Extra para ass4 - Americans believe that our...

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Americans believe that our characteristics, skills, and attitudes are superior to those of other countries. People in America are too caught up in the materialistic wonders that the new society has provided. GenMe has taken accustomed to the fact that we are better than every other society, culture, and world. We parade around without any care for others, acting like we’re the best. GenMe believes that we are superior to the rest because of the effects that the self-esteem movement has brought, narcissism and over- confidence. Since we were little, teachers and parents and friends told us how great we were. We read things that state “You are special,” and “I’m loveable and capable” (Twenge, 485). We are turned into robots at such an early age that we don’t realize our selfishness and cockiness. The hype that we are better than everyone else is a stereotype that we make which in turn is feeding our ego. Baby Boomers, for example were taught values, self-respect, and how to appreciate the little things, the same goes for people in
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