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The Millennial Mosaic

How Pluralism and Choice Are Shaping Canadian Youth and the Future of Canada

Monetta Bailey, Joel Thiessen, Reginald W. Bibby, et al.

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The bottom line: Millennials are looking good

There’s a lot of consternation about the Millennial generation — Canada’s youngest adults born since the mid-1980s and now reaching their thirties. But the speculation has not been accompanied by sound and comprehensive information — until now.

Highly respected sociologist and veteran trend-tracker Reginald W. Bibby teams up with two Gen X colleagues, Joel Thiessen and Monetta Bailey, to provide an up-to-date reading on how Millennials see the world — their values, joys, and concerns; their views of family, sexuality, spirituality, and other Canadians; and their hopes and expectations as they look to the future.

What’s more, the authors compare Millennials with Gen Xers, Boomers, and Pre-Boomers. Their conclusion? Canada’s much-criticized Millennials may well be a solid upgrade on previous generations — speaking well for the country’s future.

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Sex, Comparisons with Pre-Boomers, Boomers, and Gen Xers, Views of people, Technology, The Internet, Enjoyment and Outlook, Youth, Personal concerns, Views of institutions, Values, Change Over Time, Social Trends, Education, careers and success, Social concerns, Diversity, Survey Findings, Sexual o