are worse and therefore I am going to have a look on some general problems of our generation in this essay It may be that I am not always able to hide my very personal view of being young in Germany but as I am a part of this generation it might be all right To start off with a topic adolescents of all generations and countries are confronted with I am going to talk of kids and their place in society When kids are in puberty they just dont know where they belong to As even Britney Spears articulates young females dilemma with singing Im not a girl but not a woman yet we can imagine that this is a quite central problem for young people why else should Britneys song be that popular But maybe it is really harder for young people to find their place today Everybody has to be like everyone unless she doesnt want to be an outsider This starts with wearing the right clothes and goes on with other materialistic things Unfortunately this is no Playstation-game we stick in this is reality In this consume-orientated culture only few kids and young adults seem to be interested in real concerning topics like politics or their environment As I get more and more interested in the politics of the 1960s and 70s I start to miss this thought of making things better today For sure we can be satisfied with the society we are living in but arent there still things which are worth fighting for Dont we have the obligation to speak for the people who are not able to What is about
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