Rethinking Filipino Millennials: Alternative Perspectives on a Misunderstood Generation
Much has been said about Filipino millennials. Born in the 1980s and 1990s, they are often described in passionate terms: they can seize the day, pursue their dreams, and travel the world. And yet they can also be self-entitled and narcissistic. How true are these characteristics? Drawing from the empirical work of 17 scholars from around the country, this collection presents an alternative view. Millennials belong to a fragmented generation whose dreams, abilities, and dispositions need to be understood in context. An agenda-setting collection, this will be useful for researchers and practitioners who wish to understand the state of the youth and the emergence of new generations.
Cornelio, Jayeel (editor), (2020), Rethinking Filipino Millennials: Alternative Perspectives on a Misunderstood Generation. Manila: UST Publishing House