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This is a discussion on '95 and '96: Separate generations? within the Generation Z Forum forums, part of the The Generations category; I read very little in this thread so my apologies if it was said before: In due time , I ...

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    I read very little in this thread so my apologies if it was said before:

    In due time , I think both Gen Y and Gen Z will be its own super generation just like " the greatest generation " or baby boomers.

    In the sense that what we perceive as differences, once we age seem like total similarities

    So in your case with these people living inbetween both of the generations , could be transitional of this theory.
    Last edited by backdrop12; 01-28-2016 at 07:19 PM. Reason: Post is terrible at explaining . Hope I did my best
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    Quote Originally Posted by backdrop12 View Post
    I read very little in this thread so my apologies if it was said before:

    In due time , I think both Gen Y and Gen Z will be its own super generation just like " the greatest generation " or baby boomers. As we age , we notice that what we usually perceive to be differences , start to become similarities. so saying that you could be living in generations could be that type of transition.
    Are you sure? Apart from things like September 11, 2001 the technology changes in the last 20 years have been rapid.

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    I was born in August 1995 so was in the same class as people born in late 1994. There is definitely no difference - we all have the same childhood memories and grew up with the same level of technology and the same level of awareness.

    Likewise, I was only a few weeks away from being in the same class as early-mid 1996 borns, and there's no difference there either. The changes are not sudden or drastic - it's very gradual. My cousin was born in April 1996 and we watched the same TV shows and played with the same toys and had the same cultural references.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oreocheesecake View Post
    I was born in August 1995 so was in the same class as people born in late 1994. There is definitely no difference - we all have the same childhood memories and grew up with the same level of technology and the same level of awareness.

    Likewise, I was only a few weeks away from being in the same class as early-mid 1996 borns, and there's no difference there either. The changes are not sudden or drastic - it's very gradual. My cousin was born in April 1996 and we watched the same TV shows and played with the same toys and had the same cultural references.
    I agree. I find it hard to believe there would be a difference between 94 and 95 babies.
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    I think it depends on which country you live in and conditions surrounding it.

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    To be fair, I'm guessing most of the people who use 1995 as the cutoff just do it because it's a nice, clean, rounded-up (or in some cases rounded-down) number. It's also why some people say early 2000s are 2000-2005 - because it's a nice round-looking number, regardless of the fact that 2004-2005 didn't really feel like the previous years.

    When it comes to *every* decade, people tend to use -5 as the "cutoff year", even if 76 or 74 was more of a cutoff. For example, on Twitter I've heard people say "anyone born after 1985 is a tw*t who doesn't know what rotary phones are", and my parents have said "The 60s didn't really end until after 1975"*

    *I've never heard an odder statement in my life. An album like Dark Side of the Moon, released 1973, does not at all resemble that of Piper of the Gates of Dawn, released 1967. The 70s had gotten their identity down pretty early into the decade.
    Last edited by Abacab333; 09-25-2016 at 11:05 AM.


     
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