Articles de colloque
Book of Abstracts: Qualitative Research in Communication 2015
Intergenerational communication and learning empowers different generations valuing their knowledge (Ivan & Fernández-Ardèvol, 2014; Newman & Hatton- Yeo, 2008). Traditionally, elders has been recognized by their wisdom and had given a responsibility in the cultural heritage transmission to younger generations (Stiegelbauer, 1996; Weinstein-Shr & Henkin, 1991). Scientific and technological knowledge in the information society has relegated elders as knowledge authorities; moreover, young generations often refuse elders’ knowledge (Cattell, 1994; Weinstein-Shr & Henkin, 1991).