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    Generation Z and Millennials both share similarities and differences in how each generation tends to speak. Millennials focus more on expressing their opinions and opening the floor to debate whereas Generation Z is more emotional- being told that his opinion is wrong is considered an infringement on his happiness. The Generation Zers tend to be extremely captious when it comes to choosing their words and manipulating them to their advantage so that they cannot be told otherwise; they care…

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    The positives impact that was brought to Z generation are they could be more creative than the previous generations. They could receive information immediately from it which can make them being an open minded person than the previous generation. For example, the Indonesian fans of one direction could know about live report of their idol concert in the other countries by looking through it. They…

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    Generation Z's Election

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    Presidential Election Grace Masback wrote, “With so many people trying to define what our generation means and stands for, its about time we offer our own perspective”, she explains how generation Z desires to express their exceptional potential. Generation Z, also known as the igeneration or post-millennials, consist of those born between the years 1995-2009. This year’s election will be the first to have a generation z’s vote. This is significant considering in the coming years almost half…

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    Starry Night Poem Analysis

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    To whoever decides to read this, These poems I’ve written weren’t written with any particular aim other than to write. To many, this may seem absurd or even erroneous, but that’s the truth behind each poem I’m submitting, they’re spontaneous without any exact aim other than to dispose of an emotion or answer a question resulting from my musings. These are by no means a written “Starry Night” or a mosaic from ancient Greece but each is more of a basic sketch for the reader to find their own…

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    The crash, perhaps the scar of our generation. As it did in Lord Of The Flies. The big question is what if generation z was stuck on a island, and had no other generations there? The struggle and the praying of hope would be everywhere. As generations before us would like to call us dumb, or immature we would struggle and we would fall. But we would rise as a generation. Generation Z would crumble but we will fight, and be down to earth while our social skills will grow us as a new community.…

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    Members of the Lost Generation are known for being apathetic expatriates who go against traditional relationships, religion, and gender stereotypes. Since this generation is uncertain for their future, they don’t trust their political leaders and use alcohol to escape their reality. Generation Z is quite similar to the Lost Generation. Various people have argued that my generation is the next Lost Generation due to the indistinguishable qualities they share. Within the first chapter of The Sun…

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    Every millennial and generation Z member has heard an older person criticize our generation about being too absorbed in technology, but how much of that is actually true? As our world is progressing with new technology, we must reflect on how our surroundings are impacted, whether it be upon us or nature. In Richard Louv’s book, “Last Child in the Woods”, he critically addresses just that; people and nature are separating. To support his argument, Louv begins with how we are changing nature’s…

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    Taylor Oberpriller The Dumbest Generation 1/5/15 ⅚ B The current under 30 generation is the dumbest generation ever. Just because of the fact that we have access to more advanced technology and knowledge of the use of that technology, it could also be argued that the same technology has disconnected this generation from real peer contact, common sense problem solving skills, connection to writing skills, and critical thinking which has put the under 30 generation at a disadvantage and has, in…

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    than their parents, they differ in the way of working, communicating, playing, and even loving. The new modern tools used by millennials are a reason for why a lot of people consider them a lazy generation that is not ready to make a real change into the world. In his article “Meet the First Digital Generation. Now Get Ready To Play By Their Rules” Adler states “millennials consume so much media they can’t concentrate, torn as they are between texting, posting on Facebook, and watching…

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    Recently, there have been debates on millennials, also known as Generation Y (people born roughly between the 1980’s and 2000), and whether older generation love or hate the generation that is ‘so full of themselves’. How Those Spoiled Millennials Will Make the Work Place Better for Everyone, written by Emily Matchar (2012), argues that millennials aren’t all bad and will better the workplace. At the beginning of her article, Matchar describes millennials negatively, “teacup kids, for their…

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