List of youth subcultures

This is a list of subcultures.

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Notes

  1. 259
  2. viii, 13, 265
  3. 91 from chapter "Subcultural conflict" by Phil Cohen
  4. 110-111 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber;
  5. 127 from chapter "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
  6. 136-137 from chapter "Second-hand dresses and the role of the ragmarket (1989)" by Angela McRobbie
  7. 304 from chapter "Black hair/style politics" by Kobena Mercer
  8. 101, from chapter "Cultures, subcultures and class", by John Clarke et al.
  9. Pages: 194-196
  10. 309 from chapter: Black hair/style politics by Kobena Mercer
  11. 127-128 from chapter 10 "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
  12. 138 from chapter "Second-hand dresses and the role of the ragmarket (1989)" by Angela McRobbie
  13. chapter "Moments of Ecstasy: oceanic and ecstatic moments in clubbing [1999]" by Ben Malbon, page 496
  14. chapter "Amateur manga subculture and the Otaku incident [2000]" by Sharon Kinsella, page 543
  15. 148-183 Chapter "'Don't need you': Rethinking identity politics and separatism from a grrrl perspective, by Mary Celeste Kearney
  16. 253-256
  17. 295 from chapter 27 "Posing... threats, striking... poses. Youth, surveillance and display (1983)" by Dick Hebdige
  18. 103 from chapter "Cultures, subcultures and class", by John Clarke et al. (rudies = rude boys)
  19. 131 from chapter 10 "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
  20. 339, from chapter "Tattoo enthusiasts. Subculture or figuration? (2003)" by Michael Atkinson
  21. 370-381, from chapter "Real men, phallicism and fascism (1996)" by Murray Healy
  22. 471, chapter "Communities and scenes in popular music (1991)" by Will Straw
  23. 111-112 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber
  24. 107 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber
  25. 126 from chapter 10 "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
  26. 161-162 from chapter "Symbols of trouble" by Stanley Cohen
  27. 273 from chapter "Introduction to part five" by Ken Gelder
  28. 284-287 from chapter "Fashion and revolt (1963)" by T.R. Fyvel
  29. 309 from chapter "Black hair/style politics" by Kobena Mercer
  30. 372 from chapter "Real men, phallicism and fascism (1996)" by Murray Healy
  31. 167–169

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