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OBSOLETE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING ?

@inproceedings{Veliki2019OBSOLETEIF,
  title={OBSOLETE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING ?},
  author={Damir Veli{\vc}ki},
  year={2019}
}
Although there is no generally accepted definition of the so-called Generation Z, this concept is used by a large number of authors for the generation of Digital Natives who grew up with the Internet and social media. As far as their age is concerned, researchers usually use the mid-1990s to mid-2000s as starting birth years. Therefore, it is about the generation involved in the current school system or which has already completed their education. Since digital media has opened up new… 

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