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Introduction The reason I have decided to investigate the topic «Subcultures are also popular in Russia, as in England» is that it is interesting for me first of all. I have always wanted to know the reasons for which the teenagers become neformals and how they do differ from the rest of the population. I think that this theme will be interesting for everyone because we need to learn to understand people who differ from us, to realize the real social causes of their behavior.
The main questions It is considered that England is the birthplace of subcultures. I wanted to find out whether subcultures are popular in Russia too. Why is it so? Why did some subcultures gain worldwide recognition, and others did not? And, finally, what are the differences between Russian and English subcultures? Let’s answer these questions.
Actuality - We need to learn to understand people who differ from us, to realize the real social causes of their behavior Aims and goals – To find out information about subcultures in Russia and England; to compare the popularity of subcultures in these countries Methods of research - The analysis of the Internet sources, comparison, research
Structure Part 1.Role of subcultures in lives of youth -What is subculture -Why teenagers become members of an informal social group Part 2.England is a homeland of subcultures Part 3. Russia – difference of subcultures Part 4.Comparison of popularity of subcultures in England and Russia Part 5. Graphics Part 6. Sources of the Internet
What is subculture? -a group of individuals that don’t share some qualities that the majority of society share, but the group has its own values, beliefs, norms, behaviour, etc. * subcultures offer youth a solution, albeit at a superficial level, to help solve the collective problems they experience. * generating force which provides for a sense of belonging and identity.
Why teenagers become members of an informal social group Youth subculture helps young people to show their individuality, to realize their potential and find their place in life. That is why young people are looking for people with a similar system of their own value orientation.
Teddy Boy It originated in the 1950s The clothes were mostly tailor-made at great expense, and paid for through weekly installments Teddy Boy clothing included drape jackets reminiscent of 1940s American zoot suits worn by Italian-American, Chicano and African-American communities (such as Cab Calloway or Louis Jordan), usually in dark shades, sometimes with a velvet trim collar and pocket flaps, and high-waist "drainpipe" trousers, often exposing the socks.
Punks It originated in 1930s in Wales film. The subculture is largely characterized by anti-establishment views and the promotion of individual freedom Centres on punk rock music, includes a diverse array of ideologies, fashions and forms of expression, including visual art, dance, literature and film.
Casual subculture It originated in the early 1980s Subsection of association football culture that is typified by football hooliganism and the wearing of expensive designer clothing They did not wear club colours, so it was allegedly easier to infiltrate rival groups and to enter pubs
Grebo It orinated in the late 1980s and early 1990s Dreadlocks, partially shaved heads and high ponytails, undercut or shaved long hair, leather bike jackets and/or jeans, baggy clothing, boots, lumberjack shirts, loose tatty jeans, army surplus clothing, and eccentric hats and scarfs
Freestylers It originated in the 1980s Wear wide breeches, caps or head scarves, sports boot and anything suitable for sports Gopniks are identified by a specific style of dress (usually athletic gear or track suits), haircut, and predilection for violence, aggressive behavior, criminality, racism towards non-ethnic Russians, smoking and alcohol abuse
Part 4.Comparison of popularity of subcultures of England and Russia British magazine «Dased», August,2015. Researchers interviewed 35 random people. The questions were the following: 1). Are you a member of an informal group? If yes, which group do you belong to? If no, what informal group would you like to belong to? 2). Do you have any friends who are neformals? Who are they? 3). What subculture do you support and encourage?
Conclusion I conducted a study and found out that subcultures in Russia are not as popular as in England. My hypothesis that subcultures in Russia are popular as well as in England is confirmed partly. Researches showed that there are much more supporters of various subcultures in England than in Russia. My researches have practical value. They can be used at meetings of Club of virtual travel around the English-speaking countries, which works in our school and at English lessons during learning of the theme “Youth Subcultures’’
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