Gen Z debated - 25 January 2023
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Generation Z – those born since the late 1990s – are the first generation never to know the world without the internet: but what do we really know about them?
Are the stereotypes about “snowflakes”, activists, and casualties of social media just fuel for the culture wars or is there some truth here? And are generational studies divisive or worthwhile in helping us to understand society?
Join us at the Policy Institute on 25 January for Gen Z debated. The session will draw on Gen Z, Explained: The Art of Living in a Digital Age, by Linda Woodhead, Roberta Katz, Sarah Ogilvie, and Jane Shaw and Bobby Duffy’s The Generation Divide: Why We Can't Agree and Why We Should.
- Linda Woodhead, F.D. Maurice Chair in Moral and Social Theology, King’s College London
- Ruby Granger, YouTuber, writer and entrepreneur
- Khushal Yousafzai, Final Year Student of Religion, Philosophy and Ethics, King's College London and Founder of a Web3 project aiming to promote quality education
- Laura Janner-Klausner, Rabbi at Bromley Reform Synagogue and Inclusion and development coach
- Bobby Duffy, Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Policy Institute, King’s College London (Chair)
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