Start Here

If you are new to generational research, here are a few starting points for understanding how the generational cycles work.



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4 thoughts on “Start Here”

  1. I think this is very interesting, David. I’m a geneologist and have recently been studying Colonial America. I am feeling that a lot of the attitudes that are being expressed. In this technological era are reminiscent of those of our founding fathers.

    The dawn of a new era.

  2. Thank you for the interesting website. I am also a researcher and commentator on Generation X. My blog is fairly new, but I am steadily working on it. I would like to invite you to check it out! I follow Neil Howe’s work as well.

    I wish you much success and will continue to follow your blog.


    Latchkey Lisa

  3. I was born in 1979 and questioned what a man said to me

    “Generation X does not pertain to the 1980s. If a child is born in the 1980s, they are not Generation X. Generation X does not pertain to the 1980s.”

    Was this man correct or incorrect or just being offensive who I met on line or in person? Interesting comment.

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