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Conclusion The point argument states that millennials have great qualities such as social tolerance, engagement and tech saviness and I fully agree, I also think that given time, children and responsibilities, that millennials will be calling the next generation nacissistic in no time :) References Robbins, Stephen P., Judge, Timothy A. (2019) Organizational Behavior 18th Edition, Pearson Education,Inc Amelia Wade Amelia Wade Thursday Nov 7 at 3:28am Drea, I completely agree with your thoughts. Younger people in there late teens and early to mid- twenties “ aren’t fully cooked yet.” You are correct that most areas of the brain that control personality and judgments do not fully develop until around the age of twenty-five to twenty-six. That’s why you often see teenagers and young adults making risky decisions and lacking impulse control. It hasn’t fully developed yet. On my team, I manage four different generations. My oldest is the baby boomer age; my
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youngest is generation Z, about nineteen years old. You can see the difference, but I don’t agree it is because of younger generations being narcissistic; they are just at a different stage of their lives with different priorities. Most aren’t married or have children, yet they only have to worry about themselves. As they get older and their lives change, the self-absorption will change too. Edited by Amelia Wade on Nov 7 at 10:40am Daniel Weingart Daniel Weingart Thursday Nov 7 at 10:21am Drea - Appreciated your perspective on this. I am very much a part of the Millennial generation, so it was helpful to view the debate through a different lens. As mentioned within the case, it appears that each generation goes through a period of feeling attacked by the generation that came before them. It is my hope that when it comes time for Millennials to judge the upcoming generation, we are cognizant of how we felt at this time, and more considerate of the worldview that they hold. Each wave of our citizens have to much to offer to the country! Thanks, Dan Weingart Collapse Subdiscussion Nicholas Acosta Nicholas Acosta Thursday Nov 7 at 1:05am Class, When reviewing the point and the counterpoint I agree that there is always some level of Narcissism in each generation. When looking at the millennial generation I think accountability and hard work ethic has decreased. I believe the advancement of technology is making things much easier and is a large reason why millennials can be seen as more narcissistic.
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I will have to agree with the point that millennials are more narcissistic than their parents. The millennial generation grew up with more advanced technology than their parent's generation did, which makes millennials feel more superior. When looking at education the millennial generation has a much larger number of people attending college than past generations because it is now believed to be a mandatory step to be successful. That is another reason why millennials
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