Generácie v historickom kontexte

Karol Kasala


The article deals with a concept of generation, conceptualized by American historians William Strauss and Neil Howe. Generational cycles lasting approximately 20 years produce specific generations with different values, attitudes, lifestyles, work ethics, modes of communication, etc. Main goal of this article is to provide inventory of five generations: lost generation (born 1883-1900); G. I. generation (1900-1924); silent generation (1925-1945); baby boomers (1946-1960); and generation X (born 1961-1980). Author notes also contexts of formation of analyzed generations: roaring twenties; the Great Depression; The Fifties; counterculture of the 1960´s; MTV television as well as contexts of unique (post)modern era: globalization; information/postindustrial society; accelerated changes; fragmentation and polarization of the society.

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