youth subculture

NOUN
  1. 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
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How To Use youth subculture In A Sentence

  • Britpop was Trainspotting's main vehicle to integrate youth subculture into popular culture.
  • A new phenomenon a youth subculture had reared its head, but the Comet seemed satisfied that the borough was not in imminent danger of being overrun.
  • By dint of its association with racist violence, the skinhead scene occupies a special, troubling place among youth subcultures.
  • The'60s and'70s in particular produced a " youth subculture" characterized by unique values and norms. Christianity Today
  • Youth subculture is the inevitable result of the double effect of globalization and transitional society that interact with the physical and psychological character of youth.
  • The claim rang false because punk in its pure form disavowed commercial success, a disavowal that united an otherwise motley array of youth subcultures: high-school misfits, skateboard kids, hardcore skinheads, doped-out postcollegiate slackers. Michael Dirda reviews "Listen to This," by music critic Alex Ross
  • The'60s and'70s in particular produced a " youth subculture" characterized by unique values and norms. Christianity Today
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