Monday, 18 November 2013

Change and 'generation gap'

Because 'Change', of a social or mass kind. happens over a period of time or say, generations, to understand how effecting 'change' effectively happens, it is important to first dispel stereotyped understanding of words like 'generation gaps'.

As it is understood and propagated, a generation gap is related to lack or lesser numbers of effective communication channels between different generations. Understand it, instead, as "reduce the gap between generations by introducing generations to current age demand and technologies and past shortcomings" and change, instead of happening over decades, will begin to happen in years and even months. 

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