The world is probably as round as 50 years ago, but life views, beliefs and opinion differences between generations induce to continuous controversial discussions such as “The world today is better than 50 years ago”. Who haven’t debated regarding this endless theme, at least once, with a family member? The conflict “time” between generation always have been a theme for divergent discussions, and as rule elder generation tend to influence youth's opinion, pretending on the idea that the live was better then, fifty years ago, and they passed more interesting and useful time rather than is doing now, young generations, who are spending their youth on unimportant things, aspiring to false values. On the other hand energetic, smart and wise …show more content…
Mini Invasive Medicine is the new term-standard in medicine that implies minimal intervention during a maximal treatment, which serves as guide for surgeons the last decades. Complicated procedures such as Organ Transplantation are performed daily as regular surgeries. Giving new chances for life in hopeless situations, at the most skilled level, in such complicated domain as organ transplantation, were considered an unreachable dream fifty years ago. Also health care provides improved qualitative services as never met before in medicines history. In health care facilities are working nurses that not only prove discipline and accuracy in following medical indications, but also possess extensive knowledge in medical field, experience and devotion. E-learning is the greatest accomplishment of today live in study field. The magnificent opportunity to obtain wanted knowledge in the wanted domain, at students own path from students own computer, became an accessible reality. The best thing is that it doesn’t matter on age, number of children possessed and place of living, as long there is a will to study, and a computer connected to the internet. Another advantage of e-learning is affordable cost, a lot of persons do not go to the colleges because payments are too big, and financial aid that state is offering is too small. Online studies are a solution in earning a degree for people with disabilities. If the student is meeting some difficulties in his studies, a skilled
Voters between the ages of 50 and 64 were most likely to choose the 1950s, the decade in which they themselves came to age, as the best time for kids; voters under 30 were more likely to choose the 1970s” ( ). This poll reminds me the other poll “When researcher shows and provides new technology to teenagers , they said the new technology is cool or awesome and show their curiosity. When researcher shows and provides new technology to people between the ages of 20 and 41, they most likely to said this technology going to change the world and make big money. But when researcher shows and provides new technology to people between the ages of 43 and 61, little more than a third said they do not think this is good or they just do not like it.” Those polls just remind me a funny thing. Every one have their own opinion or idea to an identical subject. There are a thousand Hamlets in a thousand people's eyes. And people change their own opinion by different reasons,even for the very very same subject.There are so many examples. Some great men then we worship when we are teenagers. Since we grow up, we always have different opinion.We lost our favorite toy. We do not talk to a friend anymore just because he already become our the most familiar stranger. Time could change anything. Our opinion, idea, and thought are change
This social changes in the society and the affect on youth can be well understood by the concept of social generation. While there is no universally accepted definition of ‘Social Generation’ it can broadly be understood as cohorts of people who share the same fundamental cultural, economic and social experiences which ultimately sculpt the mentality and opportunities presented to them, separating them from the previous generations. (Woodman & Wyn, 2014) However, generations cannot be limited to a homogenous grouping of people who are born in the same year or generation of kin, rather more on the subjective dimension of ‘experience’.
Westerhof, have “migrated in time” and experienced it all, each event shaping, molding, and changing them into who they are today (12). Gerben J. Westerhof wrote an article in the Journal of Aging Studies titled, “‘During My Life So Much Has Changed That It Looks Like A New World To Me’ A Narrative Perspective On Migrating In Time.” In this article, Westerhof organizes a study of the Silent Generation to analyze their views about cultural change and about how they identify with today’s culture. The Silent Generation refers to those born in the late 1920s to early 1940s. They are those aged sixty-nine to eighty-six and are typically referred to by Millennials as grandparents. The Silent Generation lived during world wars, great economic depression, and a time of social and religious conservatism. In his article, Westerhof concludes that not all members of the Silent Generation choose to identify with their past culture. In fact, his research concludes that some members of the Silent Generation choose to identify with Millennials, one interviewee simply stating, “It is better nowadays than it used to be in the past” (15). Through the use of ethos and sufficient
In most environments it is customary for the older generation to aspire to transmit values and accepted norms to the next generation. Adults take pride in the responsibility they feel to educate young people. This effort facilitates maturity and helps develop youth into successful members of the already established society. As young people mature, they become more independent thinkers and begin to evaluate the society in which they inhabit. This inspection can produce some angst in young people and concern from adults. It is in these formative moments and years that young people search for truth - not one that they inherit, but rather one they can call their own. As a consequence of this purposeful, natural, and necessary reflection, individuals
Each generation has gone through multilevel conflicts that would come to define them in the annals of time. For example, in the fifties there was WWII and with the crystallization of the American Dream and our moral identity as a nation. Then in the sixties there was the Vietnam Conflict, Watergate and the Civil Rights Movement that began to peel away the façade. The eighties rose from the ashes of the seventies with a second attempt at a American Dream but created a Cold War and a very real wall that would fall before today with the War on Terror which eludes any comparison to the past. These conflict and consequences had a moral level that would defined what justice, morality and culture was. These fluid concepts ended up spurring real evolution in all aspects of life for each member in an increasingly global culture each generation. These evolving aspects of culture were often transgressive and therefor created unique and novel challenges for each individual who existed independently within the generation. This crisis of morality was a duty each member faced up to in a different way. Some students rebelled against their parents and grandparents moral perspectives in favor of one crafted in the molten passion of the present during the sixties. This was not an isolated incident, no freak occurrence. The seventies would see unpresented environmental revolution and an ensuing social revolution during the eighties. But going another level deeper in these moral
Nowadays, education becomes one of the important things in human life. Most people are aware of the necessity of a higher education. In this present day with the technology there are more options to obtain education. Besides attending traditional schools, people can get an online education. Although there is a similarity between online education and traditional education, the differences between them are more noteworthy.
Youth is charged, youth has spirit, charisma. Because of such characteristics, these young minds can be even wiser than their predecessors. Society will cease to move forward without youths, as they are the ones primarily facilitating new thought and ideology. The United States, post World War II, was living in constant fear due to the Cold War. Elder generations held on tightly to conformity, dreamlike family ideals, and a conservative political ideology which stagnated the nation.
This is a small sample, survey and by interviews asking four Baby Boomers and three Generation Xers. This will help establish a demographic, by ethnicity, age, gender and education attainment. Each person interviewed asked to state a belief, value, norm, and a tradition. The results are in here are the similarities and differences between the generations and cultures.
We can see the slow process of change, to mark the behavior of the following generations, in an optimistic perspective that transpires in the speech of the Author. In older people, attitudes and inhibitions solidified for so many years, tend to persist. Only
Generations can teach others about many things. A few of those lessons they learned are the commitment, tolerance, and creativity. Generations teach each other new things every day, when a person looks up to another person whether it be the same generation or a different one, they tend to learn what the person they look up to does. Sometimes it’s good sometimes it’s bad.
Generations can be loosely defined as bodies of individuals born and living at about the same time. “Each generation is molded by distinctive experiences during their critical developmental periods” (Twenge, 2008). The
Computer based learning, as it stands, has plenty of disadvantages, but many in business and educational arenas remain optimistic about its future. There are two indisputable truths about computer-based learning, or e-learning. First, it will revolutionize education and second, such a future is just around the block. Educational experts agree that most types of study are not yet effective when delivered purely online, mainly because of bandwidth limitations, expensive set-up costs, continued resistance to the medium and a shortage of quality course content.
Learning is more than just receiving information. Traditionally learning was to be in campus, where students would interact with one a another, there were no other ways for learners to get educated beside going to the classroom and listening to the instructor. Nowadays the Internet has brought different ways for people to receive information, such as getting education and degrees online. A few years ago online education was never thinkable, and yet it has become to reality and it is widely expanding with popularity. Online education is a type of educational instruction that delivers learning to individuals to their own homes, and it is getting very popular among nontraditional student and others. Individuals prefer online education
e-Learning is a catch-all term that covers a wide range of instructional material that can be delivered on a CD-ROM or DVD, over a local area network (LAN), or on the Internet. It includes Computer-Based Training (CBT), Web-Based Training (WBT), Electronic Performance Support Systems (EPSS), distance or online learning and online tutorials. The major advantage to students is its easy access. There