What's up with kids (us) today?

Katterjohn, Chris
November 2005
Indianapolis Business Journal;11/14/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 36, p12
The article presents a commentary regarding the deterioration of children's respect for or fear of authority. The author expresses dismay over their boldness, stupidity and disrespectful actions. Technological innovations and too much television and radio exposure are regarded as major contributors to the deviating behavior of children.


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