Generation-gap meaning

Generation gap is defined as the vast differences in terms of attitudes, experiences and taste between people born a certain amount of time apart who are living at the same time.

An example of a generation gap is the knowledge of the older baby boomers about computers versus the knowledge of young people born after the Internet had already exploded and taken off.

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A difference in values and attitudes between one generation and another, especially between young people and their parents.
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The set of differences in ideals, attitudes, experiences, etc. that exist between an older and a younger generation of people living at the same time.
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A disconnect between members of one generation and members of the next based on the later generation developing habits, attitudes, and preferences inconsistent with the experience of the former.
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