Corporate world, traditional media, social networks, security and artificial intelligence: what do young American think about such topics? This analysis gathers and delves deeper into the American data presented in the EYES 2021 (Emergy Youth Early Signs) report on the emerging concerns of 18- to 24-year-olds of five nationalities: Brazilian, Chinese, American, French, and South African. The EYES 2021 report published in February 2022 sought to analyse the perceptions of 18- to 24-year-olds from the five countries in which SKEMA Business School operates, on five political issues prioritised by young people in that age group: traditional media and the press, social media, security, new technologies, and the world of work. The report is the fruit of qualitative interviews conducted with 36 SKEMA students, and of social listening carried out on Twitter between July 2020 and June 2021. The detailed methodology for this work is annexed to the EYES 2021 report.
Director of development, SKEMA PUBLIKA
Claude Revel is an expert in international strategic intelligence and influence. She was one of the French pioneers in these fields. She began her career in 1980 as a high civil servant, then spent several years in the private sector before creating her own consulting firm in 2003. She was then appointed Interministerial Delegate for Economic Intelligence to the French Prime Minister, from May 2013 to June 2015. She then joined the French Court of Auditors for four years. She finally left public administration to create another consulting firm in January 2020. She holds now different poisitions. She is notably in charge of the development of SKEMA Business School's think tank. She taught for many years and wrote several articles and books, the latest ones in 2012 (“La France, un pays sous influences?”) and in 2017 (”Interêt général et marché, la nouvelle donne”). Claude spent her childhood in Africa, then studied in her family home town in Nice. She is a former student of the Ecole national administration (ENA), and graduated from Sciences Po and from Paris II University, in (Business Law.) Claude is Officer of the French Légion d’Honneur since 2014.