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Title:International Attitudes towards Millennials: Sources for Examining Intergenerational Identity Conflict
Author(s):Nathan C. Crook
Subject(s):Millennials
intergenerational
conservatives
generation y
Geographic Coverage:United States
Abstract:Upcoming generations tend to be judged based upon the status quo of the previous generation. The term “millennial” is used as a pejorative to describe the Generation Y cohort primarily in the US and Britain; whereas, the following sampling of popular and academic articles suggest the predominant international usage of “millennial”is not as subjective. With intergenerational bias promoted by social conservatives in the United States as a starting point, this project examines perceptions of and attitudes toward millennials (Generation Y) and how they vary across cultures and nations.
Issue Date:2018
Citation Info:Crook, N. (2018). "International Attitudes towards Millennials: Sources for Examining Intergenerational Identity Conflict." Syllabus submitted for the International Studies Research Lab, Champaign, IL.
Genre:Other
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/101879
Date Available in IDEALS:2018-10-23


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