URBAN CULTURES• There are a variety of urban cultures an example: Emos punk metalheads The hooligans metalheads Skinheads• Rappers• Floggers• Gothic
Emos• Refer to themselves as emo by his bearing and his sentimentality for life and go according to an intellectual fashion
PUNK• Is a form of music influenced by hardcore punk and anarcho-punk.1 The style, which emerged in England in the mid-1980s, often has songs with lyrics dark and pessimistic that address political and social ills
METALHEADS• They are politically indifferent they have little respect for organized religion and institutions. Blasphemous iconography. Offending many times Christ and the church
The hooligans• The term hooligan in Latin America is used to designate those groups and individuals within them, organized within the fan of a football club, usually characterized by being protagonists of violent incidents inside and outside the football stadium .
SkinheadsA term meaning a shaved head, is used to refer to members of a youth movement originated in Britain in 1960.
RAPPERS• A rapper is the term designating the person amateur and / or follower of the different genres of hip hop, and gangsta rap, hardcore rap, west coast rap, southern rap, Chicano rap, crunk, Miami bass, funk favela, etc..
FLOGGERS• Flogger is known as a group of people is closely related to Fotolog.com, a website where you upload photos and where users can comment on them
GOTHIC• The goth subculture is a subcultural movement (or underground culture) existing in several countries. It started in the UK in late 1970 and mid 1980, in the gothic rock scene (an offshoot of post-punk).
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