Q: Is a generation "all of the people born and living at about the same time"? ¶
A: Yes, and regarded collectively.
Q: Are generations "triumphant in popular culture but have been confined by experts to the shadow world of unproven hypothesis"? ¶
A: Yes, He and others argued that the concept may be overused and that differences have been overstated in many cases.
Q: Is a generation typically born between 1883 and 1900? ¶
Q: Is a generation a group of living beings constituting a single step in the line of descent from an ancestor? ¶
Q: Is a generation mostly free from ideological or political bias? ¶
Q: Are generations cohorts of people born in the same date range and who share similar cultural experiences? ¶
Q: Is a generation the widespread usage of the Internet from a young age? ¶
Q: Is a generation a Vietnamese term for people born during the 1990s? ¶
Q: Is a generation one of the fundamental social categories in a society? ¶
A: Yes, while others view its importance as being overshadowed by other factors including class, gender, race, education, among others.
Q: Is a generation sometimes applied to a cultural movement? ¶
A: Yes, or more narrowly defined group than an entire demographic.
Q: Was a generation heavily challenging their parents and relatives with their past in Nazi Germany and in World War II as well as their responsibility for the Holocaust but also the survival of the Third Reich in German administration? ¶
A: Yes, and science, legislation and culture due to claimed unsuccessful denazification.