Author Archives: Shaan Patel

The Sleep Book Visual Analysis

On these pages from Dr. Seuss’s Sleep Book, Dr. Seuss uses many different visual aspects and rhetorical elements to entertain the reader and teach a lesson in a fun and amusing way. On these pages, Dr. Seuss uses the layout … Continue reading

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Transition from High School to College

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Millennials are Not Sitting Idle

http://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2013/11/04/idle-millennials-are-victims-their-parents-success/2rWDFWXQHo290FqUpz0HOO/story.html#comments Claim 1: “15 percent of 16- to 24-year-olds are the new American idle.” Evidence: https://opportunitynation.org/latest-news/media-highlights/study-15-us-youth-school-work/ Evidence: “This does mean that 85 percent of this age group is in school or working — albeit many in low-wage jobs. Six million, … Continue reading

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Millennials and Consumerism/Economy Annotated Bibliography

Levenson, Alec R. “Millennials and the World of Work: An Economist’s Perspective.”                   Journal of Business and Psychology, vol. 25, issue 2, 6 March 2010, pp. 257-264.             … Continue reading

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Millennials: Consumerism Defines a Generation

As we approach 2017, Millennials have started to take over every part of every day life. Whether it’s culture, the workforce, or the consumer base, the Millennials are undoubtedly moving into their prime. The millennial generation, also known as Generation … Continue reading

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