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What are the differences between Generation X and the Millennial Generation? This deck explores the competing binary narratives between these successive generations as manifested in movies, TV shows, …

What are the differences between Generation X and the Millennial Generation? This deck explores the competing binary narratives between these successive generations as manifested in movies, TV shows, and popular music.

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  • 1. Derrida and Why He Matters slidesha.re/GENX-GENY
  • 2. Deconstruct to Instruct! slidesha.re/GENX-GENY
  • 3. History doesn’t repeat, but it does rhyme slidesha.re/GENX-GENY
  • 4. More than One Binary! Man slidesha.re/GENX-GENY
  • 5. About those Generations <ul><li>Boomers: 1946 – 1953 58 – 65 yrs old </li></ul><ul><li>Jonesers: 1954 – 1965 46 – 57 yrs old </li></ul><ul><li>Xers: 1966 – 1977 34 – 45 yrs old </li></ul><ul><li>Millennials 1978 – 1990 21 – 33 yrs old </li></ul>slidesha.re/GENX-GENY
  • 6. Generational Binaries slidesha.re/GENX-GENY Spiderman Batman Superman Extreme Defeated Nihilistic Splintered Vengeance Post/Missed/Nostalgic Extrinsic Opacity/ Surface Gen X Intense All-in Savvy Crusading Cooperative Individualistic Collaborative Cohesive Responsibility Justice Futurist / hopeful Historic Intrinsic Inherent Layered / Depth Transparent Millennial Boomers/Jones
  • 7. slidesha.re/GENX-GENY Opacity/ Surface Gen X 1989 Layered / Depth Transparent Millennial 2001 Boomers/Jones 1978
  • 8. slidesha.re/GENX-GENY Extrinsic Gen X Intrinsic Inherent Millennial Boomers/Jones
  • 9. slidesha.re/GENX-GENY Post/Missed/Nostalgic Gen X Futurist / hopeful Historic Millennial Boomers/Jones
  • 10. slidesha.re/GENX-GENY Vengeance Gen X Responsibility Justice Millennial Boomers/Jones
  • 11. slidesha.re/GENX-GENY Splintered Gen X Collaborative Cohesive Millennial Boomers/Jones
  • 12. slidesha.re/GENX-GENY Nihilistic Gen X Cooperative Individualistic Millennial Boomers/Jones
  • 13. slidesha.re/GENX-GENY Defeated Gen X Savvy Crusading Millennial Boomers/Jones
  • 14. slidesha.re/GENX-GENY Extreme Gen X Intense All-in Millennial Boomers/Jones
  • 15. Generation X in politics slidesha.re/GENX-GENY
  • 16. Generation X in economics slidesha.re/GENX-GENY
  • 17. Generation X in culture slidesha.re/GENX-GENY
  • 18. Millennials in politics slidesha.re/GENX-GENY
  • 19. Millennials in economics slidesha.re/GENX-GENY
  • 20. Millennials in culture slidesha.re/GENX-GENY

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