Major Findings From The Interview: A Comproved On My Cellfather's Life

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Major Findings from the Interview:
Technology has vastly improved over my grandfather’s lifetime. Technology is incorporated in a lot of people’s lives. As my grandfather mentions, most teenagers who sit down to have a family meal will have their phones by them. Since technology is extremely incorporated in our lives, it is completely normal for people to be holding two conversations at the same time. One of those conversations can be through texting and another conversation can be in person. Another important topic my grandfather and I discussed was equality. Although equality has gotten better, some people will always feel they are better than others. My grandfather does mention he thinks the government has improved in the issue regarding
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I knew gas was less expensive then it is now, but for it to be around 25 cents per gallon is just mind blowing. Gas has always been more than $2 per gallon for me. I wish it were still 25 cents per gallon because I could be spending the money on other things like food and rent. Technology is incorporated in everything we do today. It is interesting to me how technology has grown in such a small amount of time. When my grandfather was born he did not know what social media is or even have a cell phone. I cannot imagine my life without technology and I am sure most people in the younger generations cannot as …show more content…
So when I spoke to him I realized how much change he has experienced in his life. My grandfather went from growing up without the technology to having technology become such an important part of society. These days’ five-year-old children are more efficient with technology then the older generations. My grandfather mention technology has made it easier to get into connect with another person. When my grandfather was growing up, he did not have a cell phone he could carry around with him. Trying to get in touch with someone is almost instant now. My grandfather did not even have email. If he needed to send something to someone he had to mail it through the post office. It could take weeks for the person to get back to him. With email it could take less then a minute. I am glad I was born in a generation with technology. I also realized how open my grandfather is to change. Now a day’s, women and girls are dressing more provocative and I always assumed my grandfather never liked that. However, I do think I got that assumption from my parents and not my grandfather. My parents would always tell me to dress really conserved around my grandparents. I was completely surprised by his answer on whether or not teenagers are dressing appropriately. He said the clothing people wear are a form of expression and as long as they talk with their parents about it, then they should be allowed to

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