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  • 1. Subcultures through the Decades
  • 2. 60s- Mods
    Most important factors of the mod subculture is there fashion was often tailor-made suits. There music selection was a variety of pop music, including African American soul, Jamaican ska, and British beat music and R&B; and Italian motor scooters.
    Mods were reflected in this light as effeminate, stuck-up, emulating the middle classes
    The mod fashion was brands such as Fred Perry and Ben Sherman shirts, Sta-Prest trousers and Levi's jeans.
  • 3. Punks seek to outrage others with the highly theatrical use of there clothing, hairstyles, cosmetics, tattoos jewelry and body modification.
    The ideologies for Punks are mostly concerned with individual freedom and anti-establishment views.
    Come from all different backgrounds. Anti- racist subculture.
    70s - Punks
    Not only did they wear drainpipe jeans and leather clothing there footwear was an important factor such as Converse sneakers skate shoes, brothel creepers, or Dr. Martens boots.
    Two dance styles associated with punk are pogo dancing and moshing.
    Mostly listened to punk rock music such as Sex Pistols.
  • 4. 80s- Skinheads
    Originated among the working class in the 1960s and had a huge impact in the 1980s.
    The skinhead culture was greatly influenced by West Indian (specifically Jamaican) rude boys and British mods, in terms of fashion, music and lifestyle
    The skinhead subculture was associated with black popular music genres such as soul, ska, rocksteady and early reggae
    Three notable groups that formed in the 1980s associated with white power skinheads are White Aryan Resistance, Blood and Honour and Hammerskins.
    Originally, the skinheads were not for politics or race.
    However, attitudes toward race and politics have become factors by which some skinheads align themselves, especially when they had engaged in violence against South Asian Immigrants.