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Youth Subcultures is defining subcultures mainstream and ideologies Subculture means self-identified cultures that are united by shared interests beliefs rituals tradition and values that oppose or at least challenge the dominant ideology Greenberg1 This article is mainly about how a person tries to fit into a certain group base on their interests skills or value Youth Subculture Introduction also inform us about how not all mainstream are good or bad Greenberg1 Subculture is like the enemies of mainstream Subculture goes against the mainstream Mainstream is constantly changing as cultures changes over the years Youth Subculture Introduction also informs us about what topic or direction the book Youth Subculture will lead the reader to As I read the Youth Subculture Introduction my mind was open to new ideals Mainstream ideology and subcultures were not something I notice the youth doing Why do people join them How do they join them Whats involved in being in them Greenberg3 These questions got me thinking about the reason why I join the clubs I am in or do the activities I like to do I found out that most of my clubs or hobbies were based on what I see people doing I wanted to behavior like them so I change my aspect in order to fit because it was popular Another thing that caught my interest was the dominant ideology is upheld by a complex and somewhat unconscious network of systems and systems can take a long time to reflect change Greenberg2 As I read the section base on dominant ideology I notice that society tries to cover it or pretends that it doesnt exist Dominant ideology can mostly be seen in workforces For example women are paid lower than male shows that the ideology system that society has
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