Resistance through Rituals: Youth Subcultures in Post-War Britain

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 3
  • Introduction 5
  • Theory I - Theory I 8
  • Subcultures, Cultures and Class 9
  • Footnote 74
  • Some Notes on the Relationship between the Societal Control Culture and the News Media, and the Construction of a Law and Order Campaign 75
  • Ethnography - Ethnography 80
  • Cultural Responses of the Teds 81
  • The Meaning of Mod 87
  • Footnotes 95
  • The Skinheads & the Magical Recovery of Community 99
  • Doing Nothing 103
  • The Cultural Meaning of Drug Use 106
  • Footnotes 118
  • Ethnography through the Looking-Glass 119
  • Communes 127
  • Reggae, Rastas & Rudies 135
  • Footnotes 153
  • A Strategy for Living 157
  • Structures, Cultures, and Biographies 167
  • Theory II - Theory II 174
  • Style 175
  • Consciousness of Class and Consciousness of Generation 192
  • Girls and Subcultures 209
  • A Note on Marginality 223
  • The Politics of Youth Culture 231
  • Method - Method 242
  • Naturalistic Research into Subcultures and Deviance 243
  • Footnotes 252
  • The Logic-Of-Enquiry of Participant Observation 253
  • References 274
  • Index of Key Terms 286
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