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Generation of people born between the mid 1990s and early 2010s

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COURAGEOUS PARENTING
“One Month Married with Austin & Karaline Tolpin”

COURAGEOUS PARENTING

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 50:19


Special guests Austin and Karaline Tolpin share their short engagement story while giving wisdom about dating. It's sure to inspire Generation Z in their approach to dating and marriage in a Biblical way. For parents of young kids, this will help you hone your vision, if they are older it will help you with practical insights now. Regardless, everyone will be inspired by their desire to obey God in their relationship. At the end they give reflections on the first month of marriage. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM.

Sum It Up With The Sumners
Simple Solutions: Relationship Advice #7

Sum It Up With The Sumners

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 32:16


In this episode, we get into one of our favorite type of episodes-- SIMPLE SOLUTIONS!! We hit the interwebs to find folks desiring and seeking relational support, so we share our solutions with brevity. Always a good time!! Turn us up, and if you have a moment-- FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @sumitupsumners. Like, comment, and SHARE! Your support means so much. Enjoy the episode.  ALL links: https://linktr.ee/admin*Sponsors*Beautiful Briny Sea: https://www.beautifulbrinysea.com/

Footnotes with Foothill Church
Episode 52: Gen Z

Footnotes with Foothill Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 32:25


Students Minister Bryan Martinez leads the conversation on Generation Z with three of our very own Gen Z-ers at Foothill Church.

The 1 Dollar Apologist
Episode 190: Thanksgiving with Generation Z

The 1 Dollar Apologist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 59:50


Thanksgiving of 2021 I had the opportunity to sit down with 10 young people from Generation Z (8 of them who grew up in the church - and 2 who did not) and have a discussion about the challenges of church life and influences from outside of the church. It should be noted that most of these young people attended a public school and a Christian youth group at the same time. And while some of them had different challenges, you'll see that most of them feel strongly about similar challenges that they have experienced. Seven out of the ten young people are family to me and I'm very proud of who they are and how candid they were about what they considered to be the good, the bad and the ugly of growing up in the church. Enjoy.

Truth or Theory
Ep #96 - Thankful for Dillons

Truth or Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 127:17


On this Thanksgiving episode, E Willy is joined by his long lost son, Dillons. They talk about their opinions on strip clubs, Generation Z growing up with Pornography, Bigfoot, NPC theory, Religious paths and some of the most controversial discussions to be brought up on this podcast so far. It's all in fun but avoid this episode if you're sensitive! .They also randomly mention what they're thankful for! Enjoy!..Don't forget to head over to our Patreon page!  If you want to become a member (Rabbit Chaser) it's only $4 a month for exclusive bonus content!.Follow the links below to support the Truth or Theory Podcast!..http://www.truehempscience.com/​​​​.https://blackoxygenorganics.com/​​​​​.https://www.buymeacoffee.com/truthort....https://www.instagram.com/jengy4truth/.https://instagram.com/totjp?igshid=1e....https://www.instagram.com/realewilly/....​https://www.youtube.com/c/TruthorTheo....https://tspstores.com/collections/tot...Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=787204)Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=787204)

The Mutual Audio Network
Generation Z: Ch 7: The Summit part 2(112421)

The Mutual Audio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 33:03


Kevin and Mr. Hobbes arrive in LZ1. The Summit commences in the ballroom of the Consular Capital. Capt. Roberts, Lt. Ramsay, and George are hot on the heels of Samantha and Nick.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sum It Up With The Sumners
The Thanksgiving Episode

Sum It Up With The Sumners

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 34:28


In this episode, we talk all things THANKSGIVING! What's the best food that's mandatory for, how did our upbringing impact our view of this holiday, how carrying on traditions carry so much weight and so much more!!!  Turn us up, and if you have a moment-- FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @sumitupsumners. Like, comment, and SHARE! Your support means so much. Enjoy the episode.  ALL links: https://linktr.ee/admin*Sponsors*Beautiful Briny Sea: https://www.beautifulbrinysea.com/

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
First Things: A Teacher of Generation Z

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


On this episode, Jeremy S. Adams joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, “Hollowed Out: A Warning About America’s Next Generation.”

First Things Podcast
A Teacher of Generation Z

First Things Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 36:00


On this episode, Jeremy S. Adams joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, "Hollowed Out: A Warning About America's Next Generation."

Push Talks
Push 15: Young Entrepreneurs, Building Generational Wealth

Push Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 22:23


To my inspiring entrepreneurs, this month is for you!! Michelle Makayi is our next guest to share her journey on our young entrepreneurship series! Michelle was born in Zimbabwe and moved to the United States with her family at the age of 15. Michelle is a 24 year old entrepreneur who owns an online business called Blac Reina where she sells her handmade blankets and fashion accessories. She is multi gifted in arts and crafts; she draws, does canvas paintings, and plays the keyboard at her home church . Michelle is  a YouTube blogger and podcaster whose goal is to motivate and encourage young women to find their identity in a world that is full of many pressures. She is also the Founder of Young Catalysts, a forum she created for young people in the diaspora to make a positive impact on their communities and never forget where they came from. Lets support our Young talent, listen now! To find out more about Push Talks Podcast guest and your Push Strategist, visit:Push Strategist WebsiteListen to Michelle on Apple podcast "For my bad girls" and shop her store at https://blacreina.com.Follow Push Talks Podcast for past episodes and follow your Push Strategist Ose Sesay to help you push towards your purpose! InstagramFacebookYouTubeLinkedInPssss...Don't get to take a moment and write us a review on Apple Podcast and subscribe to our YouTube Channel (Push Talks Podcast).© 2021 Push Strategist LLC. All rights reserved. Music by ℗  2021 Jerne Music Group. All rights reserved

Consumer Choice Radio
EP98: Smart Conservative Cannabis Legalization (w/ Rep. Nancy Mace) + Antitrust tech policy (w/ Kirti Nuthi)

Consumer Choice Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 49:12


We review the "lockdown for the unvaccinated" in Austria, the upcoming radio broadcast and trip to Venice, Italy, and recap David's trip to Albany to testify at the New York State Assembly on electric vehicles and dealer franchise laws! INTERVIEW: U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-South Carolina) joins Consumer Choice Radio to discuss her bill (the STATES Reform Act), that would legalize and regulate cannabis throughout the United States.  https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/5977 — An debrief on Nancy Mace's story  — Working at Waffle House  — Why now is the time for Congress to legalize cannabis — Cannabis is already legal in many states. It's time for a federal system  — Regulate cannabis like alcohol and it can conform to our existing laws  — How a Republican bill differs from Democratic legalization: taxes, regulations, and states' rights — States will have a right to choose  — It will become a bipartisan bill as it includes criminal justice reforms  — Inflation, taxation, and questions on the border INTERVIEW: Kirti Nuthi is Public Affairs Manager at Netchoice and a contributor at Young Voices. —Antitrust battles will heat back up —Competition, not the federal government, should determine the winner —Generation Z and their use of social media apps —What can we be hopeful about when it comes to Internet regulation? Broadcast on Consumer Choice Radio on November 20, 2021. Syndicated on Sauga 960AM and Big Talker 106.7FM. Website: https://consumerchoiceradio.com ***PODCAST***  Podcast Index: https://bit.ly/3EJSIs3 Apple: http://apple.co/2G7avA8  Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3iXIKIS Our podcast is now Podcasting 2.0 compliant! Listen to the show using a #Bitcoin lightning wallet-enabled podcasting app (Breeze, Fountain, etc.) to directly donate to the show using the Bitcoin lightning network (stream those sats!).  More information on that here: https://podcastindex.org/apps  Produced by the Consumer Choice Center.  Music: Late Night Special  https://open.spotify.com/artist/6fgRKwb0Mwg0Q2IsAKWI9J Richard Durana  https://open.spotify.com/artist/1QBalIH9bK3h7ZQYFrca3Z #cannabis #legalize #nancymace Support us: https://consumerchoicecenter.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Mutual Audio Network
Generation Z: Ch 7: The Summit part 1(111721)

The Mutual Audio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 26:11


President Knox arrives at Living Zone 1 for the summit with Ambassador Gorman where they are met by Consul Nathaniel, Vice-Consul Calhoun, and Dr. Meighan. Samantha, Mrs. Cooper and Nick are picked up by Sherrif Dietz and taken to Mayor Schumacher in DZ6 Porterville. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Construction Genius
ConstructReach: How to Tap Today's Diverse Workforce and Secure Your Future

Construction Genius

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 42:33


Generation Z is the most ethnically diverse generation the United States has ever seen. Tapping into this pool of talent will be essential for your business's progress in the next 15-20 years.   Paul Robinson — the founder and CEO of ConstructReach — a company that focuses on diversifying the construction industry, is here with us today to explore diversity, and why it's important to your company's success.   Some of the highlights of our discussion include:   How leadership and construction companies can drive diversity initiatives,   How construction companies can sustain this over a period of time,   Some of the roadblocks to diversity and how to overcome those,   And many more.   Get some fresh perspective from today's conversation with Paul. Understand the issues and challenges around diversity that construction companies are currently facing and how you can overcome them!   Discussion Points:   0:00 Introduction   2:55 Paul's background   4:31 Paul's journey towards ConstructReach   6:49 The reason behind the lack of diversity in construction   8:22 The business case for diversity   9:33 Strategies to apply if you want your construction company to be successful in terms of diversification   10:59 What are the schools' roles in terms of promoting the diversification initiative?   13:29 Trends on shop emphasis vs having our heads up in the technology cloud   15:19 How construction companies build relationships with schools so they can tap into the vast pool of talent afterwards   17:24 Sustaining a diverse workforce   22:17 Persuading construction leaders into hiring a diverse workforce   25:35 Stop jumping on the bandwagon with your marketing   28:15 Closing in on the generation gap   30:06 What ConstructReach does for general contractors and subcontractors   30:56 The importance of the onboarding piece   32:29 The difference between a successful company in terms of diversification and the not-so-successful one   33:18 How Paul helps construction companies overcome the challenges of diversification   34:06 Definition of small wins in the context of a diversity initiative   35:29 Setting specific diversity goals in a construction company   36:28 Paul talks about ConstructReach and what they do as a company   38:18 First steps you need to take if you're looking at diversifying your workforce     About Our Guest:   Paul Robinson joined the Target Corporation in 2006 and quickly rose to become a Construction Project Manager. In 2012, he, his wife, and growing family, decided to move home to be tangible examples in their St. Louis, MO community. In 2015, construction leadership at Target reached out to Paul with a proposition: assistance in ensuring the construction pipeline stays filled with competent employees and increasing the diversity of those employees. Paul founded ConstructReach in May 2018 — a construction industry workforce development initiative and consultancy that seeks to increase the visibility of the construction industry by educating students about career opportunities within construction, connecting general contractors to interns, employees, and internship curriculum, and creating content, experiences, and a social network to expose a diverse population to sustainable construction careers. ConstructReach works with students, educators, high school counselors, large brands, and general contractors throughout the country to ensure they have the information and connections they need to facilitate the longevity of a new, more diverse construction industry. ConstructReach is currently adding general contractors, and expanding brands to its network.   Resources: Restaurant Recommendations:   Imo's Pizza: https://www.imospizza.com/   Sugarfire: https://sugarfiresmokehouse.com/   Do Your Project Executives Need to Become Better Leaders?   Book a 10-minute call with Eric Anderton to see if/how he can help (https://10minutes.youcanbook.me/)   Connect with Paul Robinson/ConstructReach:   Paul Robinson - LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-robinson-a528151a/)   ConstructReach - LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/constructreach/)   Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/constructreach/)   Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/constructreach/)   Twitter (https://twitter.com/ConstructReach)   Website (https://constructreach.com/)   Connect with me on LinkedIn. For more podcast episodes, you may also visit my website. Tune in and subscribe to the Construction Genius: A Leadership Master-Class Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher.   Thank you for tuning in!

Sum It Up With The Sumners
Handling Stress and Anxiety

Sum It Up With The Sumners

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 25:16


In this episode, we talk about the importance of dealing with anxiety and stress, especially when in a relationship. How does stress impact our relationships + what makes stress hard to handle + ways to handle stress effectively and so much more!!!  Turn us up, and if you have a moment-- FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @sumitupsumners. Like, comment, and SHARE! Your support means so much. Enjoy the episode.  ALL links: https://linktr.ee/admin*Sponsors*Beautiful Briny Sea: https://www.beautifulbrinysea.com/

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 9a - Inside Britney Spears' Conservatorship & 'Foodie Friday' with Neil Saavedra

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 28:53


Bill Handel talks about Britney Spears' conservatorship coming to an end. Also, there's a 'high' that's killing millenials and the Gen Z population when it comes to becoming TikTok famous. The Fork Reporter Neil Saavedra joins the show for this week's edition of 'Food Friday'. He and Bill talk about what drive-in restaurants used to look like in their heyday, and Subway is under fire yet again for their tuna.

The Family Beacon
Greatest Hits from the Family Beacon | S1 E17

The Family Beacon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 32:04


As a celebration of 16 great episodes, the Family Beacon this week shares some of our greatest hits. These are some of our best-performing clips that have helped make the Family Beacon such a success, such as our discussion of the spiritual hollowing-out facing Generation Z, and the link between abortion and satanism. Remember to get MFC's updates by going to mfc.org/subscribe.

Teacher Answers
S2|EP 61 Gen Z!! Part 1: The strengths of Gen Z

Teacher Answers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 21:35


I asked over a hundred high school juniors and seniors, "What are the strengths and weaknesses of your generation -Generation Z? This episode will go over the strengths of generation Z in the words of actual teenagers. This will be continued in the following episode with the weaknesses. If you are interested in looking inside the head of current kids this series is for you. Strengths 1. Knowledge of Tech 2. Can learn fast if they try, everything is at their fingertips 3. Accepting of things, not in the normal and other people's diversities. People my age that have not been exposed to things may believe it's wrong. 4. More open to who they really are. 5. Multitaskers 6. Less Brutal - meaning more sensitive 7. Good communicators. 8. More worldly than gen x - Exposed online through other viewpoints from a variety of countries and backgrounds. 9. Flexible with learning. 10. Creative with content

Push Talks
Push 15: Young Entrepreneurs, Building Generational Wealth

Push Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 23:53


To my young inspiring entrepreneurs, this month is for you! Welcome our first young entrepreneur Aaliyah Duah! Aaliyah is an 18-year-old sophomore from Brooklyn, New York studying Business Management at Virginia State University. Aaliyah is passionate about building generational wealth in the black community and strongly believes that the pathway to doing so is through teaching financial literacy. Her business, Financial Revolutionn, is a platform created to expose people to basic financial literacy terms and concepts, investing tips, and the importance of building generational wealth in the black community. Also, Aaliyah has published an eBook, The Blueprint for Investing Vol. 1, that educates readers on the fundamentals of investing, investing resources, stock market tips, and other concepts relating to financial literacy. Let's get our coins together with Aaliyah!!To find out more about Push Talks Podcast guest and your Push Strategist, visit:Push Strategist WebsiteFind Aaliyah on IG at @FinancialRevolutionn and her website at https://financialrevolutionn.com/Follow Push Talks Podcast for past episodes and follow your Push Strategist Ose Sesay to help you push towards your purpose! InstagramFacebookYouTubeLinkedInPssss...Don't get to take a moment and write us a review on Apple Podcast and subscribe to our YouTube Channel (Push Talks Podcast).© 2021 Push Strategist LLC. All rights reserved. Music by ℗  2021 Jerne Music Group. All rights reserved

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 9a - School Surveillance is Counterintuitive & Handel and The House Whisperer

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 27:19


Bill Handel talks about how school surveillance of students via laptops may be doing more harm than good. Also, some Generation Z job applicants are scrubbing campus political activism from their resumes because the people doing the hiring simply aren't interested anymore. Dean Sharp joins the show for the back half of the segment for this week's edition of Handel and The House Whisperer. He and Handel talk disclose the secret to being a great holiday host.

The Mutual Audio Network
Generation Z: Ch 6: Dead on Arrival(111021)

The Mutual Audio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 39:43


Leanne must make decisions as a zombie. Samantha's Mom must make decisions as a zombie. George must make decisions about the human and zombie he loves. President Knox struggles between uniting a nation and caring for Marie. Life Guards turned zombie choose immolation. Capt. Roberts is ready to turn up the volume. Danton gets disturbing information. We meet Senator Michaels and Lieutenant Ramsay. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Takeaway
Are Millennials Afraid of Gen Z in the Workplace? 2021-11-09

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 45:52


Are Millennials Afraid of Gen Z in the Workplace? There are at least four generations now in the workplace: Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z. Last week in one of The Takeaways editorial meetings, a producer brought up a recent New York Times Article by Emma Goldberg titled “The 37-Year-Olds Are Afraid of the 23-Year-Olds Who Work for Them.” And it got our team talking about generational differences in the workplace. We asked our listeners if they felt a generational divide in their workplaces and then we interrogated the idea of generations and whether they're really affecting workplace dynamics with Lindsey Pollak, a career and workplace expert, author of the book “The Remix: How to Lead and Succeed in the Multigenerational Workplace,” and a proud gen-Xer. International Travel To US Open Again Amid A Wave of Flight Cancellations After 20 months of an international travel ban because of the pandemic, the Biden administration is opening up travel into the U.S. for tourists from more than 30 countries. That includes visitors coming from South Africa, Brazil, China, the United Kingdom and more. Here to discuss mass cancellations and what to expect during holiday travel is CNBC airlines reporter Leslie Josephs.  Behind the Fight to Reinstate Parole in Illinois Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Ford Foundation Professor of History, Race and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School, and journalist Ben Austen co-host the podcast “Some of My Best Friends Are.” They joined The Takeaway to discuss a recent episode of their show examining systems of parole in and outside the United States. For transcripts, see individual segment pages. 

The Takeaway
Are Millennials Afraid of Gen Z in the Workplace? 2021-11-09

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 45:52


Are Millennials Afraid of Gen Z in the Workplace? There are at least four generations now in the workplace: Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z. Last week in one of The Takeaways editorial meetings, a producer brought up a recent New York Times Article by Emma Goldberg titled “The 37-Year-Olds Are Afraid of the 23-Year-Olds Who Work for Them.” And it got our team talking about generational differences in the workplace. We asked our listeners if they felt a generational divide in their workplaces and then we interrogated the idea of generations and whether they're really affecting workplace dynamics with Lindsey Pollak, a career and workplace expert, author of the book “The Remix: How to Lead and Succeed in the Multigenerational Workplace,” and a proud gen-Xer. International Travel To US Open Again Amid A Wave of Flight Cancellations After 20 months of an international travel ban because of the pandemic, the Biden administration is opening up travel into the U.S. for tourists from more than 30 countries. That includes visitors coming from South Africa, Brazil, China, the United Kingdom and more. Here to discuss mass cancellations and what to expect during holiday travel is CNBC airlines reporter Leslie Josephs.  Behind the Fight to Reinstate Parole in Illinois Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Ford Foundation Professor of History, Race and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School, and journalist Ben Austen co-host the podcast “Some of My Best Friends Are.” They joined The Takeaway to discuss a recent episode of their show examining systems of parole in and outside the United States. For transcripts, see individual segment pages. 

Sum It Up With The Sumners
Simple Solutions: Relationship Advice #6

Sum It Up With The Sumners

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 31:11


In this episode, we deliver another installment of SIMPLE SOLUTIONS!! After searching the interwebs, we handout new solutions with simplicity. It's one of our favorite type of episodes so turn us up, and if you have a moment-- FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @sumitupsumners. Like, comment, and SHARE! Your support means so much. Enjoy the episode.  ALL links: https://linktr.ee/admin*Sponsors*Beautiful Briny Sea: https://www.beautifulbrinysea.com/

Start the Week
Internet influencers and generation gaps

Start the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 42:13


At times it can feel as though we're in the middle of a generational war, with the baby boomers battling the much maligned post-millennials. But in Generations the Director of The Policy Institute at King's College London, Bobby Duffy explores just how far when we're born determines our attitudes to money, sex, politics and much else. He tells Andrew Marr how the data from more than 40 countries unravels many of our preconceptions. Born since the mid-1990s, Generation Z is the first age group never to know the world without the internet. It is also the generation most often pilloried in the press as replete with woke snowflakes, obsessed by identity. But the linguist Sarah Ogilvie believes that young people have much to teach about how to live in the digital world. She is the co-author of GenZ, Explained which seeks to draw a more optimistic and nuanced portrait of this generation, and delves into their specific cultural language. Olivia Yallop is young enough to be part of the digital generation and in Break the Internet she explores the royalty of the attention economy, influencers (such as Molly-Mae Hague, pictured above). In the new media landscape online celebrities dominate and their value is estimated in billions of pounds. Yallop traces how online personas are built, uncovering what it is really like to live a branded life and trade in a ‘social stock market'. Producer: Katy Hickman (Photo image: Molly-Mae Hague, Creative Director at Pretty Little Thing and Influencer)

Sisters in General
Generation Z Week

Sisters in General

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 46:11


The young adults killed it this week on GH! Let's discuss...

Digital Podcast
$$$ Money $$$ Money $$$ Money $$$

Digital Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 33:15


Ein neues digitales Lehrmittell will Finanzwissen in die Schule bringen. Kann es Kinder und Jugendliche tatsächlich vor Verschuldung schützen und wie steht es eigentlich mit der «Financial Literacy» von Teenagern in Zeiten von Bitcoin und Börsen-Apps? Ausserdem: Facebook, schon wieder... Der ganze Podcast im Überblick: (00:01:17) Facebook löscht seine Daten zur Gesichtserkennung (00:09:53) «Finance Mission World»: Klick für Klick zum Junior-Finanzprofi? (00:17:35) So geht die Generation Z mit Geld um (00:25:20) Game-Tipp: «Age of Empires 4» (Windows PC)

The Mutual Audio Network
Generation Z: Ch 5: Do or Die(110321)

The Mutual Audio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 39:23


Zombie dominance continues 100 years in the future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Lost Debate
Ep 3 | Is the Pandemic over? Legacy College Admissions, Generation Z Voting Data, Facebook's “Metaverse,” China's Military Might, Rikers Island

The Lost Debate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 34:30


We discuss a host of issues from around the country: Bill Maher's declaration that the pandemic is over [0:50] The problem with legacy college admissions [6:12] Gen Z political disenchantment [13:06] China's surging military might [16:31] The crisis at Rikers Island [25:26] Subscribe to The Lost Debate's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3Gs5YTF LOST DEBATE ON SOCIAL: Follow Lost Debate Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lostdebate/ Like Lost Debate on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lostdebate Follow Lost Debate on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thelostdebate

Sum It Up With The Sumners
Openness and Vulnerability

Sum It Up With The Sumners

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 36:10


In this episode, we talk about how and why being open and vulnerable in relationships are so needed + why getting on the same page about what is "enough" matters + how adjusting our expectations can help in the long-term and so much more!!!  Turn us up, and if you have a moment-- FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @sumitupsumners. Like, comment, and SHARE! Your support means so much. Enjoy the episode.  ALL links: https://linktr.ee/admin*Sponsors*Beautiful Briny Sea: https://www.beautifulbrinysea.com/

Goizueta Effect
Sports Fandom: Diehard or Dying?

Goizueta Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 30:13


 Michael Lewis is a Professor of Marketing at Emory University's Goizueta Business School, faculty director of the Emory Marketing Analytics Center, and host of the popular podcast Fanalytics. He joined The Goizueta Effect Podcastto talk about the future of fandom, what defines a fan, and why fandom is an important measure of modern culture. He discusses what sharp declines in fandom for Generation Z mean for sports leagues, teams, networks, and studios. Finally, he unpacks how young women may represent an unanticipated and untapped opportunity for the industry. Lewis's work centers on the intersection of sports analytics and marketing, with research ranging from player performance to brand equity. His thought leadership has been featured in The New York Times, Yahoo Sports, USA Today, Bleacher Report, and NPR. To access his research and find out more, visit Lewis's website at fandomanalytics.com.  What Is Fandom and Why Is It an Important Reflection of Culture? When people hear the word fan, they often conjure trivial examples, like a jersey-wearing individual sitting in the rafters, or a kid excited for the latest big rock concert. But if you take a step back, at its core, fandom is intense passion for elements of culture. Understanding what people care about, and what they are passionate about, is an important pursuit.   Declines in Fandom in Gen Z Males Typically, in his academic studies, Lewis conducts quantitative research measuring fandom across teams.   Last summer, however, he commissioned original survey research - The Next Generation Fandom Survey- to take a deeper look into what's happening across generations. America is continually going through a shift in generations. Lewis expected Gen Z to behave similarly to millennials because both are digital natives, albeit with greater intensity for Gen Z. The results surprised him.   Research shows a tremendous drop-off in sports fandom for Gen Z. Millennials turned out to be the most avid fans, with Gen X and the baby boomers slightly less interested than the millennials. In particular, Gen Z males demonstrate a sharp decline in fandom.   To dig deeper, sports fandom is driven by two psychological constructs: self-identity and the need to belong to communities. Gen Z males' scores on those traits were much lower than Gen Z females, as well as other groups. Gen Z males seem to be alienated from sports with an apathy to commit or connect. Sports fandom is public and lifelong, which sets it apart from other kinds of fandoms, and Gen Z males seem particularly uninterested.  This apathy is mostly reported in the sports realm, not within all fandoms. Gen Z males are lagging, in terms of their peers and other older generations, across all sports except esports. However, in terms of entertainment categories, like music, movies, television, comedy, they score relatively closely to their female peers.   Sports, Gen Z Females, and Female Leadership Research shows the idea of belonging to something bigger, to proclaim that you are a fan, is more consistent with Gen Z female psychology. This suggests Gen Z females feel less alienated and represent an opportunity for leagues to grow their female fandom.   When it comes to sports and female leadership, positive trends have emerged such as the San Antonio Spurs' hiring of Becky Hammon as assistant coach, to last year's hiring of Kim Ng by the Marlins as the first GM in Major League Baseball. This shift may have to do with women starting to take on more important roles in male-dominated sports. A larger cultural force may be driving both sides, leading to more female representation in sports management and, simultaneously, more fandom on the side of young women.   Until now, the marketing of sports has been segmented to males. However, now we're seeing this shift where different leagues and teams are seeing growth opportunities with women. Businesses want to grow their fan bases, and the female fan has always been a little bit elusive. The classical marketing issue is that businesses want more customers, but new fans and consumers affect the image of the product.  Lewis raises the question: as sports become more inclusive, do they become less appealing to different segments? As a pure theoretical marketing idea, most marketing remains segment-based rather than to the masses.  So as a sports league markets to different groups, does it become less interesting to other groups? Does sports shift away from the domain of boys? While this may be positive change, does this shift make sports less appealing to males? While Lewis doesn't know the answer to that question, he thinks it is interesting to consider.  Measuring Fandom In The Next Generation Fandom Survey, Lewis and his colleagues studied attitudes, preferences, and behaviors to capture the elusive concept of fandom. They polled participants about the types of sports they engaged with, whether they wore team clothing and collected memorabilia, as well as social media engagement and spending habits. They drilled down further into fundamental psychological concepts like the need for belonging and the importance of self-identity. Fandom is an elusive concept that can be measured in different ways, but fandom also includes an element of magic. Data can't explain everything. That extra human element is where the magic happens.  Millennials as the Biggest Sports Fans According to the study, by far, millennials are the most willing to connect with organizations and display their fandom. These fans show loyalty through social media, attendance, and active display of sports shirts and jerseys. Millennials had the highest scores for almost every sport. This generation received a lot of criticism when they were growing up; for example, kids were regularly given participation trophies. But they were also more connected with the internet, had smartphones at a relatively younger age, and received higher levels of encouragement and positive reinforcement. In terms of being connected to society, it could be theorized that the environment millennials grew up in helped them become the most committed fans of any generation. This is an advantage for sports organizations right now because millennials are the core audience. Gen X may pay for pricier tickets, but the millennials are, across the board, the most connected generation. This is why the falloff to Gen Z was so surprising.  The Future of Fandom: Sport by Sport  At the moment, every sport is operating in a slightly different context.   Football Football, both college and pro football, seems to be the most protected from decline. Whether it's SEC or NFL football, the experience is a true spectacle. Many football stadiums are like huge modern-day cathedrals, built for once-a-week experiences for tens of thousands of people. Football is also almost designed for gambling with millions of fans in a fantasy football league. Across almost all generations, football is the favorite American sport. One potential threat to the sport is the research and concern around lasting side effects of concussions. If kids don't play football moving forward, will there be a decrease in participation, which translates to a decrease in viewership?  Baseball Baseball is fascinating from a fandom perspective. The sport features many of the oldest fans, perhaps because it's too slow-paced for the younger generation. Baseball has adopted more of a local model of fandom, where people are fans of the local team and don't really follow the game on a national level. For example, people in Atlanta love the Braves, but are not so interested when the Mariners play the Pirates. So, baseball marketing ends up being more segment-focused than mass-market focused.  Basketball Basketball seems to be the opposite of baseball. Basketball is more of a national game with a younger fan base and tends to do relatively poorly locally. It operates based on a star system. This mantle has been maintained and passed on for a long time, from Larry Bird to Michael Jordan to Kobe Bryant to LeBron James. The atmosphere of the basketball court feels like going to a concert and seeing the stars. Do people age out of being a basketball fan because it lacks the relaxing, laid-back pace of baseball games?   Soccer The popularity of soccer has been rising in the past few decades and is now especially popular among younger viewers. When Atlanta United started playing, something unusual and unexpected occurred. The Atlanta United team is owned by the same managers that own the Atlanta Falcons, so they have NFL-level production values and resources and the opportunity to play their games in Mercedes-Benz Stadium. At the start, no one expected more than 60,000 fans to show up. Atlanta United became a local phenomenon, and the team won the MLS championship a few years later. Lewis reports that when he teaches on campus, he sees more Atlanta United T-shirts than he does for any other Atlanta teams.   On a more national level, the U.S. Women's Soccer Team is one of the big sports stories of the last 20 years and has a ton of fans. It is a team with international dominance that has received a lot of attention. Players like Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, and Hope Solo back in the day, largely became household names. However, this enthusiasm isn't translated to all professional women's soccer. While the women's professional league is not growing rapidly in the U.S., the men's professional league is experiencing growth, which may be a case of the substitution effect.  Esports  Esports is also a rising phenomenon that is growing in popularity, especially among the younger generation. Fans devote hours a day to playing and watching these video games. The esports environment is all digital, so it provides an unobstructed view into what happens in the fandom. Analysts can see people watching influencers or streamers on places like Twitch, and then actually see how that translates to game usage. So esports gives great insights about fandom. The question is whether esports engenders a fundamentally different kind of fandom, whether the fandom behind these video games is comparable to going to a stadium to watch a game in person.  Sports as a Business Fans are ultra-passionate consumers; this idea of fandom or passion is relevant to multiple industries. People feel passionate about brands beyond sports. Sports just happen to offer an almost ideal laboratory to study the business side.    Even with recent declines, sports leagues have opportunities and are actively trying to build their businesses. As mentioned previously, the NBA is very much the star-driven league, greatly influenced by star athletes with millions of fans. For example, LeBron James has 80 million followers on social media, while the Lakers have approximately 15 million. But the NBA views that disparity as a positive because they see these athletes as opportunities to develop more of a global business and have been very public about trying to grow their business in places like China. In some ways, the NBA doesn't care if there is a decline in interest in the United States, because there are 1.5 billion Chinese consumers. However, in terms of both sports and Hollywood, indications are that China is less interested in having American culture dominate the Chinese marketplace. To be clear, major, geopolitical forces may dictate where sports as a business evolves.   In baseball, the fan base is relatively aging. It will be interesting to see how the baseball industry will adapt and whether baseball will follow the basketball model and start to move more into the social media space, to make the players the stars rather than the teams.   To summarize the data on the Gen Z fandom suggests that, in the future, the world of sports is likely to become a little bit smaller. Lewis doesn't know what the decline in sports popularity means for businesses. Each team and league is competitive and will make every effort to figure out a way to keep growing their businesses and bringing in fans. Lewis is curious to see what the future brings in this space.   Find out more about the Emory Marketing Analytics Center and check out Michael Lewis's research at fandomanalytics.com.

Generation Zed Podcast
Project Crystal Knight: Advancing Project Serpo To Infuse CERN Phonetics Via Machine-Elf Seances

Generation Zed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 26:34


Project Crystal Knight: Advancing Project Serpo To Infuse CERN Phonetics Via Machine-Elf Seances.

Generation Zed Podcast
Unleashing the Kraken: Cuomo About To Get Cuffed? Lizard At UN, Soros Milks Disinfo "Crisis" & More

Generation Zed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 23:41


Unleashing the Kraken: Cuomo About To Get Cuffed? Lizard At UN, Soros Milks Disinfo "Crisis" & More.

401(k) Fridays Podcast
Gen Z & Money: Preferences, Pressures & Predictions

401(k) Fridays Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 42:55


Over the years on the podcast we have talked about the generational preferences and trends of baby boomers, Gen X'rs and Millenials, But not Generation Z. To dig into them, I am happy to welcome back Nathan Voris, Director, Investments, Insights & Consultant Services at Schwab Retirement Plan Services. While the focus is on Gen Z, there are some great observations about financial stress, financial wellness, the financial impact of the pandemic and much more. We also really strive to tie these themes together in a way that can help employers better position services they offer today to attract and retain employees in a hyper competitive market for talent, or maybe this is encouragement to revisit these topics as you look forward. Regardless, good stuff and great input from Nathan.    Guest Bio Nathan Voris joined Charles Schwab in 2016 and leads the Investments, Insights and Consultant Services teams within Schwab Retirement Plan Services, Inc. In this role, Voris brings together multiple teams with shared expertise to develop and enhance partnerships with the Consultant and Advisor community. Prior to his current position, he led the Strategy and Planning team for Schwab Workplace Financial Services, which includes Compliance Solutions, Schwab Retirement Plan Services and Schwab Stock Plan Services. Voris brings 20+ years of experience in the financial services and retirement plan industries to his role. Prior to Charles Schwab, he worked for Morningstar, where he held several roles within Morningstar Investment Management, and as a retirement plan consultant at R.V. Kuhns & Associates. He began his career as a plan sponsor, working for Walmart and the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System. Voris earned a bachelor's degree in education from The Ohio State University.   401(k) Fridays Podcast Overview Struggling with a fiduciary issue, looking for strategies to improve employee retirement outcomes or curious about the impact of current events on your retirement plan? We've had conversations with retirement industry leaders to address these and other relevant topics! You can easily explore over 200 prior on-demand audio interviews here. Don't forget to subscribe as we release a new episode each Friday!

Advisory Opinions
Parental Rights in Public Schools

Advisory Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 62:15


On today's show, it's a battle of Generation X versus millennials versus Generation Z as Sarah and David shout, "You kids get off my lawn!" But before the cultural rant, they explore parental rights in public schools, discuss the mixture of church and politics, and talk about the Kyle Rittenhouse case and the law of self-defense. Then, and only then, does Sarah lament "kids these days."   Show Notes: -TMD on ‘gain of function' research -NPR “The Johnson Amendment In 5 Questions And Answers” -French Press “When the State Kinda Sorta Parents Your Child” -Andrew Fleischman Twitter thread on the Rittenhouse case -New York Times “The 37-Year-Olds Are Afraid of the 23-Year-Olds Who Work for Them” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Decrypted Unscripted
Bastian Purrer and Namik Muduroglu: Founders of humanID | The Future of Online Authentication - Episode 35

Decrypted Unscripted

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 51:47


Bastian Purrer and Namik Muduroglu join David and Dominique on Decrypted Unscripted as they describe how political parties internationally are using bot networks to attack elections and to spread fake news and other misinformation. They describe how their personal experiences drove them to develop humanID, which is an anonymous, bot-resistant authentication for safe online communities. They discuss why concerns over data privacy are driving Generation Z users away from social media and how they are seeking to replace it. They have won several awards, including the Harvard Business School Navab Social Impact Award (2020) & Mozilla Builders Open Lab (2020) and have an ever-growing community supporting their ability to allow safe, anonymous logins. Listen as they describe their unique perspective, shaped by living in oppressive political regimes and having the brain power to develop solutions. Love them -- you will too.

The Tom Barnard Show
Tit for Tat 2073-2

The Tom Barnard Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 53:07


Generation Z has some major problems from social media to lack of knowledge on almost anything and everything. That why our generation is reverting back to the good old days from timeless wholesome fun from old TV shows. Shhhhhh, here's a secret....it's ok to laugh when something is funny See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Mutual Audio Network
Generation Z: Ch 4: The Clutches of Life(102721)

The Mutual Audio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 27:21


Aerosol vaccines in the lab. We learn a bit about Dr. Meighan. Samantha's training hatches a plan. Is Mom still kickin? Developements with Marie. The trail to find Nick. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Small Things Make A Big Difference
IMUA: Mealii Odom (Scholar, Athlete, Valedictorian, Gen Z)

Small Things Make A Big Difference

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 20:21


Generation Z has emerged as a population increasingly worthy of attention, especially now as its older members enter the workforce. This week's episode Mealii represents Gen Z in sharing her leadership insights and gives us all something all to think about before giving feedback. PS. How many have you listened to Doja Cat before? Enjoy

Grace Based Families Podcast
How to talk to Gen Z about the gospel with Tanita Maddox

Grace Based Families Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 37:00


In this episode, Karis and Michelle talk with Tanita Maddox, long time Young Life Regional Director and author of "Ever Changing Culture, Never Changing God," about how to talk with Generation Z about God and faith.

Sum It Up With The Sumners
Things to Say Consistently in a Relationship

Sum It Up With The Sumners

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 34:00


In this episode, we talk about seven things we should be saying consistently in our relationships--> "I love you," "I support you," "How was your day?" "What do you think?" and so much more!!!  Turn us up, and if you have a moment-- FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @sumitupsumners. Like, comment, and SHARE!   ALL links: https://linktr.ee/admin*Sponsor*Beautiful Briny Sea: https://www.beautifulbrinysea.com/

Tech Policy Podcast
#304: Gen Z and Social Media

Tech Policy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 45:56


Generation Z are the first true digital natives—people who cannot remember a time before the internet. This gives Gen Z a unique perspective, but it is also driving concerns (mainly among older generations) about the potential drawbacks of growing up in a digital age. Kir Nuthi, public affairs manager for NetChoice, and Rachel Altman, director of digital media at TechFreedom, join the show to discuss how Gen Z use social media, the challenges of content moderation, and the moral panic over teen social media use. For more, see Kir's op-ed on content moderation at Fortune.com.

Trans Resister Radio
Enter the Metaverse, AoT#334

Trans Resister Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 56:53


The metaverse is upon us. Born out of MMO gaming, e-commerce and social media, this latest iteration of virtual reality is sure to be the next big thing.  Topics include: listeners comments, escaping rabbit holes, metaverse, virtual worlds, MMO games, online culture, evolution of technology and communications, convergence, social media, Facebook, Second Life occult symbolism, gaming, knowledge of coding not necessary when platforms have advance user interface, Generation Z not actually tech literate, Jimmy James, transhumanism, uploading consciousness to a machine, surreal problems with emerging technologies, machine learning, Abba band virtual concerts, symbolism of the seasons, working remotely, many online personas, living through IT, virtual travel, Ai will take over creation of new IT in future, human loss of control over creation, automation, possibility of machine empathy, reactionary forces that will happen in face of Ai advancement, technology perfects itself, Paris Hilton, inability to forget anything

Big-Ticket Clients™
222. Optimizing The Employee Experience, With Josephine Monberg

Big-Ticket Clients™

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 36:47


Do today's Millenium and Generation ‘Z' employees care only about getting a paycheck? Or do they require something more intangible to be fully motivated to achieve their very best? In this episode, we were delighted to have this question addressed in excellent detail by Josephine Monberg, Head of Culture and Communication, Global Industry and Value Advisory at SAP, one of the world's largest enterprise software companies.My Favorite Quotes from Josephine in this episode, (paraphrased):“My number one passion is optimizing the employee experience!”“We must find new ways to communicate and create cultures of kindness, authenticity, and psychological safety!”“Companies must seek to fully understand the psychological needs of their employees.”The best ways to connect with Josephine Monberg online are:Company: https://www.sap.com/index.htmlLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephinemonberg/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josephinemonberg/Support the show (https://drpele.com)

FamilyLife This Week®
Generation Z Reaching Generation Z

FamilyLife This Week®

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 27:41


Emma Jenkins and Jordan Whitmer are emerging from Generation Z and have a passion for reaching their generation for Christ. Hear what they are doing with and for their peers for the sake of the gospel. Show Notes and Resources More about How To Life movement http://howtolifemovement.com/ Find resources from this podcast at https://shop.familylife.com/Products.aspx?categoryid=130. Download FamilyLife's new app! https://www.familylife.com/app/ Check out all that's available on the FamilyLife Podcast Network.  https://www.familylife.com/familylife-podcast-network/

What's Left?
The Kids Are All Right (w/ Poppy Coburn)

What's Left?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 4:57


Poppy Coburn, writer and zoomer correspondent, joins the show to answer an important question: what the hell is going on with young people? She talks the hopes and dreams of Generation Z, the impact of accelerating technological progress on relationships, and more. To listen to the full episode, become a patron at patreon.com/whatsleft.

Aufhebunga Bunga
Excerpt: OK Bunger! The Problem of Generations, pt. 5

Aufhebunga Bunga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 20:21


The fifth and final part of a series on generational consciousness and conflict. This is an excerpt. For the full episode, subscribe at patreon.com/bungacast In this episode, we examine the Millennials and Generation Z. Uniquely, generation war today seems to be a conflict over resources more than over values. Is there any basis for this, and what do Millennials actually want? With generational and class conflict seemingly bound together today, we analyse 'Generation Left' and 'Millennial Socialism'. And we ask what the effect of the pandemic may be on the creation of a Gen Z consciousness. Guests include: Paul Taylor, former director, Pew Research Jennie Bristow, senior lecturer in sociology at Canterbury Christ Church University Helen Andrews, senior editor at The American Conservative Clive Martin, journalist who has written for VICE Magazine Josh Glenn, semiotician, author, and publisher of HiLoBrow Jennifer Silva, assistant professor in sociologist, Indiana University Original music by: Jonny Mundey Additional music: Cacti / I Will Be Waiting / courtesy of epidemicsound.com Filthy the Kid / Vampire / courtesy of epidemicsound.com

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Reagan Foundation: Does President Reagan Matter to Gen Z? (#103)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021


In this week's Reagan Forum podcast we go back one month to September 14, 2021 for our virtual event held in partnership with the Heritage Foundation, entitled “Does President Reagan Matter to Generation Z?” The program was moderated by Joseph Loconte, the Director for the B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies at Heritage, as well […]

Mama, Take Heart
“I Wanna Be Famous”

Mama, Take Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 12:27


Generation Z wants to be famous. But do they, really? We want to be known, but is fame really being known? In this episode, Robrenna talks about: 1. The marketing and branding power being used to get and keep GenZ online and on social media. 2. Influencers and the influence they wield over younger generations. 3. GenZ value creativity and expression, diversity, inclusivity, justice – and they want to use their influence for good Check out Axis.org for a great blog post relating to how influencers affect GenZ. Forbes: Marketing to GenZ Forbes: History of Influencer Collaborations YPulse: How much GenZ Cares about online celebrities Pew Research:What We Know about GenZ So Far *** Follow Robrenna on Instagram Image Credit: Getty/Aleksei_Morozov

Sum It Up With The Sumners
Being Content- Good or Bad?

Sum It Up With The Sumners

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 32:51


In this episode, we talk about the pros and cons to being CONTENT. Can contentment be a positive and a negative? Why being content starts at the individual level + ways to reignite a relationship and so much more!!!  Turn us up, and if you have a moment-- FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @sumitupsumners. Like, comment, and SHARE! Your support means so much. Enjoy the episode.  ALL links: https://linktr.ee/admin*Sponsors*Beautiful Briny Sea: https://www.beautifulbrinysea.com/

PRI's The World
American missionaries held hostage in Haiti 

PRI's The World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 47:31


One of the most notorious gangs in Haiti is holding hostage a group of American missionaries, including children. The country has the highest kidnapping rate in the world. The threat of being taken hostage is one that Haitians— rich and poor alike — face every day. And when people in the US and the UK donate clothes they don't want anymore, those clothes end up for sale in a massive secondhand market in Accra, Ghana. But the boom in quickly made, inexpensive clothing around the world has led to an environmental crisis in countries like Ghana. Plus, TikTok has come a long way from its lip-syncing days for Generation Z. Now, innovators are using the app to help teach and spread the word on Indigenous languages across the globe.