Title

Millennials and Moral Panic in the United States and Beyond

Published In

Sociological Perspectives

Document Type

Citation

Publication Date

6-1-2020

Abstract

There have been numerous discourses around millennials and some of them may sound worrisome. To discuss millennials and moral panic, this study looks at three different areas (i.e., criminal justice, teaching at higher education institutions, and transitions to adulthood in South Korea) with some issues pertinent to millennials and younger generations faced in society currently. Drawing on a wide range of the literature, this study attempts to recognize unique characteristics of our younger generations, to find ways to better understand them using multiple angles, and to identify reasons why we should stay hopeful about the future. Our society will continue to change, often in unpredictable ways, and there will always be a new generation on the horizon. Efforts should be made to work with younger generations, learning from each other and finding ways to work together.

Description

Copyright © 2020 Sage

DOI

10.1177/0731121420919590

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/33445

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