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© Karen Devine 2011
The 60’s was a decade of change and innovation. © Karen Devine 2011
The “baby boomers” had reached adolescence and had become radical in their political views and attitudes. © Karen Devine 2011
This period was highly influenced by: a) The median age group of the population b) Increased leisure time c) The demands for education d) Booming economic times. © Karen Devine 2011
People now had increased time to recreate. They no longer left school at a young age to pursue careers, but remained there to achieve their certificates. © Karen Devine 2011
The USA began to have a larger influence on popular culture in the 1960’s. © Karen Devine 2011
Music permeated Australian culture in a few specific genres: Motown Protest music Surf music Psychedelic music Folk music. © Karen Devine 2011
The Hippie Movement also began in the 1960’s and arose as an adjunct to the protest movement against the Vietnam War. © Karen Devine 2011
The Hippie philosophy included: a) A rejection of material values b) Pacifism c) Anti- nuclear stance d) Sexual freedom and liberation e) Simple living f) Certain aspects of Eastern philosophy and religion. © Karen Devine 2011
The UK also had some influence on Australian culture in the 1960’s through: a) The Beatles b) Fashion designers c) Tourism. © Karen Devine 2011
Aspects of both British and American culture permeated Australia through media and travel and influenced: a) Music b) Fashion c) Attitudes d) Values e) Lifestyles. © Karen Devine 2011
Listen to some music from the sixties: Age of Aquarius. Age of Aquarius. Baby Please Don’t Go Baby Please Don’t Go Fortunate SonFortunate Son Cocaine Cocaine All Along the Watchtower All Along the Watchtower © Karen Devine 2011
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