Millennial Generation Students: Parental Involvement, Responsibility, and Entitlement

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Title Millennial Generation Students: Parental Involvement, Responsibility, and Entitlement
Creator Cullen Green
Subject Westminster College (Salt Lake City, Utah : 1998 ); Generation Y -- Education -- United States; Young adults -- United States; Parenting -- United States
Description This study explores how Millennial Generation students exhibit the effects of parental involvement as well as characteristics of personal responsibility, and entitlement. By triangulating multiple sources of research, this study helps to describe the perceived behaviors of the Millennial Generation in a college or university setting. Millennial Generation students are perceived to have a strong connection with their parents and sometimes act entitled. The research performed during this study also suggests that Millennial Generation students sometimes act in a responsible manner, while at other times do not. This study displays connections between the parents of Millennials' becoming involved, the responsibility of Millennial students, and the Millennials' sense of entitlement. These findings can help higher-education administrators when communicating with Millennial Generation students and their parents. This study also suggests further actions administrators can take to better serve Millennial Generation students and their parents.
Publisher Westminster College
Date 2007
Type Text; Image
Language eng
Rights Management Digital copyright 2007, Westminster College. All rights Reserved.
Metadata Cataloger Jason Knott
ARK ark:/87278/s69p68rn
Setname wc_ir
Date Created 2007-08-08
Date Modified 2014-06-17
ID 1094006
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s69p68rn
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