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Gen-Z to Boomers

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John Keats once lamented that for the nightingale, unlike himself, “no hungry generations tread thee down.” This newsletter takes a slightly less poetic approach to the passage of time, and aims to provide quality articles with hard evidence on the splits between Gen-Z, Millennials, Gen X, Baby Boomers and even the Silent Generation.

Pieces every week come from a variety of sources around the world, as newer generations such as Gen-Z have become even more global phenomena than their predecessors. In addition to articles in the mainstream press, it seeks to highlight writers looking at the issues from smaller outlets delving into niche aspects of the experiences of different age cohorts. While there are a lot of articles offering their opinions about what all the generations are up to, the power of Deepnews.ai’s technology also means that the journalism selected is in-depth and quality rather than clickbait.

While the differences and similarities between generations was an interesting topic before 2020, this newsletter will also delve into how different age groups are affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Latest editions
  • Gen-Z to Boomers #11
    September 17, 2020
    • Nomadland and Boomers
    • Your teenage email account
    • Fixing senior living
    • 16-year-olds and voting
  • Gen-Z to Boomers #10
    September 11, 2020
    • "The Health Insurance Plot"
    • Different dreams
    • Sex-ed from Dolly magazine
    • I want my MTV
  • Gen-Z to Boomers #9
    September 4, 2020
    • The new teen movies
    • The Silent Generation
    • Social media in Kenya
    • Student loans 'motherhood penalty'
  • Gen-Z to Boomers #8
    August 28, 2020
    • Single and proud
    • Which generation is Harris?
    • Hard seltzer sales
    • Loneliness epidemic
  • Gen-Z to Boomers #7
    August 21, 2020
    • Inspiring Indian youth
    • Will they save the future?
    • Gen Z beauty brands
    • Boomers show decline
  • Gen-Z to Boomers #6
    August 14, 2020
    • Millennials and Kanya West
    • Gen X at 50
    • Nostalgia for in-line skates
    • Seniors and technology
  • Gen-Z to Boomers #5
    August 7, 2020
    • Living on the Internet
    • Multi-generation homes
    • Evolution of marriage in India
    • Young voters and guns
  • Gen-Z to Boomers #4
    July 31, 2020
    • Inheritance tax
    • The young and the lonely
    • Thailand youth protests
    • Which workers are security nightmare?
  • Gen-Z to Boomers #3
    July 24, 2020
    • Changing fatherhood
    • The youth vote
    • Klarna and debt
    • Recovering from COVID
  • Gen-Z to Boomers #2
    July 17, 2020
    • Ads and older adults
    • Youth Liberation Front
    • Teens and polling places
    • Youth and vaccines