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Joyce McHenry English 101 Cleveland Compare-Contrast Growing up in the 90’s v. Growing up in the 21 st Century Growing up in the early 90’s, I remember going outside until the outside lights came on and just running around like crazy playing tag, hide-and-seek, even playing with dolls outside. Today, it seems like with parents engaging more in work and less in their children’s life, not only are children being much more pampered, but they’re also being let to stay inside and playing with their brand-new X-Box or Playstation. So how do children still seem to pan out to essentially go along the same growth pattern, despite enormous differences? That’s an easy answer, they’re still kids. As parents are working more and staying home with their children less, the upbringing of children change. With more money being in the home, the children are afforded more luxuries such as all the newest technology such as new computers, TVs in the bedroom, video games, cell phones, and the list just goes on. In the 90’s, you would
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Cleveland during the Spring '06 term at Mesa CC.

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