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|Material Type:||Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David M Haugen; Susan Musser
|ISBN:||9780737763263 0737763264 9780737763270 0737763272|
|Description:||213 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||ch. 1. What defines the Millennial generation? Have we raised a generation of narcissists? / Steve Chapman --
Members of the Millennial generation are not more self-absorbed than previous generations / Jeffrey Jensen Arnett --
Born digital: understanding the first generation of digital natives / John Palfrey and Urs Gasser --
Digital natives do not belong to just one generation / Chris Jones and Laura Czerniewicz --
The Millennial generation lacks a strong work ethic / David N. Bass --
The Millennial generation is productive in the workplace / Brynn Evans --
The Millennial generation is entrepreneurial / Rick Jensen. ch. 2. How motivated and well educated is the Millennial generation? The Millennial generation is highly motivated and overwhelmed with work / Sharon Jayson --
The Millennial generation is not a group of motivated overachievers / Mark Bauerlein --
Education for the Millennial generation should reflect its digital upbringing / Marc Prensky --
The Millennial generation desires a change in civic and political discourse / Caitlin A. Baggott --
Generational stereotyping inhibits education / Mano Singham. ch. 3. What social factors have shaped the Millennial generation? The Millennial generation has inherited numerous problems from the Baby Boomers / Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. --
This Boomer isn't going to apologize / Stephen Moore --
The 9/11 terrorist attacks had a significant impact on the Millennial generation / Eleni Towns --
The impact of 9/11 on the Millennial generation has lessened over time / Joan Garrett. ch. 4. How will the Millennial generation impact the future? What happens when Millennials come together / David D. Burstein --
The Millennial generation holds great promise to radically improve the US government / Russ Linden --
The Millennial generation prefers collective problem-solving over political allegiance / David Schimke --
The Millennial generation is challenging institutional religion in America / Morley Winograd and Michael D. Hais --
The Millennial generation is embracing religion and its orthodoxy / Anna Williams --
The Millennial generation is more accepting of gay and lesbian rights / Robert P. Jones --
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|Series Title:||Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)|
|Responsibility:||David Haugen and Susan Musser, book editors.|
- Generation Y -- Juvenile literature.
- Youth -- Social conditions -- 21st century -- Juvenile literature.
- Generations -- Juvenile literature.
- Generation Y.
- Youth -- Social conditions.
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