It's A Study In Italian Of The Difficulty In Communications Between Young People And Old People. It Analyses The Devision Between These And Their Vision Of Life

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Le isole generazionali.Questo è un testo espositivo argomentativo che tratta un ben noto fenomeno sociale. È basato su un rapporto censis del '95, e il suo scopo è di analizzare i rapporti sociali tra i membri di generazioni distanti fra di loro. I dati statistici hanno dimostrato che le nuove generazioni, hanno molta difficoltà a comunicare i propri bisogni e interessi verso membri di generazioni più anziane. Attraverso statistiche eseguite sul territorio un altro punto di studio è emerso: i giorni con un'alta disponibilità di denaro spesso sono quelli con un dialogo in famiglia minore, e la stessa cosa viceversa. Ci troviamo di fronte "una sorta di inquietante monetizzazione dei rapporti umani o del silenzio", la quale dimostra il come certe famiglie allevano i ...view middle of the document...

Questo circolo vizioso ormai ha portato tutte le generazioni ad avere un modello di vita è sempre più omogeneo, i quali valori principali sono quelli della giovinezza e quella del successo personale. Lo stile l'autore, è quello di esporre il fenomeno sociale con un linguaggio molto tecnico e formale, per dimostrare l'accuratezza delle sue indagini.Dopo aver generato un dibattito in classe, abbiamo concluso che questo testo (come tutte le statistiche) è troppo generalizzato, e all'esagerazione del pessimismo nel confronto della vita moderna. L'importante che non dovremmo mai dimenticare, è che l'età e relativa, e il tutto dipende dalla quantità di sforzo che entrambe le parti fanno per agevolare la propria comunicazione. Certe volte gli "anziani" mentalmente, sono molto giovani biologicamente; ma la loro anzianità deriva da una possibile rigidità mentale nei confronti della società. Basandoci sulle esperienze personali, paradossalmente ci può sembrare che si ha più facilità a parlare con i nonni, quindi con generazioni lontane, che con i genitori, i quali spesso sono molto più autoritari. Le famiglie che al loro interno dispongono di numerosi esempi di isole generazionali, sono quelle più fortunate, perché seguendo l'esempio di fratelli o sorelle più grandi, riescano a gestire meglio le situazioni critiche.Tuttavia i giovani preferiscono trovarsi insieme ai loro coetanei, perché sanno che qualunque cosa succeda non saranno criticati, cosa che invece succederebbe se parlassero con i genitori .Per concludere vorrei dire che che se nell' immaginazione collettiva gli anziani vengono escluso che giovani, il tutto dipende dalla buona volontà di entrambi , dalla flessibilità mentale dell'adulto e dalla capacità di accettare il prossimo.

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