Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation /by Neil Howe and Bill Strauss ; Cartoons by R.J. Matson - Chapter Eight Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eight Summary and Analysis

Millenial teenagers have far more respect for their parents and other authority figures than earlier generations.

The last decade has seen money and tangible goods replaced by time as people's most valuable resource. Millenials are not immune to this trend, and many complain of having very little free time. Surveys show sharp reductions in the number of teens who frequently go to the movies, cruise in vehicles, and visit the mall. Teens consume all types of media in their free time, but teens are reading more for school than in earlier decades. The largest drops in teen's time usage are in unorganized sports and television watching while the largest increases are in time spent at school or on school work and household chores.

Millenials perceive themselves as special and are perceived by other generations as special as well. This...

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