Midterm-Question3

Midterm-Question3 - Walid Hamidy RWS 305 Vanderpot...

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Walid Hamidy RWS 305 Vanderpot 11/4/2008 3. Do you think it is even possible for young people to have their own culture? Young people have a specific culture, but where does this come from? Many say, “The apple doesn’t fall from the tree.” Through the advances of technology we have gadgets which our parents did not have growing up. Many improvements have been made in existing culture which young people tend to associate with. The cell phone is a natural part of the lives of the young. With the cell phone, they attend to their everyday routines, maintain social relationships, and express their own style and way of life. A cell phone signifies cultural change pertaining to the youth; because if you regress to fifteen years ago, it was rare for teenagers and kids to have one. The cultural differences between the young and the older generation are not vast in their basic message but in their delivery. America’s youth tends to group themselves into sub-cultural categories: preppies, emos, Goths, punks, metal heads, surfers, and hippies. Not all young people
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