Disengagement among Gen Y youth in Malaysia: Growing practice and policy concerns
One of the most enigmatic groups in Malaysia today is the millennial generation, also known as the digital generation, net generation or Gen Y. Gen Y youth are typically considered as those born between 1980 and 2000 and are the first generation to experience information-communication technology (ICT) as a fixture in everyday life (Black 2010). Gen Ys currently range from adolescents to young adults and are today’s secondary school students, university students and young workers. In many cultures throughout the world, Gen Y youth are completing educational programs, getting situated in their first jobs, forming relationships that will extend through adulthood and learning to become contributing citizens.
Full text article Krauss, S. E., Abdullah, H., Ali, Z., Ortega, A., Ismail, I. A., Dahalan, D., & Ariffin, Z. (2016). Getting connected: Researching organisational engagement and community connectedness among Gen Y youth in Malaysia. Journal of Applied Youth Studies, 1(3), 109.
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