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Transcript of Subcultures
Mayrelis Sanchez Hippie Culture Counter cultural movement that rejected the mores of mainstream American life Hippies were originated in college campuses all over America during the 1960s-1970s Songs: "Like A Rolling Stone" by Bob Dylan was a song that expressed the hippie movement and involvements with politics and what it meant to them.
"Far Out" meant Excelent or good
"Groovy" meant nice or cool
"Fuzz" meant police
"If The Beatles mean alot in Britain, they meant very much more in America. They changed things."
-Nik Cohn Women wore long, granny flowy dresses Both men and women wore rimmless glasses History Non Material Culture More Non Material Material The countercultural movement that rejected the mores of mainstream American life. No one knows why punks did not like hippies, because they promote the same things but they did not like them. Hippies tended to be dropouts from society, forgoing regular jobs and careers Drive Both men and women wore beads and sandals Men favored long hair, and grew breads Hippies advocated nonviolence and love, a popular phrase being " Make Love Not War"
They commonly sought spiritual guidance from sources outside the Judeo-Christian tradition, particularly Buddhism We would join the Hippies, just because punks dress weird and look creepy. Punks VS Hippies