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Design & Subculture

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Transcript of Design & Subculture

-What is subculture?

-Definition

- David riesman

-6 points and My opinions.

- Conclusion

- Bibliography


Contents
Subculture is….
1. Involve a subgroup of behaviour,   differentiated by status, ethnic background, residence, religion and attitudes.

2. People joining together and making their own subculture
that separate it from the dominant culture that surrounds them.
Who created the word
“Subculture”
?
David Riesman 
(September 22, 1909 – May 10, 2002),
Educator, sociologist and attorney.

First identified
he called ‘subcultures’
.

What is
Subculture

by the way?
Sub= From Latin with the meaning
“under” “below”

Culture= 
Behaviour patterns
, arts, beliefs and other product of human.

Bibi (Heodayeon) 004FD714
Design & Subculture
(Lecturer Ms. Joana)

Six key ways to identifies by Ken Gelder
1. Often negative relations to work
2. Negative or ambivalent relation to class
3. Association with territory rather than property
4. Movement out of the home and into non-domestic forms of belonging
5. Stylistic ties to excess and exaggeration
6. Refusal of the banalities of ordinary life and massification

But I disagree with…
1. Often negative relations to work.

Why? For example, ‘Mod’ subculture. (Modernist)
1950~1960, British youth subculture.
‘Mod’ were brought up in an affluent society.
Almost were working-class people.
They wore nice clothing.

Who are the ‘MOD’?
The beatles

Twiggy (Model,Actress)

Paul smith(Fashion Designer)
Ben Sherman(Fashion Designer)

1. I don’t agree with subculture people were
negative to work
.
2. As you can refer to ‘Mod’ culture, they
did best for their jobs

(
designer,singer and actress)
3. Became
famous
all over the world.
4. In my opinion, Subculture is not fully effective and negative relations to work.
5. It doesn’t mean that they are not doing
any work or live idle
for their life.

In my Opinion,,,,,
2. Negative or ambivalent relation to class
Subculture don't conform to traditional class.
Ex . Teenybopper(Teen girls), Preppy (Private students)

3. Association with territory rather than property
Ex. Skinhead, discrimination against women, Black skinhead

I agree with....
No.4~5 Debatable and some exceptions
4. Movement out of the home and into non-domestic forms of belonging
A bit debatable. Group of people has more strengthening of relation rather than families.

5. Stylistic ties to excess and exaggeration
For argot, may impossible to understand easily to another.
Ex. Teenager slang : ‘Bro-tox’ , ‘All emo’ ,Gangster slang : ‘Moll’ , ‘Copper’.

No.6 Obviously true.
By refusing to consume mainstream food products or fast food chains.
Prefer
purchasing organic and local products
compared to mass product.


Ex.Nudism/Naturism, Riot grrrl (Riot club), Stilyaga(misdeed people)

Foodie culture
6. Refusal of the banalities of ordinary life and massification

Subculture-Root
Overculture – Tree column

Thus, giving influence and support each other (crossover).
Subculture is part of nutritive for overculture

In conclusion..
Overculture
Subculture
Subculture
Subculture
Bibliography
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/ (Subculture)
http://www.ehow.com/facts_5511335_meaning-subculture.html (Subculture)
http://repsub13.wordpress.com/projects/joy/ (Foodie culture)
http://terms.naver.com/entry.nhn?docId=1531095&cid=272&categoryId=272 (Types of subculture)

Thank you ~!
Any questions?
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