How has youth culture affected the culture of Spain?
Local, National and Global
- Following trends/Being trendy and following their passions
- Will be the same as other countries because that's how it is
- You can't keep your history alive
- The next generation can't experience the history
- Spain can move on from their past and become a technologically advanced country.
- The traditions slowly start to go away and Spain becomes very slow technologically speaking.
- They try to keep their traditions alive by hosting monthly/yearly events to do these traditions.
As a Spanish person who recently came from Spain to Hong Kong, I have grown up seeing the changes that have occurred throughout the years. When I was a little boy, I used to always go outside and play football and other games like that, but when I got older, I was more attached to the electronic devices.
As I have never been to Spain and neither am I from Spain, I don't think that this problem really affects me. However, I do think that this problem will raise with many other countries and then it will affect a whole lot more people.
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