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dc.contributor.authorKOHLI, Martin
dc.identifier.citationG. RITZER (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, Vol. 4, Malden (MA) Blackwell, 2007, 1900-1906en
dc.descriptionFirst published: 15 February 2007
dc.description.abstractIn its most obvious sense, generational change means change occurring along succeeding generations, showing up in differences between them. In a more fundamental sense, it expresses the idea that social change needs to be understood in terms of the sequence of generations, and is to a considerable extent driven by their dynamics.
dc.titleGenerational Changeen
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