Notes+11.9.2010 - History 158C 11.9.2010 The 1960s I....

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History 158C 11.9.2010 The 1960s I. Defining Features Revolutionary Upheaval o Established authority is challenged Children vs. parents, citizens vs. state, students vs. administrators, etc Participation calls for a participatory democracy Rise of a counter-counter culture o Extreme version of a counter culture spectacle Situationists emphasize role of spectacle o Globalized counter culture o International language of protest o Universal uniform jeans & rock n roll Rise of new sub-cultures and social movements o Youth sub-culture critical response to established authority o Critique of society o Feminism o Gay rights o Environmentalism o Civil rights Permissiveness o Philip Larkin Sexual intercourse began in 1963 o Lady Chatterley’s Lover D. H. Lawrence o Joy of Sex Optimism/Confidence o Spending more consumer durables confidence o Mood New Dawn more open, egalitarian world Advances in Technology/Modernization
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