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generation gap

The difference of opinions and attitudes, especially in relation to social changes and politics, that develop as each generation changes from the one before it. Attitudes toward gay marriage reflects a clear generation gap on the issue today.
See also: gap, generation

generation gap

A broad difference in values and attitudes between one generation and another, especially between parents and their children. For example, There's a real generation gap in their choice of music, restaurants, clothing-you name it . [1960s"
See also: gap, generation
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Back in 2006 -- when the generation gap was pronounced deceased by New York Magazine (and a year before Jonah from Tonga was shown on Australian television to an accepting public) -- words associated with this movement such as no-platforming, the use of "a violence" as a verb, and woke as an adjective, microaggression, and cisgender heterosexual either did not exist, or had not entered the mainstream.
Only in this way, gradually generation gap can be finished.
Suddenly, the main causes of the generation gap were made to disappear.
The ever widening generation gap and the resulting need for skilled manpower highlight the urgency of deploying the vast skill pool of the upcoming female generation, said the experts.
And as they do and the generation gap in the makeup of underwriters widens, the industry needs to capture the experience and best practices of senior underwriters to both train and empower junior underwriters.
Washington, June 3 (ANI): The generation gap is for real, and it matters.
But what about the generation gap created when younger workers dive into the labor pool?
is a new family entertainment show on Sky channel Watch, where celebrities and children celebrate the humour and bewilderment of Britain's generation gap.
Here is a child only beginning to talk, revealing that the seeds of the next generation gap have already been planted.
THERE was a time when the so- called " generation gap" was about 20- 25 years.
BOOMERS: THE COLD-WAR GENERATION GROWS UP offers a chronicle of newborn children during the period between the end of World War II and the close of the 1960s, analyzing how the influence on children of a new American pop culture monitored by adults contributed to the growing 'generation gap' of later years.
County councillor John Vereker said the scheme had bridged the generation gap by enabling older people to "keep up" with their grandchildren.
"Work with Me: A New Lens on Leading the Multigenerational Workforce" is a guide for business leaders who are faced with dealing with the generation gap within their own companies.
Conscious of the fairly sizeable generation gap between him and his trendier younger hosts, Bazza admitted he might not be as cutting edge as their audience were used to and, moreover, that he was going a bit deaf in his dotage.
So I'm used to reaching across the generation gap."
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