Generational Challenges in National Security Education

doi: 10.32561/nsz.2022.3.1


In recent years, increasingly far-reaching findings and researches on different generations appear, and parallel to  this, the challenges related to the topic keep emerging in almost every area of life. The latter is particularly strong in the field of employment and education, the main reason for which is that the completely different attitudes of the younger generations have catalysed serious changes in both segments. In addition, in recent years, the global technological and IT development have accelerated tremendously, and the generations of the digital age are socialising in a completely different environment than their predecessors. Thus, their vision on the world, their values and their future prospects are also fundamentally different. 


national security, generational challenges, national security education


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