Making Sense of Generation Y
The World View of 15- to 25-year-olds
by Sara Savage;Sylvia Collins-Mayo;Bob Mayo;Graham Cray
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For Generation Y, born after 1982, Margaret Thatcher is a piece of social history, relationships happen over the internet and music marks their territory. How does this generation think about the world? What does their spirituality look like? And what implications does this have for the Church? "Making Sense of Generation Y" addresses the urgent need for the Church to reconnect with young people in today's society, and to communicate with them in a way they can understand. Through researching the relationship young people aged 16-25 have to the popular arts (soaps, film, music, clubbing, advertising and culturally iconic images), the authors explore the implications of their worldview for youth work and youth ministry as well as the wider church. "The Explorations" series aims to provide a much-needed forum for church leaders, teachers, writers and theologians to stimulate dabate, challenge the thinking and practice of the Church at large, and to raise awareness of issues crucial to its future.
Making Sense of Generation Y by Sara Savage;Sylvia Collins-Mayo;Bob Mayo;Graham Cray was published by Church House Publishing in April 2006 and is our 15598th best seller. The ISBN for Making Sense of Generation Y is 9780715140512.
|Page last updated||24th October 2012|
|Author / Artist||Sara Savage;Sylvia Collins-Mayo;Bob Mayo;Graham Cray|
|Publisher||Church House Publishing (April 2006)|
|Number of Pages||224|