- Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation? - The Atlantic
More comfortable online than out partying, post-Millennials are safer, physically, than adolescents have ever been But they’re on the brink of a mental-health crisis
- Smartphones HAVE Changed a Generation; Get Over It . . .
In a new book with a very long title, “Why Today’s Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy--and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood--and What That Means
- Are We Going to Allow Smartphones to Destroy a Generation?
Study Hacks Blog Are We Going to Allow Smartphones to Destroy a Generation? August 20th, 2017 · 55 comments The iGen Problem Many people recently sent me the same article from the current issue of The Atlantic It’s titled, “Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?”, and it’s written by Jean Twenge, a psychology professor at San Diego State University
- How Has Social Media Changed Us? - Forbes
Lawrence is not alone in the shift towards more conscious behavior as a whole Kat Gordon, Founder of 3% Conference, adds, "The amplification of social media has made me get crystal clear on what
- Experts Have The Years Wrong When It Comes To Baby Boomers . . .
I will forever argue that the “Boomer” generation can be split between those born between 1946 and 1955, and 1956 to 1964 I’m in the second group, and much more oriented to Free Markets and Independence than the loser who make up the first 1 2 of the general group
- Smartphones’ Negative Effects: A Summary of the Latest . . .
i think we should have two phones one non-smart phone for basic calls and text messages we are living in a world where cellphone is indispensible you never know when that emergency call will come by so doing, we can keep off the smart phones and their troubles, and then keep our necessary phone calls and messages coming
- How a Generation Lost Its Common Culture - Minding The Campus
If there’s a problem with the Millenials, it’s the fault of the older Boomer generation in control of school curricula My parents’ generation was the Great Depression and WWII and they did an okay job of transmitting the best of Western civilization to us, but we squandered it when it came our turn to pass it on the younger generations
- Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From . . .
Parents, therapists and schools are struggling to figure out whether helping anxious teenagers means protecting them or pushing them to face their fears