The Psychology Behind Generational Conflict
Complaining about the youth has been going on for millennia, where the older generation finds fault with the younger generation's behavior and shortcomings.
Even Aristotle said of Greece's youth: "They think they know everything, and are always quite sure about it."
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The one story we tell ourselves about homeownership is it is a path to a more stable, equitable future. The idea is that it is a responsible decision that requires commitment and hope. It is center...
The idea of owning a suburban home was fed to Americans by people in power: Suburbia has always been suitable for industry.
Big houses = big appliances. This fed the coal, steel, and automaking industries. With it came cars and oil that made the postwar American suburb possible. It is all as much a creature of government as of the market.
The climate crisis and carbon dependency make potential homeowners reconsider the effects of suburban sprawl.
The September 11, 2001, terrorist attack and the market crash of 2008 sowed a sense of instability and propagated fears.
Millennials were born between 1981 and 1996.
Similar to how baby boomers were named after an increase in birth rate after World War II, millennials were named beca...
The children of Generation X are known as Generation Z. They were born between 1997 and 2012. Gen X's main parenting goal was to raise their children so they do not end up like millennials.
Gen Z turns to the web for everything, from entertainment to news. They choose the entertainment of YouTube or TikTok over traditional outlets and spend about 50 hours per week on social media.
Whether it’s the ‘food porn’ pics on Instagram or the way food is packaged or marketed, the foodie frenzy shows no sign of stopping.
The ‘Foodie’ culture, which originated from the Boomers ...
The term ‘foodie’ was coined in 1980 in a New York Magazine article. New Age Boomers understood and made it acceptable to pay attention to what is eaten, and how it is eaten.
The ‘90s and the ‘00s, saw this term becoming increasingly common, and is applied to anyone with an interest in eating or showcasing food.
Farmer markets have increased exponentially over the last two decades, while food trucks, those ‘exotic/organic/delicious meals on wheels’, had combined revenue of USD 1.2 billion in 2012.
Cooking shows are huge and wide-ranging, while social media accounts of certain food photographers, or foodtographers, have followers in the count of millions. Dedicated food imagery websites are doing well, making food photography rival even the selfie craze.