Submission Title

Family Communication Patterns Shifting among Generations

Presenter Information

Joshua Terris, Gonzaga University

Session Number

RS2

Location

Robinson 210

Abstract Number

RS2-d

Abstract

In today's society, we lack the understanding of how to connect with people that are not our age. Communication is a something that is very hard to master and is forever changing. Each generation has advanced in life with their special way of communicating with each other that are like-minded. Throughout this research, I am going to argue, show, and prove that through communication we can better understand each other no matter the age of the person. This research will layout the foundations on how to deal with communicating better with each generations giving advice that will help grow a family relationship that matters the most. We as a society need to realize that when we all work to together we can accomplish anything, especially with the advancement of technology.

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Family Communication Patterns Shifting among Generations

Robinson 210

In today's society, we lack the understanding of how to connect with people that are not our age. Communication is a something that is very hard to master and is forever changing. Each generation has advanced in life with their special way of communicating with each other that are like-minded. Throughout this research, I am going to argue, show, and prove that through communication we can better understand each other no matter the age of the person. This research will layout the foundations on how to deal with communicating better with each generations giving advice that will help grow a family relationship that matters the most. We as a society need to realize that when we all work to together we can accomplish anything, especially with the advancement of technology.