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Youth subcultures


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  • 1. Выполнили: Студенты группы 741 Микрюкова А., Мальшакова М., Перевалова Е.
  • 2.
    • What is Subculture?
    • A group of youth with certain characteristics. The youth subculture characteristics can be clothing, hair or foot styles that they all encompass. Lots of times the youth subculture can be around a certain type of music .
  • 3.  
  • 4.
    • -L ive concerts of a loud, aggressive genre of rock music (Minor Threat, Sex Pistols, Green Day)
    • -A nti-authoritarianism, a DIY ethic, non-conformity, direct action
    • -P redominantly male
    • -Colourful hair and clothes
    • -Alcohol, drugs
  • 5. Goth Subculture
    • Black hair, pale face and much make up
    • Gather in cemetery
    • Horror films
    • Believe in ghosts, vampires
    • Love literature about old scary castles, vampires, cursed families, being buried alive and melodramatic plots
  • 6. E mo
    • S ensitive, or have a emotional personality.
    • E mo music started in the eightys and is rapidly moving back in its popularity .
    • E mo most commonly is refered to as a type of fashion.
  • 7. Fashion and music
    • Shaggy black hair, covering
    • forehead and eyes.
    • Black and pink clothes
    • Emotions in music can vary from angry to sad to happy
  • 8.
    • Breakdancing
    • Beatboxing
    • Graffiti art
    • Street fashion
    • Street language
  • 9.
    • Intense, overwhelming liking and enthusiasm for a sporting club
    • Voice their pleasure with a particular play, player, or team by cheering, which consists of clapping, fist-pumping, or shouting positive exclamations
    • Hooliganism
    • O bsession with their team
  • 10.
    • 1. Commitment
    • The members must be committed to a degree that influences the pattern of everyday life for the participant involved, accounting for free time, friendship patterns, shopping routines, going-out habits, collections of commodities, and even internet use.
    • 2. Identity
    • Members must share a sense of affiliation with group insiders, giving feelings of distinction from outsiders.
    • 3. Distinctiveness
    • A set of shared tastes, ideals and values which is distinctive from those of other groups and reasonably consistent within the group.
    • 4. Autonomy
    • Independent and self-governing. The act of not relying on mainstream culture to produce what is needed for the group to function and prosper.
  • 11. According to the teens’ survey in 2007 Fashion industry 10% The mass media Power 8% Imitation, Grouping 20% Misunder standing 19% Spirit of Defiance 20% Solitude 23% WHY DO TEENS JOIN SUBCULTURES?
  • 12.
    • Today rapid changes in our society influence the process of socialization of teenagers.
    • An average family fails to function as a proper agent of socialization, so educative function is practically lost.
    • That’s why a lot of teenagers are subject to the influence of youth subcultures with their own interests, views and faith.
  • 13.
    • If you want to know the answer to this question,
    • Just click :
    • Test yourself!
  • 14.
    • Divide into 5 groups and each one will be responsible for:
    • Group 1 - Punk subculture
    • Group 2 - Goth subculture
    • Group 3 - Emo subculture
    • Group 4 - Rap subculture
    • Group 5 – Sports fans
    • Find the information about your subculture in the
    • Internet .
    • Make a Power Point presentation on your topic and present it to the whole class.
  • 15.
    • Thank you for your
    • attention!