changing the way we communicate. How we socialize with others and make new friends.
How we read, teach, and educate one another. Conor Boyland, Malcolm x, and pew research
center seem to have many conflicts that exist between generations as they each try to analyze the
different causes. The conflict is that in education growing generations are more occupied in
sources like the internet, and due to evolution there's no stopping the fast tracking pace in how
people are viewing and doing things at this time.
Conor boylands issue in his article “Confessions of An Instant Messenger" he explains
how social networking controlled his life. He confessed that he was truly addicted to
facebook and instant messaging. It ruined social capacities as he said, making social
networking a way for people to communicate and meet new people without actually ever
getting to meet them. He also wrote that a poke or wave received on facebook or icing
will not replace real human communication. I see his conflict in a way that it reflects in
myself because I also go through the same things. It is impossible now these days to not even be
on a computer or internet, whether it’s on a phone, laptop, tv, gaming system, etc. it does change
the way people of younger generations communicate because you can poke somebody on
facebook hundreds of times don't actually mean that your actually saying hi at a person.
In "generation next" by pew research center there conflict is that people of the younger
generations are rapidly growing the rate of having more tattoos, piercings, being more
involved in social networking than in politics. While these results tend to be true and I
disagreed with the fact that every other generation has done the same, their surveys proved me
otherwise. Stating that now in this generation we're less affiliated with religion, were more
involved in pop... [continues]
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