Gen Z Exists Only In Your Head
The Atlantic, 2021
The generations may not be as different as you think.
Sociologists agree that the era people in which grow up differentiates them from other generations. However, they disagree about where inter-generational lines emerge. While labels like Baby Boomer help define large social shifts, believing in a gaping generational chasm may be misguided. Joe Pinsker, writing for The Atlantic, examines the perils of segregating people into what experts increasingly agree are arbitrary categories.
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Journalist Joe Pinsker covers family and relationships for The Atlantic.
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