Walden University’s 2014 Social Change Impact Report includes perspectives of more than 9,000 adults in Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Jordan, Mexico and the U.S. and examines people’s perceptions of the impact of their engagement in positive social change. This year’s survey found that younger adults are believed to have more passion about social change, but older adults provide younger adults with the knowledge essential for social change to occur. Findings also reveal that millennials are also more likely than older adults to agree that older adults are not willing to try new ideas to make a diff¬erence in positive social change.

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Roles of Younger and Older Generations in the Future of Social Change

Irma Wallace

Irma Wallace

Co-founder and Vice President of SearchRank, responsible for many of the day to day operations of the company. She is also founder of The Arizona Builders’ Zone, a construction / home improvement portal.

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