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The Young Ones: Working Class Culture, Consumption and the Category of Youth. Jon Stratton and Peter Beilharz eds. Way Out West: Mapping Western Australia, special issue of Thesis Eleven, vol 135, no 1, 2016. Perth: Black Swan Press. Stratton, Jon (1996). The Desirable Body: cultural fetishism and the erotics of consumption. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. National Library of Australia. Retrieved 1 May 2009. 2. University of South Australia.
Show full item record. Faculty of Media, Society and Culture (MSC). 1992 Perth, WA: Black Swan Press. Division of Humanities. Department of Communication and Cultural Studies.
Stratton, Jon. The Young Ones: Working-Class Culture, Consumption and the Category of Youth. Fremantle: Black Swan, 1992. Watts, G. Sex Education. Australian Quarterly 1. (September 1944): 89–99. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Brisbane: W R. Smith and Paterson, 1950.
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The Young Ones: Working-class Culture, Consumption, and the Category of Youth. This book is ostensibly about youth gangs in Australia. It has acknowledged debates and controversies surrounding the definition and interpretation of youth gangs. interviews, survey questionnaires and document analysis.
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A focus exclusively on the immediate relationship between young people and the police would, however, beg the question of the wider structural contexts and parameters of the form and content of this relationship. Simply put, while it can be demonstrated at an empirical and descriptive level that young people and the police are each in their own right "at fault" when it comes to the tensions and conflicts at street level, this in itself is not sufficient to explain why and how these are occurring.
working-class culture, consumption, and the category of youth. Published 1992 by Black Swan Press in Perth, Australia. Social conditions, Social life and customs, Subculture, Youth.
Hebdige (1979) showed how British youth culture was a form of class . The bourgeois culture is the dominant one and the working class culture is the discriminated one.
Hebdige (1979) showed how British youth culture was a form of class identity and social rebellion. Consumption as an economic process that intersects with cultural production has informed a whole genre of studies of Americanization and globalization in European studies. DeGrazia (1989) studied how American film culture defined and penetrated European films in the 1920s and 1930s.