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    Re: What's the difference between young people of today and young people of the past?

    Quote Originally Posted by blackbeltninja View Post
    Someone mentioned entitlement above - I think the modern youth have higher sense of expectation than previously. They expect to be heard and negotiated with.....nobody in my day would have done that...


    Yes! I'll generalise and say that 'children were seen but not heard' in the Patriarchy of nineteenth century society. But I feel now we don't have a Matriarchy but an Infantocracy where the needs of children and teenagers take precedence. Culture is swamped by Pop Culture. The gender divide is disappearing.

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    Re: What's the difference between young people of today and young people of the past?

    Quote Originally Posted by blackbeltninja View Post
    Someone mentioned entitlement above - I think the modern youth have higher sense of expectation than previously. They expect to be heard and negotiated with, and refuse to accept that sometimes something is simply because someone else says so. I also think they have grown up thinking that everyone else is at fault for what goes wrong, and their problems are all the result of someone else's inadequacy.

    Case in point - I share an identical name and surname with a Physics department lecturer at the university I work at. One of the students in the Physics class sent a long, rambling Facebook message (in textspeak no less) to me, telling me how bad my Physics lectures are and how clueless I am and out of touch with their needs as students, and how I should really rethink my whole teaching strategy or otherwise I should think about finding a new career.

    1. nobody in my day would have done that. You might have gone to discuss your problems with the lecturer - and this is encouraged at the university - but certainly not facebook or email msg.
    2. and CERTAINLY not in textspeak. You're at University now, my dear, not 6th grade. How do you expect to be taken seriously?

    I wrote a firm message back to the young lady in question, telling her to pull her socks up and try harder in class. I also suggested she treat her lecturer like an adult, not like a fellow kid in her 6th grade class. Lastly, I told her she herself was at fault, for not paying more attention in class, and she should not blame the lecturer for her own laziness.

    Now I can see some of you thinking I have a lot of nerve for making these assumptions. But I'm sure I'm right about her being lazy. My reasoning? Quite simple. My FB page has a picture of me on it, a clear portrait-style picture which shows you exactly who I am - a 30-something year old scruffy white guy, with patchy facial stubble. Her lecturer - all inadequate, and clueless, and out of touch with everything - is a black woman.

    The prosecution rests, m'lud.

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    Kids were always busting the balls of grown-ups. The approach and enablement is what changed.

    It's good you put this little woman in her place. Remember to remind yourself how emotionally underdeveloped you used to be.

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    Re: What's the difference between young people of today and young people of the past?

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    Remember to remind yourself how emotionally underdeveloped you used to be.
    You got that right.

    I remember in my 1st Year at university, thinking how immature high-schoolers were when I ran into them. Then in my 3rd Year, thinking how immature the varsity freshmen were. By the time I got to my Master's, even the incoming Honours (optional 4th Year here in .za, entrance by merit only to excellent 3rd Year applicants) students who were only a year younger than me seemed out of touch and clueless.

    I should assume that those a year or two ahead of me thought the same about me.

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    Re: What's the difference between young people of today and young people of the past?

    We're more accepting of differences. ^_^ and we're also more educated. =]

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    Young people of today are jizzle jammed.


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    Re: What's the difference between young people of today and young people of the past?

    If you compare young people of today with the DISTANT past (like, say, 1870), my guess is that a youth of today, by the time they reach 15 years of age, generally know much more than somebody in the 1800's needed to learn in their entire LIFETIME.

    However, some things such as common sense or empathy are generally not taught at school, but at home, or in the very-small-class educational settings which no longer exist.
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