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    Why are people in the under-thirty generation not as hardworking and driven as the people from earlier generations? People in the last thirty years have been becoming dumber. Sources A, D, and G talk about how why under-thirty generation is the dumbest. They say that the under-thirty generation is the dumbest because they have many more resources that they can use to get things done, so they don’t have to put in as much effort. The under-thirty generation is the dumbest because technology is…

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    and the attitudes of the Lost Generation are impeccably similar to that of today’s young adults. The Lost Generation uses alcohol and relationships to conceal the pain from their lives that they are leading. Today’s generation uses similar deterrents to leave their pain hidden from the rest of the world. In Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, he uses the aftermath of World War I to illustrate the lives of nearly every young person, known as the Lost Generation. Hemingway spotlights the lives…

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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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    On october 12, 2015 at or about 1102 hours i was dispatched to 1735 east young circle (publix supermarket), hollywood florida, in reference to a cellphone being taken. Upon further investigation it was later found that the cellphone would equal the amount to grand theft (over $300.00usd). Let it be also noted during the time of this investigation, i was working an off-duty detail at the above location. Upon arrival i made contact with the james othman, herein after referred to as the victim.…

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    Introduction Four generations currently exist in the workplace, with a fifth generation beginning to break ground. The oldest generation is referred to as the Silent (e.g. mature or traditional) generation; a group of workers who are typically deemed as cautious and disciplined (Stark & Farner, 2015). The Silent generation is followed by Baby Boomers whom are babies born after the end of World War II and lasting two decades past this date terminating in approximately 1964. The third…

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    Symbolism in A Long Way Gone: Memoir of a Boy Soldier Malcom X once said: “Power in defense of freedom is greater than power in behalf of tyranny and oppression” (izquotes) Freedom is fundamental to the growth of humanity. In A Long Way Gone: Memoir of a Boy Soldier, author Ishmael Beah examines the concept of freedom and oppression through illustrating his encounters as a child soldier during the Sierra Leone civil war in the 1990s. The dark influences of war strips Beah of his childhood…

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    ones who have the lowest belief in God at only twenty-seven percent compared to the silent generation of a number that almost doubles at fifty-one percent. Chances are because some of the younger people are exploring and trying to figure out what they are doing on earth and what is there purpose in life which could lead them to a pathway of believing in a religion or not. Secondly people of a younger generation usually believe if their parents have a strong faith as…

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    Generations each possess individual values, attitudes, and goals that strike them apart from one another, thus creating a gap. This gap is like a barrier that keeps the different generations distinct. The previous generations have played a big role in shaping the newest generation by offering help to them. However, the current generation seemed to have developed a different attitude about life and themselves. Amy Tan's short story, "The Rules of the Game,” shows the generation/culture gap…

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    My generation, Gen Z, is projected to be one of the most conservative generations yet, we very clearly buck the Churchill quote “ if you are not a socialist in your twenties you don't have a heart, if you are a socialist in your 40’s you don't have a brain.” But do we truly not have a heart. I would certainly say I do, at the very least, I've given many hours to charity, many dollars to charity, given a room in my house to help a homeless man get back on his feet. It should be noted however that…

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    . Generativity is the ability or concern to be useful to self and the society, with the aim of being productive and creative.in this stage, a person aims at guiding the future generation. In the late adulthood, individuals tend to engage themselves in certain activities to increase their generativity. Parenting is one of the activities adults involve themselves in. People in this stage act as role models and teach their children good morals. Doing charitable works is another activity that…

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