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  • Youth Culture And Youth Subcultures
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    Youth culture and youth subcultures have been a subject of research since the early 1930's. It is most certainly true today that there is not one singular youth culture but a variety of different youth subcultures. The 90's can not be described as the same as the 60's or 70's or even the 80's. There are many reasons put forward by sociologists for this such as there are more styles available today, media influences us more and there is a higher disposable income per household to spend on fashion...
  • Youth Of The 60's
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    The article "From counterculture to Sixties Culture" clearly demonstrates that the hippie movement was not just founded on pure rebellion from what their parents had prescribed. The article reveals that the 60's culture was a product of many factors including the youths reaction to the Vietnam War, the outpouring of self expression on college campuses around the continent, the constantly dynamic civil rights, and especially the rejection of the counterculture by the mainstream society. The war i...
  • Elements Of Emerging Youth Culture
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    John Bishop Grammar Class Vision of young people nowadays In my country, Vietnam, the economic development process since 1986 can be classified into three periods, 1986-89: the economic was centrally planned and highly inefficient, and relied on external assistance, 1990-95: Vietnam faced and embarked on its "Doi Moi" program (renovation) towards an open market- oriented economy, and 1996 to present: Vietnam has been embarking "Doi moi" program. Here, I want to discuss about the last period towa...
  • Their Individualism Through Youth Cultures
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    BIBLIO Youth and Values In an attempt to challenge societal values, youth cultures, in the form of rebellion, act and dress radically and form groups in protest. These dissident actions against the structure of existing society promotes the beginning of new small groups which reflect their own rules, structures, class, gender and ethnic ideologies. So, the youth culture, in challenging societal values, at the same time is reflecting them. In comparing Margaret Mead's young adults in Coming of Ag...
  • Culture
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    Within the broad, yet ever increasing issue of "tween" culture are many causes that are co-related. These sources form the foundation as to why children are becoming more and more desensitized to what once would have been considered a "moral standard" for their age sector. In this particular journal article taken from "Signs", Gayle Wald focuses on the cultural construction of female youth with a spotlight on the music industry. She introduces her readers to the world of female rockers and the w...
  • Residential Treatment Looks For Change
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    Culture, Nature & Freedom: Treating Juvenile Offenders. Gro neman Ar giro, T.W. Civ. 205 December 12, 1996 In Kansas, Juvenile offenders are sent to "Youth Centers". These are merely Child prisons, lock down facilities for kids. This style of treatment goes against every idea of growth put forward in this class. In this paper I will try to justify the use of residential treatment schemes through the ideas found in several of this semesters authors; including T. Huxtley, Rousseau, DuBois, Freud, ...

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