youth culture

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Noun1.youth culture - young adults (a generational unit) considered as a cultural class or subcultureyouth culture - young adults (a generational unit) considered as a cultural class or subculture
subculture - a social group within a national culture that has distinctive patterns of behavior and beliefs
hip-hop - an urban youth culture associated with rap music and the fashions of African-American residents of the inner city
youth subculture - a minority youth culture whose distinctiveness depended largely on the social class and ethnic background of its members; often characterized by its adoption of a particular music genre
coevals, contemporaries, generation - all the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age
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A central player in rural youth culture was seinenndan culture.
The gangs she studied belong to a tough youth culture known as cholos.
Evangelical Youth Culture: Alternative Music and Extreme Sports Subcultures
The notion of a Youth Culture or sub-culture suggested that the young aged 14 to 23 were being 'socialised' into a special set of values, attitudes and behaviour patterns separate from those of adult society.
While avoiding the dangers of oversimplifying youth culture, it would still behoove educators to attend to how youth culture and accounts of youth culture influence youth's encounter with education.
The North Liverpool Youth Culture Committee was being launched at the Bluecoat this afternoon.
Perhaps more than anything else, David Fowler's Youth Culture in Modern Britain, c1920-c.
THE spate of stabbings and shootings of young people on our streets is a terrible indictment of the emerging youth culture.
It's common knowledge that music interacts with everyday youth culture: but how it does so is the focus of Music & Youth Culture, which uses interviews with and observations of youth groups along with research to examine youth performances, tastes, and more.
The Linlithgow-born , tipped as Moss's successor, said: "It's a shame someone who has a child should behave in that Drugs come with youth culture but you have to make your choice.
In her debut novel, Snakes and Earrings, Japanese author Hitomi Kanehara ingenuously limns the surreal brutality of her country's contemporary youth culture, just as Zadie Smith captured the landscape of "London now" in her first novel, White Teeth.

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