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Interacting with our children (for us younguns)

Discussion in 'Relationships and Sociology' started by Shai Gar, Sep 8, 2008.

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    I wonder if that's what it's going to be like...
     
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    I don't even want to think of what kind of kids the Millennial generation will have. As history has a tendency to repeat itself, and the Millennial generation is considered the new Civic generation, that means the Millennials will have the next Adaptive generation.

    The last adaptive generation was described as...
    "placid as youth, sensitive as elders, flexible, caring and open-minded but indecisive and guilt ridden."

    We are at a time of great social stagnation not seen since prior to the second world war. That means the children of the millenials will be the ones who will bring about great social change.
     
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    So, Satya, I gather you think that the approaching social change will be for the worse.
    I don't disagree, but I am curious about why you think so.
     
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    I meant technologically... Introducing them to the world of print.

    I've got an INTP mate who had a 2 year old child that could plug in the Wii and put in a game and start playing. They had a strict "Linux-Only" rule in their house, and the kid could type before he was 3...
     
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