About a third of American adults in Generation Z lack the money or resources needed for reliable access to nutritious food.
Through stitches, duets and green screens, Olivia Rodrigo showcases the postmodern appeal of today’s popular music
TikTok is increasingly the social media of choice for older people who enthusiastically reject socially constructed notions of old age.
Members of the key 18-to-34 demographic finds the format stale, the hosts unrelatable and the topics patronizing.
National Cliche Day is Nov. 3. So what makes a cliche a cliche? And why do we find ourselves rolling our eyes when we hear certain ones?
More and more students want their universities to lead the way on sustainability issues. But are institutions doing enough to produce industry leaders who can meet that challenge?
Viral memes and catchphrases can turn personal experiences into a political expression of shared awareness.
The survey also found that trans people who live in their affirmed gender report experiencing less stigma, anxiety and depression.
Millennials’ favourite 😂 is the latest casualty of gen z’s emoji snobbery.
A genderqueer sociologist offers tips to disrupt gender-based discrimination in childhood.
Now that Gen Z has got a taste for financial trading, the whole game has changed.
Millennials and boomers advising Biden can look for common ground on climate change, student loan debt and other key issues.
Over the past 30 years, teenagers have become more concerned with their weight and losing weight.
Gen Z is breaking stereotypes, but there are still some worrying trends when it comes to substance abuse.
The young people in this 2017 video game are unemployed or working dead end jobs or living with their parents while pondering an uncertain future. It’s a bit like life today, in a time of pandemic.
Millennials and Gen Z overwhelmingly support the movement, and consumer brands are well aware of their growing spending power.
While there have been spikes across the board, some groups are suffering more than others.
Millennials, Gen X, Baby Boomers. These generational labels are popular because of what they mean to us, even if it’s not always useful.
New research finds that the different ways boys and girls use digital technology might explain the discrepancy.
As the year winds down, we’ll get you up to speed. Plus, there’s no better way to kill a trend than to bring it up at the dinner table in front of your kids.