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Title:Why Gen Z is Quietly Giving Up

Why is Gen Z so depressed? And why is Gen Z quietly giving up? In this thought-provoking video essay, we'll dive deep into the challenges faced by Gen Z in the Internet Age. From the adoption of smartphones to the loss of traditional metanarratives and to the distortion caused by the digital realm, we'll explore why this generation is grappling with unprecedented feelings of hopelessness. In this video, I lean heavily on the work of Dr. Jean Twenge, Professor of Psychology at San Diego State University. Her book "Generations" is based on twenty-four datasets, some of which go back to the 1940s. They assess children, adolescents, and adults and include a staggering total of 39 million people. Nearly all of the datasets are nationally representative, meaning that respondents resemble the whole population in terms of gender, race/ethnicity, age, socioeconomic status, and region of the country. Most of the data is from the U.S., but other datasets were collected in countries around the world. If you're interested in Dr. Twenge's work or learning more about Gen Z, I've left a link to all my sources below! ▬▬ Video Chapters ▬▬ 0:00 Introduction 1:05 Chapter 1: The Problem 3:11 Why Smartphones? 5:17 Chapter 2.1: Beans 8:00 Chapter 2.2 Broken Promises 13:22 Chapter 2.3: A Bigger World 16:21 Chapter 3: A (Potential) Solution 19:26 Be Here Now ▬▬ Sources ▬▬ 1. "Generations: The Real Differences Between Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, Boomers, and Silents—and What They Mean for America's Future" by Jean M. Twenge 2. "Gen Z" by XYZ University (Sarah Sladek and Alyx Grabinger) 3. "Gen Z, Explained: The Art of Living in a Digital Age" by Roberta Katz 4. "Generation Z is Waging a Battle Against Depression, Addiction and Hopelessness" by the Walton Family Foundation 5. "Stress in America, Generation Z" by the American Psychological Association 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. "Mobile phone ownership over time" by Pew Research Center 12. 13. "Displaced Workers: Trends in the 1980s and Implications for the Future" by the United States Congressional Budget Office 14. "The Disposable American" by Louis Uchitelle 15. "Nihilism (The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series)" by Nolen Gertz ▬▬ Socials ▬▬ @ameercorro WEBSITE — INSTAGRAM — FACEBOOK — SPOTIFY — ITUNES — ▬▬ Music Credits ▬▬


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