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America's Generations with Chuck Underwood Series

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Ch. Title Description # Day Date Time Length RPT CC DVS AD MD
36.1 The Boomers Generational scholar Chuck Underwood explores the fascinating topic of generational dynamics. He highlights the unique talents and contributions of Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and Millennials to American life. He reveals how the Boomers came of age during a golden age for kids and molded generational core values of idealism, optimism, patriotism, empowerment, engagement, and uncommon work ethic. (1 of 3)
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101 WE 09/10/14 05:00am 00:56:55 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 Generation X Chuck Underwood entertains and enlightens with the fascinating topic of generational dynamics. He "connects the dots," explaining why and how each generation's formative years molded the unique and powerful core values that guide their consumer choices, career decisions, lifestyle preferences, relationships and personal behavior. He explores the experience of Generation X'ers, including family units breaking down, leaders and heroes lying, America’s education system faltering, and the nation’s first widespread Latchkey Kids growing up in survival mode and developing generational core values of individualism, self-reliance, survival of the fittest, skepticism, cynicism, and a healthy distrust of elders and our nation’s major institutions. (2 of 3)
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102 TH 09/11/14 05:00am 00:56:59 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 The Millennials During the Technology Revolution, Millennials have come of age, been nurtured, coddled and protected by extreme over parenting. Many have a flawed sense of entitlement and have unrealistic expectations. But this generation has lots of Boomer in them, which makes sense because many of them have Boomer parents. They're idealistic, empowered, and engaged. Chuck Underwood explores how they are permanently re-defining how to live life in one’s 20’s: Extended Adolescence. (3 of 3)
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103 FR 09/12/14 05:00am 00:56:45 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 The Boomers Generational scholar Chuck Underwood explores the fascinating topic of generational dynamics. He highlights the unique talents and contributions of Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and Millennials to American life. He reveals how the Boomers came of age during a golden age for kids and molded generational core values of idealism, optimism, patriotism, empowerment, engagement, and uncommon work ethic. (1 of 3)
WEB LINK
101 MO 09/15/14 03:00am 00:56:55 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 Generation X Chuck Underwood entertains and enlightens with the fascinating topic of generational dynamics. He "connects the dots," explaining why and how each generation's formative years molded the unique and powerful core values that guide their consumer choices, career decisions, lifestyle preferences, relationships and personal behavior. He explores the experience of Generation X'ers, including family units breaking down, leaders and heroes lying, America’s education system faltering, and the nation’s first widespread Latchkey Kids growing up in survival mode and developing generational core values of individualism, self-reliance, survival of the fittest, skepticism, cynicism, and a healthy distrust of elders and our nation’s major institutions. (2 of 3)
WEB LINK
102 MO 09/15/14 04:00am 00:56:59 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 The Millennials During the Technology Revolution, Millennials have come of age, been nurtured, coddled and protected by extreme over parenting. Many have a flawed sense of entitlement and have unrealistic expectations. But this generation has lots of Boomer in them, which makes sense because many of them have Boomer parents. They're idealistic, empowered, and engaged. Chuck Underwood explores how they are permanently re-defining how to live life in one’s 20’s: Extended Adolescence. (3 of 3)
WEB LINK
103 MO 09/15/14 05:00am 00:56:45 (RPT) (CC) × ST