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Admin04.08.2021

Childhood in Postwar America

This was called jitterbug, or swing, Lindy, the rock'n'roll, boogie-woogie or Bop.
Admin09.09.2021

Review: From a Culture for Youth to a Culture of Youth: Recent Trends in the Historiography of Western Youth Cultures on JSTOR

Another motivation for change was the music.
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Admin18.07.2021

Youth subculture

There were strong older women in abundance in my family when I was a child and they were an important part of my life as I grew up.
Admin19.08.2021

Teenager Popular Culture

Many Southern whites resisted the Brown ruling.
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Admin29.06.2021

Childhood in Postwar America

Stay-at-Home Moms This was also the era of the "happy homemaker.
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Admin26.07.2021

A Brief History of Teenagers

The pleated skirts were made from a then new fabric called TERYLENE polyester which helped maintain razor sharp sunray pleating.
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Admin12.09.2021

Then and now: how things have changed for teenage girls since the 1950s

So where adults tend to see the downsides of risky behavior in high definition, teenagers see the potential rewards as if projected onto an IMAX screen with surround sound.
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Admin25.08.2021

The 1950s

Rapid growth gave them income, either earned or taken from their parents.
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Admin18.08.2021

Teenager Popular Culture

Conversely, Marxists of the of social studies argue that youth culture is inherently consumerist and integral to the divide-and-rule strategy of capitalism.
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Admin10.09.2021

Review: From a Culture for Youth to a Culture of Youth: Recent Trends in the Historiography of Western Youth Cultures on JSTOR

5-6 Continue walking forward 2 steps, through a swing move.
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Admin31.08.2021

Mrs. America: Women's Roles in the 1950s

Since teenagers got home at that time, local stations hired radio DJs to play popular teenage music as cameras televised teens dancing.
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