Research + News | Topic: Generational Gap
Sep 18, 2020
Do Viral Videos Really Tell You Anything About Today’s Teens?
Before social media, curious adults had to make do with dissecting the kids’ slang and fads from over their shoulders. Read the article here.
Mar 26, 2020
Teens Help Seniors Stay Engaged By Offering Tech Tutoring
Teens teach seniors how to best use technology to reach out to loved ones, which has become increasingly important while they are forced to keep distance because of national COVID-19 concerns. Read the article here.
Jan 7, 2020
What Do Teenagers Think Adults Are Missing About Technology?
Social media allows young people to explore how they express themselves, says one teenager. Read the article here.
Oct 21, 2019
‘Do You Wind It Up?’: Today’s Teens Tackle Rotary Phones, FM Radio And Map Reading
Their smartphones do everything, but can teenagers master old tech and life skills – from reading a map to setting an alarm clock? Read the article here.
Nov 9, 2017
How New Technology Shapes Each New Generation
Tim Elmore explores the different ways that each generation has been shaped by technology. Read his blog post here.
Jul 18, 2017
Youth Movement: Gen Z Boasts The Largest, Most Diverse Media Users Yet
While Millennials continue to grab headlines for their tech-savvy penchant for adopting new technologies and their unique media behaviors, the first-quarter 2017 Nielsen Total Audience Report sheds some much-needed light on the NEXT generation of consumers—Generation Z—as well as how different generations adopt and use established and nascent devices and platforms.
Read the research here.
May 4, 2017
Teens, College Students Favor Snapchat While Gen Z Spends Up To 11 Hours Per Day On Social
It may come as no surprise that Snapchat and Instagram have a solid lead over Facebook when it comes to the frequency that high school and college students use the social media channels, with young Snapchat users checking in at a rate of up to six times per day or more. Read the article here.
Jan 28, 2016
The ‘Get-It’ Gap
Kids want to speak their own language and have their own cultural reference points. We were no different when we were kids, and neither were our parents. Read the rest of the article here.