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    • 1. «Субкультура – образ жизни или…» (Subculture is a way of life or…) Автор: Ириолова Алина Дмитриевна, учитель английского языка МБОУ лицея № 64 г. Краснодара, аспирант Адыгейского государственного университета.
    • 2. The subculture is a way of life…
    • 3. Subculture is a community of people whose beliefs, views on life and behavior are different from conventional or simply hidden from the public, which distinguishes them from the broader concepts of culture, a branch of which they are. Most often, subcultures transferred to a separate ideological concept, as in the case of LGBT as hard to call a culture to which she belonged.
    • 4. Considered belonging to a subculture of stigma is not worth it, unless it grows beyond human society. Defiance of representatives of some flows become so stereotyped, that the very name has become synonymous with subcultures.
    • 5. Subculture Animations Animation is one of the youngest subculture in Russia. It became popular in 1990-2000 years. But this subculture appeared in Japan. Animation can be a man of any age, sex, social status and nationality. The representatives of this subculture watch Japanese cartoons which are called anime and read the Japanese comics-manga.
    • 6. Animations divide on some category: • • • • • Kosplears Mangaka Classical animations People is engaged fan-art Otaky
    • 7. Kosplears Kosplears are people who change clothes in costumes by the hero anime and play various interpretations. They always sew costumes themselves, they buy wigs and attributes in special shops. The price of such costumes reaches 5 thousand rubles.
    • 8. Kosplay is an original theatre of characters anime, mangas, the Japanese video games and also historical Japanese costumes (a kimono ).
    • 9. One of the costumes of heroes of an anime (Death note)
    • 10. Kosplears usually spend festivals on special parties which are connected with anime and manga culture
    • 11. • In the Russian subculture a lot of attention is given to the appearance and disclosing of the chosen image through theatrical performances and its realization on public. Also in frameworks photocosplay disclosing of an image, characteristic poses and backgrounds, subject shooting is welcomed.
    • 12. Fan-arts draw the characters anime in unusual circumstances.
    • 13. Mangakas draw comics. They become an anime.
    • 14. Otakey
    • 15. Pictures from the festival anime in Japan
    • 16. Classical animation looks like that
    • 17. Talking about the appearance of animation • A distinctive feature of an animation is his bag. There should be an image of the character of anime and many badges on it. • As many animations make unusual hairdressers and paint hair in different colours. • Among girl the image of the Japanese schoolgirl is distributed: short skirt, blouse, tie and gulfs.
    • 18. The room of the animation looks like that
    • 19. Animations listen to the Japanese music, adore the Japanese dishes, culture, art and consider this country as an embodiment of the certain ideal. Animations are against drugs and try to lead healthy way of life: why should we spend money for cigarettes, alcohol and drugs when it is possible to buy a disk, a bag or a T-shirt with the image of a favourite hero.
    • 20. What do they want?
    • 21. • • • • They want to express their own identity. They want to show off. They want to be in collective. They want to help people around and to find themselves.
    • 22. The majority of people of the senior generation don’t like subcultures. They think that teenagers join this or that subculture under the influence of the bad companies or thus try to make the protest against society. They suppose that the subculture is connected with such concepts as disrespect, callousness, immorality. In society people think that animations are people who are either children or adults, their life is not folded. Animations are alike gotts, emoes and punks. People, who consider so, actually are mistaken very strong.
    • 23. Why have I chosen this subculture? • I have chosen this subculture because animations are colouful among the crowd. • Animations aren’t afraid of being not similar to others.
    • 24. • I consider that this subculture is the best, compared with all subcultures. They don’t make any harm they are in collective among those who understand them.
    • 25. I think that the society has prejudices and doesn’t trust aminations. This leads to misunderstanding between children and their parents.
    • 26. Writer is the person who engaged graffiti. A synonym «writer» is the word graffitier. Graffiti is inscriptions or pictures on walls of buildings, on fences and other vertical surfaces. Sometimes the form of folk-lore. It is considered one of kinds of self-expressions of youth.
    • 27. The first writer in history is considered to be Taki183. Basically he was engaged tagging. His tag could be seen practically in any part of New York. Tagging- it is fast drawing of inscriptions on surfaces in public places. Tagging it also a label of a place («I here was»).
    • 28. Skilled writers can write tag for 2-3 seconds (3-4 letters).
    • 29. Modern graffiti on train.
    • 30. Drawing graffiti on buildings without the permission of owners is treated in criminal law of many countries as vandalism.
    • 31. In some countries of Europe it is necessary to receive the license to draw graffiti.
    • 32. Sometimes graffiti is employed to communicate social and political messages. Examples of modern graffiti styles
    • 33. The main thing for writer is the culture graffiti .Writer should not spoil the valuable buildings.
    • 34. Subculture Hippie
    • 35. • Hippies (English hippy or hippie; from translation and definition. Hip or hep, «understanding, knowing» (hipster formerly known as bebop subculture of fans) - Philosophy and subculture, originally appeared in 1960 in the USA.
    • 36. Symbols of the hippies Culture "hippie" has its own symbols, signs and accessories attributes. For the representatives of the hippy movement, in accordance with their worldview, characterized by the introduction of ethnic costume elements: beads, beaded or woven threads, bracelets ("souvenirs") and others, and use of textiles dyed in "tai-dai" (or otherwise - "Shibori").
    • 37. Slogans hippie: • «Make Love, Not War» («Занимайтесь любовью, а не войной») • «Off The Pig!» («Выключи свинью!») (игра слов — «свиньёй» назывался пулемет M60, немаловажный атрибут и символ Вьетнамской войны) • «Give Peace A Chance» («Дайте миру шанс») (название песни Джона Леннона) • «Hell No, We Won’t Go!» («Ничерта мы не уйдём!») • «All You Need Is Love!» («Всё, что нужно, это любовь!») (название песни The Beatles)
    • 38. Famous Hippie: Anna Gerasimova Yuri Morozov Eugene Chicherin Sergei Solmi Olga Arefieva
    • 39. Biography Eugene Chicherin : • Born July 14, 1972 in Perm. In the late 80's has collaborated with the society "Kartinnik" Old Man Bukashkin (Ekaterinburg). Was one of the major figures of the Permian hippovoy hangouts. • Committed suicide in 1999.
    • 40. The ravers — youth subculture of constant participants of raves — the parties of the electronic dance music which has received mass popularity in 1988 in Great Britain. The rave – from an English word, rave – delirium to rave, incoherent speech. Also – to roar, rage, storm, howl.
    • 41. The word “rave” • In the late 1980s, the word "rave" was adopted to describe the subculture that grew out of the acid house movement. Activities were related to the party atmosphere of Ibiza, a Mediterranean island in Spain, frequented by British, Italians, and German youth on vacation. The fear that a certain number of rave party attendees used "club drugs" such as MDMA, cocaine, amphetamines and, more recently, ketamine, was taken by authorities as a pretext to ban those parties altogether.
    • 42. • By 1991, organisations such as Fantazia, Universe, Raindance and Amnesia House were holding massive legal raves in fields and warehouses around the country. Vision at Pophams airfield in August 1992, attracted 40,000 people. Another notable event was Universe's Tribal Gathering in 1993. •The illegal free party scene also reached its zenith for that time after a particularly large festival, when many individual sound systems such as Bedlam, Circus Warp, DIY, and Spiral Tribe set up near Castlemorton Common.
    • 43. • In the late 80s, rave culture began to filter through from English ex-pats and DJs who would visit Europe. However, rave culture's major expansion in North America is often credited to Frankie Bones, who after spinning a party in an aircraft hangar in England helped organize some of the earliest known American raves in New York City that maintained a consistent core audience. After this, hundreds of smaller promotional groups sprung up across the east coast, and later the west coast, causing a true "scene" to develop. •Raves were also represented in mainstream culture, even this early in their existence. The film Party Monster (2003) shared aspects of the rave scene via anachronism, since it was set during the "Club Kid" era of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
    • 44. Los Angeles had Raves early as 1988. The early rave scene thrived in Los Angeles due to the fact that the city had such a large, multi-cultural population, a dry/temperate climate, and vast amounts of space which made locations plentiful. Warehouses were often broken into or hired (often through deceptive means to unsuspecting owners), a sound system and lighting was set up on the day of the event, and people would phone the info lines on the backs of flyers on the evening of the party to find out the location. This would often involve first going to a map point, which would be a predetermined location where people would get tickets and directions to the actual event, or directions to another map point. The map points would often be used to create excitement and anticipation for the rave, but also to allude police and large numbers of people loitering outside of the venue. Raves would often range from smaller, more intimate low-budget events, to large, full scale productions with multiple international DJ's and acts, expensive lasers and visual effects, and props often in theme with the event. Some of the better known early events were Alice's House, Under The Paw Paw Patch, Love. Sex. Dance, Grape Ape, Gilligan's, Truth, and Double Hit Mickey.
    • 45. San Francisco has long been a Mecca for ravers from all over the world and true to form a lot of the early promoters and DJs were from the UK and Europe. For almost ten years after the initial raves took place, one could find up to 2 to 4 parties happening a weekend and sometimes on the same night. There was no curfew in place, which allowed the SF scene to explode by the late 90's when venues would have up to 20,000 people every weekend;
    • 46. Peace Love Unity Respect • • • • • Some cultural tenets associated with rave culture are: "Peace" "Love" "Unity" "Respect" •The word "Responsibility" was added to the acronym PLUR during the mid to late 90s to promote awareness of increased drug overdoses at raves.
    • 47. See also: • Love Parade • Hardcore techno • Gabber • Electronic body music
    • 48. Rave dance (sometimes referred to as hard dance) refers to the street dance styles that evolved alongside rave culture. Such dances are street dances since they evolved alongside the underground rave movements, thus without the intervention of dance studios. Sometimes cluboriented dances would be dancetecktonik is sometimes danced to fast-paced electro house. Depending on the rave, raver and the type of music played, specific dances that are danced by ravers to accompany the music may vary. For example the melbourne shuffle is often danced to hardstyle and hard trance and stepping often done to drum and bass.
    • 49. • Bikers are amateurs and admirers of motor Bicycles. unlike ordinary motorcyclists, for Bikers motor Bicycle is part of appearance. Bikers motion was engendered in 1950 in the usa, then it got to europe and russia.
    • 50. • bikers were divided into several aggressive and warring factions. The most famous group - Hells Angels («Hell's Angels").
    • 51. the appearance of a Biker: external kind Bikers: Bandama (head shawl of dark tones),skins motto jacket,skins trousers, tattoo. they release long hairs, often moustaches, Beard . for protecting eyes from wind they carry glasses, quite often slam.
    • 52. • Bikers listen any music -from symphonies to pop-music, shansone. more widespread are fate, khad- fate, metall, Blues.
    • 53. Symbolism can you imagine a Biker without any symBols? without the skull, of course! and do you know what symBolizes a skull for them? so, it means protection from death for them. there is the Belief that when death comes, it leaves its mark on the head a skull, and if a person has already this characteristic, the death does not affect in this case.
    • 54. Bikers are precisely free and selfconfident people. they are characterized By funny party, lots of Beer.
    • 55. • a suBculture is the choice of each person.
    • 56. One of the representative of the subculture mod is Rihanna.
    • 57. The subculture is • • • • • a way of life, amusement, common company of friends, the scene of life, your vision of the world around…
    • 58. Список использованной литературы и Интернет-ресурсов: • Клементьева Т.В. «Английский язык. Грамматика» М: Олимп, Хатбер, 1997 • Кравцова Л.И. «Английский язык» М, Высшая школа, 2003 • Кузовлев В.П., Лапа Н. М., Перегудова Э.Ш., и др. «Английский язык» (10-11 класс) – М. Просвещение, 2009 • Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. – London: Longman, 1995. – 1668 p. • http://yqyq.net/78873Sovremennye_molodezhnye_subkul_tury.html • http://www.fashion-lifestyle.net/subculture_en_broi8 • www.squidoo.com/mod-subculture
    • 59. Thank you for cooperation

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