Generation Gap


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Generation Gap

Fathers and Sons
Turgenev novel depicts conflicts of politics and generations. [Russ. Lit.: Benét, 341]
Pontifex, Theobald
domineering father disinherits his unworldly son. [Br. Lit.: Butler The Way of All Flesh in Magill I, 1097]
Wynne, Hugh
never wins the understanding or favor of his stern Quaker father. [Am. Lit.: Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker; Magill I, 390]
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Some students can see what I am talking about, and others just think I am an old man on the other side of the generation gap.
There are ways to bridge the generation gap, while giving recruiting and training a boost and ensuring that the knowledge of the best underwriters is preserved.
A new Northwestern University study of mentor-protege relationships has found that generation gap not only affects communication but also who mentors young mathematicians successfully and who does not.
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.
Mr Pritchard receives his honour for his work in bridging the generation gap in farming.
There was footage of the opening of the Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) temple, in Tividale, in the Christmas Day broadcast in which the Queen urged people to bridge the generation gap between the young and old and delivered a message of multi - faith tolerance.
In the Sixties, domestic disaffection deepened and even acquired a name: the generation gap.
The Children's Machine: Rethinking School in the Age of the Computer (Basic Books, 1994) Mindstorms: Children, Computers and Powerful Ideas (Basic Books, 1993); or The Connected Family: Bridging the Digital Generation Gap (Longstreet Press, 1996), by Seymour Papert.
The protest in Halabja speaks to the widening generation gap in Iraqi Kurdistan.
There might be more high-profile, high-powered programs with world leaders and dignitaries on the agenda at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, but none more important than the 40 former soldiers and 120 high school kids who closed the generation gap Monday.
The generation gap between political elites and the majority of the population who are much younger was another factor.

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