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Unless a person is one of the rare individuals who associates only with the same age-group, the transformation of contemporary society has become evident, as generational cohort groups clash and cooperate in the workplace, the educational system, and communities across the world. Although each ethnic culture manifests age culture in slightly different ways, definite patterns have emerged, and educators, managers, and leaders ignore the differences at their own peril.

The term cohort is used to describe a group of people who have shared characteristics, usually during a similar time period; for instance, it is often used to describe a particular group in a medical study, ensuring that the experiment treats people with a similar medical condition in a similar way to study outcomes. However, it is ...

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