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Our selection of videos on this month's theme: Future of Families

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Family of the Future
Dragon Rouge has created the families of the future – a new approach to segmentation – considering groups of people, rather than just individuals. We’ve based the families on six forces that are impacting the shape and nature of family life. The families provide an insight into the decision-making units of tomorrow, the ones that brands will need to interact with and inspire.

 

Stuff From The Future - What will Families be like in the Future?
Will overpopulation alter the commonly-accepted family structure? Tune in as General Manager and Editor-in-Chief Conal Byrne discusses how current global trends may alter future societies, and possibly change the concept of 'family' altogether.

 

What Will Families Look Like In The Future?
The definition of family is an ever-changing one, but what will family life look like in fifty years? John and Hannah discuss.

 

Demographic trends, changes in family economic well-being, and family structures
Eileen Crimmins, Ph.D. – AARP Professor of Gerontology, the Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern California

 

Families of the Future: Future Shock
Large scale unemployment is a reflection of forces beyond an individual level. The break-up of the nuclear family is in part a reflection of industrialism. What can we do to adapt to the families of the future.

 

The Future of Marriage and Family Life
The panel discussed the most explosive issues of modern family life: same-sex marriage, covenant marriage, abolition of marriage as a legal category, the role of the church in marriage reform.

 

The Future of Marriage: A Continuing Crisis or A New Equilibrium?
Ross Douthat joined The New York Times as an Op-Ed columnist in April 2009. Previously, he was a senior editor at the Atlantic and a blogger for theatlantic.com.

 

The Future of Family and Work
How Today's Demographic, Workforce, and Gender Changes Are Shaping the Future

 

Liza Mundy on Families, the Future of Social Policy, and Breaking the Jetson’s Fallacy
The once-typical family roles depicted in "The Jetsons" cartoon as a family of the future have not come to pass. Today’s families have diverse characteristics and needs. Liza Mundy of New America's Breadwinning and Caregiving program explains how it is time for policymakers to catch up and design more integrated approaches that cut across tradition policy silos.

 

CASBS Looking Ahead: The Future of Relationships, Families and Work in the Digital Age. Pt.1
Participants: Clifford I. Nass, CASBS Fellow, Communication, Stanford University; Kathleen Gerson, CASBS Fellow, Sociology, New York University; Discuss the Future of Relationships, Families and Work in the Digital Age.

 

CASBS Looking Ahead: The Future of Relationships, Families and Work in the Digital Age. Pt.2
Participants: Clifford I. Nass, CASBS Fellow, Communication, Stanford University; Kathleen Gerson, CASBS Fellow, Sociology, New York University; Discuss the Future of Relationships, Families and Work in the Digital Age.

 

CASBS Looking Ahead: The Future of Relationships, Families and Work in the Digital Age. Pt.3
Participants: Clifford I. Nass, CASBS Fellow, Communication, Stanford University; Kathleen Gerson, CASBS Fellow, Sociology, New York University; Discuss the Future of Relationships, Families and Work in the Digital Age.

 

CASBS Looking Ahead: The Future of Relationships, Families and Work in the Digital Age. Pt.4
Participants: Clifford I. Nass, CASBS Fellow, Communication, Stanford University; Kathleen Gerson, CASBS Fellow, Sociology, New York University; Discuss the Future of Relationships, Families and Work in the Digital Age.

 

Podcast: As Families Change Shape, Societies May Too
The family has long been the central unit of many societies. But now, people around the world are marrying less and having fewer children. By 2050, seniors may outnumber children worldwide. Geographer Joel Kotkin shares a new report outlining the economic, political and cultural implications of the changes underway in the traditional family unit.

 

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