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There’s a growing appreciation of the unique challenges many millennials face, and not just when it comes to the price of a smashed avocado. What impact does this have on young people’s politics? How do they use social media to engage? And are politicians paying attention? Listen as Ariadne Vromen, Professor of Political Sociology, joins Dr Chris Neff on Open for Discussion to discuss. For full transcript and additional resources visit https://sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2017/10/09/3-ways-millennials-do-politics-differently-.html