GENERATIONS & A chart comparing Generations X, Y & Z by Dr. Jan Paron for #GCRN18 #GreatCommissionResearchNetwork

by Dr. Jan Paron, 10/18/18, Great Commission Research Network annual conference, Orlando, FL, graduate of the Missional Coach program..

(bio from web) Her work reflects experience in urban ministry and leadership, diversity, strategic planning, grant writing, children and adult literacy, teaching children of poverty, differentiating instruction, and curriculum development. Currently, she is a dean and professor with the All Nations Leadership Institute. She was one of the Institute’s founding members.

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GENERATIONS & Meet Generation Z

by Amy Scott, Pew Research Marketplace

“Gen Z, or the iGeneration as some have called it, refers to those born since roughly 1995. These are kids who have never known a world without the Internet and smartphones. And they’re just starting to hit college.

Marketplace teamed up with Northeastern University to survey the latest crop of college-bound teenagers, aged 16 to 19…

Listen here … http://www.marketplace.org/node/148699/player/storyplayer

Read more at … http://www.marketplace.org/topics/education/learningcurve/meet-generation-z

PRIVACY & All Generations Increasingly Worried About Privacy & Security

Public Perceptions of Privacy and Security in the Post-Snowden Era,

by , Pew Research, 11/13/14

Privacy evokes a constellation of concepts for Americans—some of them tied to traditional notions of civil liberties and some of them driven by concerns about the surveillance of digital communications and the coming era of “big data.” While Americans’ associations with the topic of privacy are varied, the majority of adults in a new survey by the Pew Research Center feel that their privacy is being challenged along such core dimensions as the security of their personal information and their ability to retain confidentiality.

Perhaps most striking is Americans’ lack of confidence that they have control over their personal information. That pervasive concern applies to everyday communications channels and to the collectors of their information—both in the government and in corporations. For example:

Read more at … http://www.pewinternet.org/2014/11/12/public-privacy-perceptions/

GENERATIONS – Millennials

6 new findings about Millennials
from Pew Research Center

Millennials have fewer attachments to traditional political and religious institutions,but they connect to personalized networks of friends, colleagues and affinity groups through social and digital media. Half of Millennials now describe themselves as political independents and 29% are not affiliated with any religion—numbers that are at or near the highest levels of political and religious disaffiliation recorded for any generation in the last quarter-century.

Read more at … http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/03/07/6-new-findings-about-millennials/