The Resource Generation X : American Born 1965 to 1976, (electronic resource)

Generation X : American Born 1965 to 1976, (electronic resource)

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Generation X : American Born 1965 to 1976
Title
Generation X
Title remainder
American Born 1965 to 1976
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Language
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
The new seventh edition of Generation X: Americans Born 1965 to 1976 tells the story of the small but vital generation spanning the ages of 36 to 47 in 2012. Although their numbers are small, lifestage dictates that Generation X is a vital part of the nation s commerce and culture. People in their thirties and forties are in the crowded-nest years. They are supposed to be advancing in their careers, their incomes should be growing, and their spending should climb because of the expenses of children and teens. Generation X: Americans Born 1965 to 1976 shows how Gen Xers are coping with these de
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New Strategist Publications, Inc
Dewey number
973
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English
LC call number
HN60 .G46 2012
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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New Strategist Publications Inc
Series statement
American Generations Series
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  • Generation X -- United States -- Statistics
  • Young adults -- United States -- Statistics
  • Social Sciences
  • Sociology
  • Health Care
  • Age Groups
  • Life
  • Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena
  • Persons
  • Philosophy
  • Named Groups
  • Humanities
  • Socioeconomic Factors
  • Quality of Life
  • Adult
  • Population Characteristics
Label
Generation X : American Born 1965 to 1976, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • Table of Contents; Tables; Illustrations; Introduction; Chap. 1 Attitudes; Boomers Are Most Likely to Say They Are Not Too Happy; Table 1.1 General Happiness, 2010; Table 1.2 Happiness of Marriage, 2010; Table 1.3 Is Life Exciting, Routine, or Dull, 2010; Table 1.4 Trust in Others, 2010; Belief in Hard Work Is Strong Across Generations; Table 1.5 How People Get Ahead, 2010; Table 1.6 Geographic Mobility since Age 16, 2010; Older Americans Are Doing Far Better than Middle-Aged or Younger Ones; Table 1.7 Social Class Membership, 2010; Table 1.8 Family Income Relative to Others, 2010
  • Table 1.9 Satisfaction with Financial Situation, 2010Table 1.10 Job Satisfaction, 2010; The American Standard of Living Is Falling; Table 1.11 Parents' Standard of Living, 2010; Table 1.12 Standard of Living Will Improve, 2010; Table 1.13 Children's Standard of Living, 2010; Two Children Are Most Popular; Table 1.14 Ideal Number of Children, 2010; Table 1.15 Spanking Children, 2010; Table 1.16 Better for Man to Work, Woman to Tend Home, 2010; Table 1.17 Working Mother's Relationship with Children, 2010; Table 1.18 Should Government Help the Sick, 2010; Religious Diversity Is on the Rise
  • Table 1.19 Attitude toward Science, 2010Table 1.20 Attitude toward Evolution, 2010; Table 1.21 Religious Preference, 2010; Table 1.22 Degree of Religiosity, 2010; Table 1.23 Belief in the Bible, 2010; Table 1.24 Bible in the Public Schools, 2010; Growing Tolerance of Sexual Behavior; Table 1.25 Premarital Sex, 2010; Table 1.26 Homosexual Relations, 2010; Table 1.27 Gay Marriage, 2010; Television News Is Most Important; Table 1.28 Main Source of Information about Events in the News, 2010; Table 1.29 Political Leanings, 2010; Table 1.30 Political Party Affiliation, 2010
  • Most Support Abortion if a Mother's Health Is EndangeredTable 1.31 Favor or Oppose Death Penalty for Murder, 2010; Table 1.32 Favor or Oppose Gun Permits, 2010; Table 1.33 Legalization of Marijuana, 2010; Table 1.34 Support for Legal Abortion by Reason, 2010; Table 1.35 Doctor-Assisted Suicide, 2010; Chap. 2 Education; Generation X Is Highly Educated; Table 2.1 Educational Attainment by Generation, 2010; Most Gen Xers Have Been to College; Table 2.2 Educational Attainment of Generation Xers, 2010; Nearly 32 Percent of Gen X Men Are College Graduates
  • Table 2.3 Educational Attainment of Generation X Men, 2010Gen X Women Are Better Educated than Gen X Men; Table 2.4 Educational Attainment of Generation X Women, 2010; Among Gen Xers, Asian Men Have the Highest Educational Attainment; Table 2.5 Educational Attainment of Generation X Men by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2010; Among Women, Hispanics Are Least Likely to Be High School Graduates; Table 2.6 Educational Attainment of Generation X Women by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2010; Some Gen Xers Are Still in School; Table 2.7 School Enrollment by Sex and Age, 2010
  • Gen Xers Account for Few College Students
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
7th ed.
Extent
1 online resource (346 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781937737184
Media category
computer
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(EXLCZ)992670000000271824
Label
Generation X : American Born 1965 to 1976, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • Table of Contents; Tables; Illustrations; Introduction; Chap. 1 Attitudes; Boomers Are Most Likely to Say They Are Not Too Happy; Table 1.1 General Happiness, 2010; Table 1.2 Happiness of Marriage, 2010; Table 1.3 Is Life Exciting, Routine, or Dull, 2010; Table 1.4 Trust in Others, 2010; Belief in Hard Work Is Strong Across Generations; Table 1.5 How People Get Ahead, 2010; Table 1.6 Geographic Mobility since Age 16, 2010; Older Americans Are Doing Far Better than Middle-Aged or Younger Ones; Table 1.7 Social Class Membership, 2010; Table 1.8 Family Income Relative to Others, 2010
  • Table 1.9 Satisfaction with Financial Situation, 2010Table 1.10 Job Satisfaction, 2010; The American Standard of Living Is Falling; Table 1.11 Parents' Standard of Living, 2010; Table 1.12 Standard of Living Will Improve, 2010; Table 1.13 Children's Standard of Living, 2010; Two Children Are Most Popular; Table 1.14 Ideal Number of Children, 2010; Table 1.15 Spanking Children, 2010; Table 1.16 Better for Man to Work, Woman to Tend Home, 2010; Table 1.17 Working Mother's Relationship with Children, 2010; Table 1.18 Should Government Help the Sick, 2010; Religious Diversity Is on the Rise
  • Table 1.19 Attitude toward Science, 2010Table 1.20 Attitude toward Evolution, 2010; Table 1.21 Religious Preference, 2010; Table 1.22 Degree of Religiosity, 2010; Table 1.23 Belief in the Bible, 2010; Table 1.24 Bible in the Public Schools, 2010; Growing Tolerance of Sexual Behavior; Table 1.25 Premarital Sex, 2010; Table 1.26 Homosexual Relations, 2010; Table 1.27 Gay Marriage, 2010; Television News Is Most Important; Table 1.28 Main Source of Information about Events in the News, 2010; Table 1.29 Political Leanings, 2010; Table 1.30 Political Party Affiliation, 2010
  • Most Support Abortion if a Mother's Health Is EndangeredTable 1.31 Favor or Oppose Death Penalty for Murder, 2010; Table 1.32 Favor or Oppose Gun Permits, 2010; Table 1.33 Legalization of Marijuana, 2010; Table 1.34 Support for Legal Abortion by Reason, 2010; Table 1.35 Doctor-Assisted Suicide, 2010; Chap. 2 Education; Generation X Is Highly Educated; Table 2.1 Educational Attainment by Generation, 2010; Most Gen Xers Have Been to College; Table 2.2 Educational Attainment of Generation Xers, 2010; Nearly 32 Percent of Gen X Men Are College Graduates
  • Table 2.3 Educational Attainment of Generation X Men, 2010Gen X Women Are Better Educated than Gen X Men; Table 2.4 Educational Attainment of Generation X Women, 2010; Among Gen Xers, Asian Men Have the Highest Educational Attainment; Table 2.5 Educational Attainment of Generation X Men by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2010; Among Women, Hispanics Are Least Likely to Be High School Graduates; Table 2.6 Educational Attainment of Generation X Women by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2010; Some Gen Xers Are Still in School; Table 2.7 School Enrollment by Sex and Age, 2010
  • Gen Xers Account for Few College Students
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
7th ed.
Extent
1 online resource (346 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781937737184
Media category
computer
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(EXLCZ)992670000000271824

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