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  1. Week 1: Introduction 3 items
  2. Week 2: The Google Generation? The App Generation? The Digital Generation? 6 items
    1. Supplementary Reading 2 items
  3. Week 3: Intergenerational Conflict 1: Youth Cultures 4 items
    1. Supplementary Reading 2 items
      1. Twenty-Something v. Thirty-Something Women - Meredith Nash, Ruby Grant 02/11/2015

        Article Further Reading

  4. Week 4: Theorising the Self 6 items
    1. Autoethnography: An Overview - Carolyn Ellis 2010

      Article Core Reading

    2. Living the Crisis through Ten Moments - Ben Carrington

      Document Core Reading

    3. Supplementary Reading 1 item
    4. Familiar stranger: a life between two islands - Stuart Hall 2017

      Book 

  5. Week 5: Intergenerational Conflict 2: Millennials v. Babyboomers 6 items
    1. Supplementary Reading 4 items
      1. Global generations: social change in the twentieth century - June Edmunds, Bryan S. Turner 12/2005

        Article Further Reading

  6. Week 6: Self-representation 7 items
    1. CHOOSE ONE ARTICLE TO READ AND DISCUSS IN CLASS 6 items
  7. Week 8: Family, Lifecycle, Becoming Adult 7 items
    1. Neoliberalism - Julie A. Wilson 2018

      Book Core Reading

    2. Supplementary Reading 2 items
      1. Digital generations: children, young people, and new media - David Buckingham, Rebekah Willett 2006 (electronic resource)

        Book 

  8. Week 9: Age and Aging 5 items
    1. Supplementary Reading 2 items
  9. Week 10: Time, The Hip Hop Generation and Digital Activism 4 items
    1. The hip-hop generation fights back: youth, activism, and post-civil rights politics - Andreana Clay, ProQuest (Firm) c2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Reading

    2. Supplementary Reading 1 item
  10. Week 11: Futures: Climate Change and Queer Generations 3 items
    1. Supplementary Reading 1 item
      1. Thinking generations - Jonathan White 06/2013

        Article Further Reading