youth subculture

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a minority youth culture whose distinctiveness depended largely on the social class and ethnic background of its members

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responded like a seasoned decoder of youth subcultures.
Across the history of the urbanised world, youth subcultures and the moral panic (Cohen 1972, Goode and Ben-Yehuda 1994) surrounding them have thrived.
The alternative youth subculture has continued to adapt by adopting nose-piercing, eyebrow-piercing and lip-piercing as badges of membership; there are signs that nose-piercing is on the fringes of 'respectability', at least among women, but eyebrows and lips remain areas whose piercings retain the power to shock.
A lecture and documentary featuring the film "Our Nation: A Korean Punk Rock Community" documenting the rise of a new youth subculture in Korea.
Emerging from the skinhead youth subculture in Britain at the end of the 1970s, and spreading to the continent and across the Atlantic in the following decade, it has served as accompaniment to a rising tide of racist and anti-immigrant violence in Germany, and become a focus of recruiting for the radical right world-wide.
As Bushnell (215-216) concludes in regard to the larger Soviet urban youth subculture, of which these groups are a part:
The tobacco industry has tried to infuse itself into youth subculture by aligning with popular icons and activities," said Dr.
Educational science scholars and sociologists from Germany and Brazil present current developments in qualitative research in education, summarizing the development of these methods and studies in educational science in Brazil and Germany, and exploring the documentary method and its application in different research topics, including school-to-work transitions of young women, youth subculture, child peer groups, socially disadvantaged youth, migrants, and recording aesthetic experience in diaries.
Through these exciting experiences, Ferrell offers us not only important insights into the emergence of a modern criminal youth subculture, but he also provides a rich portrait of a criminologist who is truly in love with his work.
Specifically, they discuss gendered and racialized rivalries in schools; neighborhoods and the effect of urban space; how class-based expressions of youth subculture are shaped by racism, colonialism, and multiculturalism; and young people's concepts of belonging, identity, and feelings of security in relation to the nation-state.
More importantly, the youthful pickpocket activity of Appo, Caulfield, Lyons and undoubtedly others raises difficult and complicated questions about the impact and importance of this youth subculture.
British youth subculture from the 1960s in the form of Mods and Rockers has inspired the theme of this year's Unite/CPHVA conference party, on the first day of conference at 8pm.
Transfer: Arte Urbana e Contemporanea, Transferencias e Transformacoes" (Transfer: Urban and Contemporary Art, Transfers and Transformations) brought Brazilian youth subcultures of street art, underground comics, fanzines, independent music, and skateboarding to a newly opened museum built according to an early 1950s design by Oscar Niemeyer.
In Chapter Seven Walton focuses on popular and youth subcultures by bringing into attention Stuart Hall's and Paddy Whannel's The Popular Arts (1965) which contributed to re-evaluate popular culture by means of getting readers and audiences to judge popular forms from their own point of view.
Mods and Rockers were two youth subcultures of the early-mid 1960s.
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