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Punk is a term applied to a child or teenager who acts in an antisocial way Punk music is a form of rebellion and it turned against all other musical forms and influences at its time of creation Punk music is as much cultural as it is musical Aggression does not have to be subconscious in nature It can be on the surface of our behavior and in constant use Our inclination to aggression is apparent in ones relationship with their neighbors and apparent in what they see as every day casual behavior One manager of a club remembered a situation dealing with two young women from a local punk band While one was talking to me the other went into the girls room and broke a bunch of beer bottles in the sink and ran her hands through the glass Then she came out to talk to me blood steaming down her arms Others reported situations where several girls would carve Xs into their arms with broken glass in support for a local band Self mutilation in a show of aggressive behavior can come with positive outcomes and continues to reaffirm violence Freud also believed aggression is another human instinct that brings us joy and happiness However civilization refuses any acts of violence it oppresses this need of aggression deep in our consciousness The first thing we do when no one is watching is anything civilization refuses to allow us to do Goldstein in his article describes the dance craze called the Slam He believes it is an organized gang of punk youths leading to numerous incidents of violence at many area clubs On the contrary a member of an area band the Germs who would be considered a participant observer feels If theyre doing know they are having fun Freuds opinion of releasing aggression bringing about happiness and going about it by defying civilization and cultural opinion is the underlying reason for
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