Counter to many election predictions, it's the boomers wot won it. Now we desperately need to reckon with the results.
It's in the government's interest to push the narrative of an "aspirational class", but this wildly obscures what's really going on.
“Political correctness” has begun to signify very little. It can now mean almost any cultural change to which one objects.
There is a need to challenge those who would have us view current economic and social transformation through the lens of generational conflict, writes Per Capita research fellow Philip Taylor.
Last week, Helen Razer accepted an invitation to a Millennial Marketing conference in Melbourne’s Federation Square and, no, she doesn’t know how her name got on their list, either.
As baby boomers get older, they tend to keep their political beliefs. And that is bad news for conservatives.
With Australians living decades longer than they ever have, our expectation that work ceases at 65 is outdated and economically unsustainable, writes Per Capita research fellow Emily Millane.
It's not just foreign competition and the strong dollar -- other factors are important in retail, and explain why some retailers are succeeding when others aren't.
The Woodstock anniversary shows once again the power of the 60s social movements. Except, the women's movement challenged the madonna/whore distinction and we ended up with post-feminism and ... Madonna.
The criticism of Generation Y as over communicators, incapable of political engagement or analytical thought, is all just a little bit of youth bashing history repeating, writes Barney Langford.