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2  Young people have a particular relationship with the world. There are many groupings that have interests different from those of the mainstream culture. A particular cultural grouping is a way for young people to express their individuality

3 What is a Subculture?  A Subculture is a group with a distinct style and identity. Different subcultures have their own beliefs, value systems, fashion, and fowourite music.  The features of a grouping Cultural grouping = subculture image values music

4 Subcultures in Russia in the 20-th century. Oktyabryata Punks Skinheads Hippie Young Pioneers Bikers Komsomol Beatlamen Stealyagi

5 Young Pioneer Organization   All Union Young Pioneer Organization named after V. I. Lenin was organized in the USSR in Its name was to unite and to bring up children as real Soviet citizens, fully devoted to the Communist Party and Soviet Union. Pupils aged from 9 to 14 years joined to Young Pioneer Organization. The hymn of Young Pioneers is “ March of Young Pioneers”

6 Punks   Punk subculture appeared in Rassia in the s last century. Punks are characterised as people who have critical attilude to the society and politics. They dress in a shocking way. They have brightly coloured hair and wear metal chains. Punks listen to aggressive music and reject everything.

7 Octyabryata   The term “Octyabryata” appeared in Soviet Union in Octyabryata were 7-9 year-old pupils. Their leaders were a Young Pioneer leader or a Komsomol leader. Octyabryata wore a badge in a form of a red star with a portrait of V. I. Lenin. There were special rules for octyabryata. All the children of the USSR were obliged to take part in all Communist Organizations for children like Octyabryata, The Young Pioneer Organization, Komsomol.

8 Komsomol   Komsomol was a mass public and political organization of young people from the age of 14 to 28 in Soviet Union in the 20-th centry. It was born in October, 1918 Komsomol was a school for the youth. About million young people joined it every year. Komsomol helped the Communist Party to educate the youth in the revolutionary and labour traditions of our country and to develop the feeling of fuoiet patriotism, friendship among the peoples of the Soviet Union. In 1986 Komsomol had more than members. And about 60 percent of them worked in the national economy

9 Bikers   Bike subculture appeared in Russia with the appearance of Moscow motorbike club ‘ Night wolves : Officially it was founded on May 31,1989. A Night wolf №1, nicknamed ‘ the Surgeon ‘ together with his friends kept order at the concerts of underground musicians.  Working as guards is classical pastime of bikers. A biker prebers a heavy bike like Harley Davidson and a lether jacket. A real biker has his own values and beliefs. Some people consider bikers aggressive but in most cases they have only threatening appearance.

10 Beotlomen   Beatlomania was born in the 60-s of last century when a Liverpool musical group “ Beatles” appeared. There were 4 misicians in it: John Lennon, Paul Mc Carntney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.  Beatlomania was spread all over the world very quickly. “Beatles” is considered to be a symbol of mass culture of the 20-th century. Their most popular song are “Yesterday”, “Girl”,”Rain”,”Michelle”, “Yellow Submarine”.  The gereration of our grandparents and parents were lans of “Beatles”.

11 Stealyage   A subculture Stealyagi appeared in the USSR in the 60-s. They have negative attitude to the foviet morals and support west mode of life.”Stealyagi” wore bright often absurd clothes, had their own slang imitating american style. For the most young people the subculture became a psychological cover from poverty and economic dislocation after world war.

12 Hippies   The good old times of our hippies were the Their ideals include love, peace, brudom of self-expression, and nonconformity to society’s rules. Hippies were worn-out blue jeans, long hair tied with bit of string and a couple of decorative chains. They listen to rock’n’roll

13 Skinheads   The subculture “Skinheads” was spread in Russia in 70-s. They are who humiliate people of other nationalities. They have a distinct programme to “clean” Russian nation.  Skinheads often have tatoos in the form of basists signs. They listen to reggae and rock.

14 Sociologists  Have made the questionnaire “Why Teens join a subculture.” 100 pupils of the 10-th and 25-th forms were examined  To express themselves -12 pupils.  To develop their own style distinct from others -17 pupils.  To protest the parents -20 pupils.  To rebel against the society -13 pupils.  To reject everything -14 pupils.  To be in a collective -31 pupils.  To differ from social norms -29 pupils.  To identify with a particular subculture -13 pupils.  To be designed to shock -21 pupils.  To have their own values and beliefs -5 pupils.

15 Having analysed the results of questionaire we have got to know that teens choose a subculture: To express themselves 10 % To express themselves19 % To protest the parents10 % To rebel against the society80% To rebel against the society7 % To be in a collective15 % To differ from social norms11% To identify with a particular subculture34 % To be designed to shock10 % To be designed to shock5 %

16 Conclusion  Having processed the information we have got from internet, books. We got to know what subcultures existed in Russia in the 20- th century, about their peculiarelies.


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