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Elissa L. Perry, Apivat Hanvongse & Danut A. Casoinic

In: The SAGE Handbook of Aging, Work and Society

Chapter 24: Making a Case for the Existence of Generational Stereotypes: A Literature Review and Exploratory Study

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Making a Case for the Existence of Generational Stereotypes: A Literature Review and Exploratory Study
Making a case for the existence of generational stereotypes: A literature review and exploratory study
ElissaL.Perry, ApivatHanvongse and DanutA.Casoinic

Although sociologists have been interested in generational issues and differences at the national and societal levels for decades (Mannheim, 1952), only over the last two decades have scholars shown an increasing interest in the implications of generational differences for managing people at work (Parry & Urwin, 2010). Increased attention to generational issues in the workplace may be due, in part, to the fact that members of several generations now work alongside one another as a consequence of the global aging of societies, and older workers postponing retirement (Adler & Hilber, 2009; Shore, Chung-Herrera, ...

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