Why Play Games When There’s Work To Do? Fun, Games and Social Change

“There are at least two kinds of games.  One would be called finite, the other infinite.  A finite game is …

Adam Fletcher in Articles February 22

Facing Adultism by Adam Fletcher

Discover a grim reality facing all children and youth today called adultism. Do you feel like society treats young people …

Adam Fletcher in Books February 5

Defeating Adultism

Our society is deeply entrenched in adultism, which is bias towards adults and consequently, discrimination against young people. It is prevalent throughout …

Cultural Adultism

Cultural adultism is a very ambiguous, yet very prevalent, form of discrimination and intolerance towards youth. Any restriction or exploitation of people because …

Institutional Adultism

Institutional adultism may be apparent in any instance of systemic bias where formalized limitations or demands are placed on people …