Midterm2010 - Youth Cultures Mid-Term The goal of this...

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Youth Cultures Mid-Term The goal of this midterm is to take what you’ve learned so far in the semester and apply it in ways that will help you as you continue and work on your own projects. I want to know that you have learned how to think critically about subcultures as well as be able to give an analytical background and overview of any subculture you examine. Instead of having you look at an entirely new subculture, we’ve chosen to have you look at specific questions surrounding the two subcultures we have examined—punk and hip hop—and use your previous knowledge to examine how they present the subculture. Please answer each of the following questions in at least 600 words total, using the course videos and texts to support your arguments. Use at least two sources for each question. You cannot use a source again in another question, once you have already used it. Question One: 1. In the Greenberg book, youth subcultures are defined not only as resistant to mainstream culture but in terms of their ideology, style, language, and way of life. Compare the
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course EDUCATION 101 taught by Professor Leajacobson during the Spring '10 term at Temple.

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