David Livingston wrote:I have thought for some time that in the "west " and to a lesser extent the "east" that we are extending child hood by increasing the time in education and reducing the expectation of when young people should get married , then I read this https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/09/has-the-smartphone-destroyed-a-generation/534198/ claiming everything is the effect of the smart phone generation , not so sure about that . It is becoming obvious that with out immigration then we would have population decline in both europe and the USA . Japan , Scotland Ireland and other area regions already have issues with this . I wonder if this is the planet effecting humans or something similar . What does everyone else think ?
David Livingston wrote:...The writing blames "smart phones " for changing young peoples behaviour but I see this as part of a wider issue that predates the use of these phones. ....
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