Lec 1 Introduction
Lec 1 Intro.
Adolescence and Youth Culture
- adolescence = anyone who left the family to find work, social personae, independence from the family
- 1904 Stanley G Paul
Used this word 'adolescenc
Chapter 2: Rockers, Hippies, and Geeks
- Origin of true youth culture is in the 1950s and 1960s
- With the emergence of the first young rebel of the post war era
- Elvis and Beatles
- Youths who created and engaged in Elvis culture were rebel without a po
Lec 4 Rebellion cont.
- So far - Danesi Chapter 1 and 2 textbook (themes)
- Sections from Miller reading (next week)
Rebellion - can be moving away from the family, extended period of adolescence,
- Rebellion is natural = traum
Lec 2 Rebellion
Lec 2 Rebe.
Still in Chapter 1
Music is important to understand youth culture
Know - rock and roll, punk, rap, hippie,
"the Beat writers"
Hipsters -> used to describe people with thick-rimmed glasses, people who ar
Lecture 5 Rebellion Conclusion and Subculture
February 6, 2013
The report is 1 to 2 pages, can be point form.
Chicago style referencing
Take any 2 readings from the Miller text
Rebellion never really goes away when discussing youth culture
Lec 3 Rebellion continued.
Lec 3 Subc.
Lec 3 Rebe.
- Why most young people rebel, at least symbolically?
'cutting the embilical cord' from the parents (metaphor)
Prodigal Son, and Buddha
Economic affluence, financial means
Chapter 1: Adolescents, Teenagers, and youth culture
- Exterior, behavior, speech
- Not necessarily interior/biological
o Though theres lot of connection between body, mind and culture
- Cultural perceptions of when youth starts and ends