The Entitlement Generation

The Entitlement Generation
Innovation
Adrian Lai
  • 3 october 2007

The Boston Globe writes about yet another term which has been invented to describe today’s generation. The key characteristic of “the entitlement generation” is a commanding sense of entitlement. Apparently, a study conducted by Twenge found that 24 percent of college students in 2006 showed elevated levels of narcissism compared to 15 percent in the 90’s.

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