Generational Phenomenology

  • Lester Embree


Information from a book (by Lancaster and Stillman, 2002 – see later) about generational gaps and conflicts in American companies is used to show that there is a generational dimension to the socio-cultural lifeworld. In relation to that, some indications are offered about how attitudes toward one’s own as well as other generations can be reflectively analyzed. Other societies probably have similar differences between generations.

Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, Volume 3, Edition 1, November 2003

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