Why Do Young Adults Seem Stuck?eBook - 2012
The twenties crossroads
Love and marriage
Brain and body
Friendship in real life
Parents as co-adults
What's different, and why it matters
Appendix: the questionnaire
From the critics
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In this mother-daughter book, the authors explore what it means to be young today. Back in 2010 Robin Marantz published an article in the New York Times, “What Is It About 20-Somethings?” that questioned the idea that those in their twenties seemed to be experiencing an extended childhood the likes that we have never seen before. The article generated a debate between the millennials and Baby Boomers: are those in their twenties today all that different from the Baby Boomers that came of age in the 1980s? At first glance, it may seem that today’s young adults are very different – they are growing up in a tough economic market, jobs are scarce and it seems that more and more are moving back home after graduation, perpetuating the myth that today’s young adults just don’t want to grow up. Twentysomething compiles research on both of these generations and demonstrates that the apparent differences between the generations may not be all that it appears.
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