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Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013
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Youth culture in Britain from 1960 to 2013

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  • 1. Youth culture a generational unitconsidered as a cultural class orsubculture. Youth culture isdefined through fashion, music,political movements andentertainment in a certain periodof time.
  • 2. 70s Main groups of the 70s were Hippies, Skinheadsand Punks Hippies often wore bright coloured cloths withunusual styles such as bell-bottomed pants andlistened to psychedelic rock
  • 3.  Skinheads were known for wearinglong-sleeve shirts with jeans andmilitary boots they initially listened toreggae until the lyrics became stronglyinfluences by Black culture and theycouldn‟t associate with them anymore. They then founded a new genrecalled 2 tone.
  • 4. 80s In the 80s a group evolved from a club called blitz. This “cult with no name” came from a club in Londoncalled Blitz club, because of this club a new group ofyoung came up calling themselves New romantics orblitz kids which borne from a fashion marriage of theneoclassical and glam rock. Blitz movement was an experimentation in androgynous,sexually liberal stylization and new wave electronics..
  • 5.  The “New Romantics” type of musicevolved from electronic to pop/rock.Some example of bands they listened towere:Duran Duran
  • 6.  The „kids‟ style was influenced by punk.Both genders used a lot of make up, suchas eyeliner and lipstick. Many wore frilly fops shirts in the style ofthe English Romantic period, orexaggerated versions of upscale fashion.
  • 7.  Some famous movies from the 80s whichare still popular now are:E.T. the extra terrestrialDirty Dancing
  • 8. 90s In the 90s no new groups born butthere was new preference on musicstyle. The two types were Jungle andRagga. Jungle, elements of house music andrave culture; the most innovative,original youth culture of the mid-1990s
  • 9.  Predominantly black, ragga music, adance-oriented form of reggae commonlywith the lyric spoken or chatted.
  • 10. Fashion of the Young in the90s
  • 11. 2000 to 2013 The youngsters in the 21° centuryhave not really changed from the oneof the 20° century because we stillhave different groups like hippies,punk, etc.What is different now is that there aremore group existing and people havea bigger variety of music to listen to.

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