A Generation of Deluded Narcissists.

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Assem Bermukhamedova
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28.02.13
Academic reading and writing I
A generation of deluded narcissists.
Each generation has their own special features. Since ancient times mankind were thinking about periods that they belong to and their participation there. Moreover, it is an open secret that almost every stretch of time, undoubtedly, influences on human’s behavior, that changes man’s description. On the grounds that, in order to escape from the confusion situations and tangles every group of people receives unique name according to the time the live in. Following this, today’s generation is not an exception to the rule. On the one hand such fixed name as “Millennials” or “Generation Y” became distinctive appellation of the group of people who born, roughly, since 1982 to 1999. However, on the other hand, in spite of established name there is another one, namely, “narcissists” which was given according to the several annual surveys which claim Millennials being more deluded narcissists in comparison with representatives of previous generations. “More students that ever before consider themselves gifted… feel super special about themselves.” (Goudreau, 2013, p.1). To begin with, the questioning, that was conducted by the US psychology professor Jean Twenge who examine approximately 16,000 university students across the United States psychological testing. According to this survey, the number of narcissist people has been raised up to 30 percent which means that quantity of men who have inflated sense of self has been doubled over the three decades. (Miller, 2011, p.1). Moreover, this research illustrates not only general conception of expression “narcissist”, but also elucidate that is not just simple spending enormous time in front mirror. Owing to this, the major part of people has an erroneous point of view on this account. As a result, people conflate narcissism and self-confidence that lead to...
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