List of subcultures

This is a list of subcultures.

Contents

  • A 1
  • B 2
  • C 3
  • D 4
  • E 5
  • F 6
  • G 7
  • H 8
  • I 9
  • J 10
  • L 11
  • M 12
  • N 13
  • O 14
  • P 15
  • Q 16
  • R 17
  • S 18
  • T 19
  • V 20
  • W 21
  • Z 22
  • See also 23
  • Notes 24
  • References 25

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

V

W

Z

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Sources for Alcoholics Anonymous:
  2. ^ BDSM sources:
  3. ^ pages 295. Chapter 27 "Posing... threats, striking... poses. Youth, surveillance and display (1983)" by Dick Hebdige
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  7. ^ Sources for Bodybuilding:
  8. ^ Sources:
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  10. ^ a b
  11. ^ , pages 101-102, 154-184
  12. ^ Sources:
  13. ^ Sources:
  14. ^ Sources for emo subculture:
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  17. ^ Sources:
  18. ^ Sources for glam:
    • , pages: 6, 19-20, 34-35, 66, 78, 92, 259
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  20. ^
  21. ^ pages 91, from chapter "Subcultural conflict" by Phil Cohen
  22. ^ Sources:
    • ,pages 179-185
  23. ^ Sources:
    • , pages viii, 13, 265
  24. ^ pages:
    • 23 chapter "Introduction to part one, by Ken Gelder
    • 91 from chapter "Subcultural conflict" by Phil Cohen
    • 106, 110-111 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber;
    • 127 from chapter "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
    • 136-137 from chapter "Second-hand dresses and the role of the ragmarket (1989)" by Angela McRobbie
    • 304 from chapter "Black hair/style politics" by Kobena Mercer
  25. ^ , page 68-71
  26. ^ Sources:
  27. ^
  28. ^ pages:
    • 84, 91, from chapter "Subcultural conflict" by Phil Cohen;
    • 94, 101, from chapter "Cultures, subcultures and class", by John Clarke et al.
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  30. ^
  31. ^ Sources for nudism:
    • Pages: 179 194-196
  32. ^ Sources:
    • pages: 516, 550
  33. ^ Pachuco sources:
    • page: 309 from chapter: Black hair/style politics by Kobena Mercer
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  35. ^
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  39. ^ pages:
    • 84 from chapter "Introduction to part two" by Ken Gelder
    • 121-124, 127-128 from chapter 10 "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
    • 138 from chapter "Second-hand dresses and the role of the ragmarket (1989)" by Angela McRobbie
  40. ^ Sources:
      • chapter "The social logic of subcultural capital" by Sarah Thorton, page 192
      • chapter "Moments of Ecstasy: oceanic and ecstatic moments in clubbing [1999]" by Ben Malbon, page 496
      • chapter "Amateur manga subculture and the Otaku incident [2000]" by Sharon Kinsella, page 543
  41. ^ Sources:
    • , page 67
    • 148-183 Chapter "'Don't need you': Rethinking identity politics and separatism from a grrrl perspective, by Mary Celeste Kearney
    • , 253-256
  42. ^ a b , pages 721,728
  43. ^ pages:
    • 94, 109-110 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber
    • 295 from chapter 27 "Posing... threats, striking... poses. Youth, surveillance and display (1983)" by Dick Hebdige
  44. ^ Sources:
  45. ^ Sources:
    • , page 100
    • pages 103 from chapter "Cultures, subcultures and class", by John Clarke et al. (rudies = rude boys)
  46. ^ pages:
    • 90, from chapter "Subcultural conflict" by Phil Cohen
    • 131 from chapter 10 "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
  47. ^ Sources for Scouting:
  48. ^ a b pages:
    • 294, from chapter 27 "Posing... threats, striking... poses. Youth, surveillance and display (1983)" by Dick Hebdige
    • 339, from chapter "Tattoo enthusiasts. Subculture or figuration? (2003)" by Michael Atkinson
    • 370-381, from chapter "Real men, phallicism and fascism (1996)" by Murray Healy
    • 471, chapter "Communities and scenes in popular music (1991)" by Will Straw
  49. ^
  50. ^ http://www.ica.org.uk/20362/DANCESCHOOL/Subjective-Thoughts-On-A-Neglected-Scene.html Soulboy
  51. ^ Sources for steampunk:
  52. ^ Sources for swinging:
  53. ^ Sources:
    • pages:
      • 84 from chapter "Introduction to part two" by Ken Gelder
      • 111-112 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber
  54. ^ pages:
    • 98, 101, 102 from chapter "Cultures, subcultures and class", by John Clarke et al.
    • 105, 107 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber
    • 126 from chapter 10 "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
    • 161-162 from chapter "Symbols of trouble" by Stanley Cohen
    • 273 from chapter "Introduction to part five" by Ken Gelder
    • 284-287 from chapter "Fashion and revolt (1963)" by T.R. Fyvel
    • 309 from chapter "Black hair/style politics" by Kobena Mercer
    • 367, 372 from chapter "Real men, phallicism and fascism (1996)" by Murray Healy
  55. ^ Trekkie sources:
    • page 167–169
  56. ^ Ordered Misbehavior – The Structuring of an Illegal Endeavor by Alf Rehn. A study of the illegal subculture known as the "warez scene".
  57. ^
  58. ^ Zazou sources:

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