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generation screwed

are US youth opting or being forced out of society? Presented at the Manoa Futures Symposium Nov. 2012. Published in the Journal of Futures Studies Mar. 2013 - http://www.jfs.tku.edu.tw/17-3/S07.pdf

Janet Faulkner

on 29 March 2013

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Transcript of generation screwed

Freeters -

Parasite Singles - "to pull away" lacking full time employment or is unemployed and living with parents. Hikikomori - NEET - not in education,
employment, or training Nesthocker 1000 | 600
Neither Nor | Hippy Bamboccioni Waithood 700 Generation Basement Dweller - Generation boomerang -

Twixter or Emerging Adulthood - "continues to live at home with his parent(s) and has no ambition to move out or contribute to society" living freely and financially supported by their parents. "young adults who, after having lived on their own for a time, return to live in their parental home, usually due to financial problems caused by unemployment or the high cost of living independently" economic realities demographic side effects social cohesion no job -
"since 2010, the share of young adults ages 18 to 24 currently employed (54%) has been its lowest since the government began collecting these data in 1948." Generation Screwed by Janet Faulkner How might this alter the landscape of the US? Groups:
Failed Joiners vs. Group Behavior Emerging Movements law & technology incorporated
in creative districts are US youth opting or being forced out of society?
SYMPOSIUM: http://www.jfs.tku.edu.tw/17-3/S07.pdf late entry to adulthood "In sum, the U.S. economy continues to be hampered by the lingering effects of the financial crisis on its productive potential and by a number of headwinds that have hindered the normal cyclical adjustment of the economy." Bernanke, Nov. 2012. delayed marriage
teen pregnancy
low educational attainment
low political participation - Kathrine Newman The highest unemployment rate in the US is among young black men. 2 Theories:
Adult Babies vs. Economic Transformation. Smart grid Paitrocínio divided nation reclaim or renew multiplicity infused
technology education
invest/payoff security
laws Knowledge
vs. Strength access
to entry exclude include According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there were 6 million young adults ages 25 to 34 living at home in 2011–19% of all men (up from 14% in 2005) and 10% of all women (up from 8% in 2005). Not surprisingly, the percentages are higher for young adults in the 18 to 24 age bracket, with 59% of young men and 50% of young women living with their parents in 2011. Small Town City
F/J Group
snapping mob
knock out king
pleasure killing love/belonging vs. esteem amorality defines fun
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