Generation Z: Technology and Social Interest

  title={Generation Z: Technology and Social Interest},
  author={Anthony Turner},
  journal={The Journal of Individual Psychology},
  pages={103 - 113}
  • A. Turner
  • Published 19 July 2015
  • Business
  • The Journal of Individual Psychology
The article explores Generation Z, its special relationship with technology and social media, and its values, as well as how this generation may form and practice social interest. The author shares recommendations for parents, teachers, and clinicians. 
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