Generations Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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People Moving Through Time

• There are four generational types - Idealist, Reactive, Civic, and Adaptive

• A full generation is complete when all four types have passed through their lifecycles.

• America has completed five generational cycles.

• Generational type alters its expression as its lifecycle progresses.

• Choices of generational types leave a heritage to the ensuing generations.

Life along the Generational Diagonal

• Cohort groups are inherently permanent.

• They experience the same events known as "age location."

• Each group develops common concepts of family, education, and societal mores.

• Each generation is like a train on a diagonal track when it moves to its next level on a graph.

• Each generation impacts three new generations which enter by the time a generation reaches elderhood.

Belonging to a Generation

• The length of a generation is 22 years.

• The general role of elderhood (66-87) is that of mentors, values transmitters, and supervisors.

• The primary role...

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