Do Your Father Misunderstand u ?
Then it is a GENERATION GAP.
A generation gap is a popular term used to describe wide differences in cultural norms between members of a younger generation and their elders. This can be defined as occurring when older and younger people do not understand each other because of their different experiences, opinions, habits and behavior.The term first came into prominence in Western countries during the 1960s, and described the cultural differences between the Baby Boomers and their parents. Although some generational differences have existed throughout history, during this era differences between the two generations grew significantly in comparison to previous times, particularly with respect to such matters as musical tastes, fashion, drug use, and politics. This may have been magnified by the unprecedented size of the young Baby Boomer generation, which gave it unprecedented power, influence, and willingness to rebel against societal norms. For
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During what was known as the Roaring Twentiesa large generation gap occurred due to the older generation having just fought in the war finding it innapropriate that the younger were out at dancehalls and listening to jazz music.
The age of the Baby Boomers in which veterans from World War II had children after a long period of war. Why they were called boomers was because in the 1940s and 1950s, medicine and treatment for certain illnesses and diseases were starting the come into use, making the population explode also, the end of World War II allowed soldiers to return home and start a family. The Baby Boomers ended up having to start the large protests in the 60s and were detested by earlier generation, thinking that they were going out of line. In addition, that's when the age of rock started to kick in.
The so-called MTV Generation could also be considered a generation gap, between Generation X in the late 70s and Generation Y in the early 90s. Culturally, one of the primary differences that creates the gap between X and Y is the reduction of recycled culture with the advancement of original programming on cable television during the later half of the 1980s, limiting Generation Y's awareness of pop culture references that predate the 1980s.