March Book Discussion
Tuesday, March12th at 7pm EST
by Jean M. Twenge, PhD
Twenge's work turns on its head the typical assertion that generational differences are the result of major world events, and uses data encompassing the information of over thirty-nine million people in the United States to back up points she has found. Investigating the world through the viewpoints of the six living generations in the United States (Silents, Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, Gen Z, and Polars/Gen Alpha), Twenge points out how technological developments push new generations toward different values and what those values are, touching upon politics, mental health, and family dynamics as she goes.
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