Studies in Culture & Identity - Youth

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ALBERT COHEN (1955)
Tried to explain delinquent youth subcultures. Young WC men commit more crimes - education - less likely to succeed - areas of big groups of WC men - status frustration w/ inverted norms&values - get back at society - Burberry clothing example.
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ANTONIO GRAMSCI
Idea of hegemony used to understand how young people express resistance to mainstream culture symbolically. Persuade disadvantaged groups to accept polital/moral values of ruling class (hegemony) - youth subcultures resistance to this.
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STUART HALL
Mods, Punks, Rockers
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BASIL BERNSTEIN
How social class of family influences our language. Does this difference in primary socialisation have an impact on academic success?
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HARALAMBOS & HOLBORN (2000)
Claim that middle-class parents emphasise high academic achievement and reward this success. Does this help to achieve why MC children achieve better examination results?
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Idea of hegemony used to understand how young people express resistance to mainstream culture symbolically. Persuade disadvantaged groups to accept polital/moral values of ruling class (hegemony) - youth subcultures resistance to this.

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ANTONIO GRAMSCI

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Mods, Punks, Rockers

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How social class of family influences our language. Does this difference in primary socialisation have an impact on academic success?

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Claim that middle-class parents emphasise high academic achievement and reward this success. Does this help to achieve why MC children achieve better examination results?

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