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All About Hippies - Sociology

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Hanadi Ibrahim

on 4 November 2014

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V A L U E S
A N D
N O R M S
Values
Values are based around peace, love, and respect to the enviornment and all around the world, as well as having a spiritual adventure. They are usually open minded and non-violent.
Norms
The norms of hippies usually consists of orginizing non violent protests and understanding that peace was the answer to resolve differences and well as listening to music and performing drugs
L A N G U A G E
A N D
S Y M B O L S
Symbols
Each symbol embodies their values of maintain peace with others and their enviorment
Language
Consists of vocabulary that was very "chill" and ingenious and are now innovated into modern vocabulary
C E L E B R A T I O N S
A N D
L O C A T I O N S
Celebrations
Annual Rainbow Gathering
- gatherings held each year by hippie communities to celebrate, support and practice the ideals of peace, love, respect, harmony, freedom and community contrary to mainsteam culture.
Where to Find a Hippie In Today's Modern World?
location = unknown
H I P P I E S
by Hanadi Ibrahim
IS BEING A HIPPIE CONSIDERED TO BE IN A SUBCULTURE OR A COUNTERCULTURE?
Hippies are considered as a counterculture because they opposed of the new forecoming characteristics of mainstream America
The word "hip" dervies from avant-garde poets in early 1960's, who discussed how they disliked the industrial, conformity, and the post-war allegience that America was phasing into, and these poets started clubs in different universities in the United States
Hippies at a Glance
Hippies defined "being hip" as one who saw through the mundane culture ad maintained a Zen-like detachment
Hippies are a countercultural movement that rejected the mores of mainstream America
http://www.cy8cy.com/remembering-the-hippies-movement/
http://vietnamartwork.wordpress.com/hippies-anti-war/
Hippies are known to reject conventional values in society.
Fashion and Appearance
Flowers in their hair; wore beads
Not all Hippies were dirty
Contrary to Popular Belief...
Not all Hippies were very political
Not all Hippies wore tie dye and peace signs
Not all Hippies were potheads
Their outfits were of a rage to the youth and visually symbolized their respect for individual rights
They support the ‘free look’ which focused on not what others thought of their self-expression through their clothes, but believing in equality for all and protesting against social evils.
Body piercings
Tattoos/body art
Bummer: Unfavourable circumstance or thing.
Dig: To understand... "Do you dig it?"
Funky: Word used to describe clothing that didn't go together, but somehow managed to look really good on its wearer.

Examples:
http://peacelovehippies.blogspot.com/2011/10/hippie-symbols.html
http://searchpp.com/hippie-costume-ideas/
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/374221050258245937/
http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2009/10/a_rainbow_gathe.html
Deziel, Chris. "Hippie Values & Beliefs | The Classroom | Synonym." The Classroom. Web. 12 Oct. 2014. <http://classroom.synonym.com/hippie-values-beliefs-5594.html>.

The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica. "Hippie (subculture)." <i>Encyclopedia Britannica Online</i>. Encyclopedia Britannica, 29 Dec. 2013. Web. 12 Oct. 2014. &lt;http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/266600/hippie&gt;.

Israel, Hallie, and Molly Clark. "Hippie Culture." <i>Blast From Past</i>. Tangient LLC, 19 May 2011. Web. 12 Oct. 2014. &lt;http://blastfrompast.wikispaces.com/Hippie Culture&gt;.

Skelding, Anna. "Subculture Hippie." <i>Slideshare</i>. 17 Oct. 2012. Web. 12 Oct. 2014. &lt;http://www.slideshare.net/annaskelding/subculture-hippie&gt;.

"Hippie Movement." <i>Vietnamartwork</i>. Web. 12 Oct. 2014. &lt;http://vietnamartwork.wordpress.com/hippie-movement/&gt;.

"Hippies." <i>Hippies</i>. 20 Sept. 2008. Web. 12 Oct. 2014. &lt;https://sites.google.com/site/hippiesfall08per4/&gt;.

"Hippy Language." <i>Hippy Language</i>. Web. 12 Oct. 2014. &lt;http://www.mc.cc.md.us/Departments/hpolscrv/lingo.html&gt;.


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