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" ... the popular myth which presents subcultures as lawless forms, the internal structure of any particular subculture is characterized by an extreme orderliness: each part is organically related to other parts and it is through the fit between them that... "
Rocking the Classics: English Progressive Rock and the Counterculture - Page 4
by Edward Macan - 1997 - 320 pages
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Literary Theories in Praxis

Shirley F. Staton - Literary Criticism - 1987 - 471 pages
...parts and it is through the fit between them that the subcultural member makes sense of the world. For instance, it was the homology between an alternative...hallucinogenic drugs and acid rock which made the hippy culture cohere as a "whole way of life" for individual hippies. In Res1stance Through Rituals,...
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Culture: Critical Concepts in Sociology, Volume 3

Chris Jenks - Culture - 2003 - 312 pages
...parts and it is through the lit between them that the subcultural member makes sense of the world. For instance. it was the homology between an alternative value system (Tune in. turn on. drop out'). hallucogenic drugs and acid rock which made the hippy culture cohere as a 'whole way of life' for individual...
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Culture: Critical Concepts in Sociology, Volume 3

Chris Jenks - Culture - 2003 - 312 pages
...parts and it is through the fit between them that the subcultural member makes sense of the world. For instance, it was the homology between an alternative value system (‘Tune in, turn on, drop out'), hallucogenic drugs and acid rock which made the hippy culture cohere as a ‘whole way of life' for...
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Social Construction: A Reader

Kenneth J Gergen, Mary Gergen - Psychology - 2003 - 262 pages
...parts and it is through the fit between them that the subcultural member makes sense of the world. For instance, it was the homology between an alternative value system ('Tune in, turn on, drop out'), hallucogenic drugs and acid rock which made the hippy culture cohere as a 'whole way of life' for individual...
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The Subcultures Reader

Ken Gelder - Social Science - 2005 - 639 pages
...parts and it is through the fit between them that the subcultural member makes sense of the world. For instance, it was the homology between an alternative...hallucinogenic drugs and acid rock which made the hippy culture cohere as a 'whole way of life' for individual hippies. In Resistance Through Rituals...
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Popular Culture: A Reader

Raiford Guins, Omayra Zaragoza Cruz - Social Science - 2005 - 549 pages
...parts and it is through the fit between them that the subcultural member makes sense of the world. For instance, it was the homology between an alternative value system (Tune in, turn on, drop out'), hallucogenic drugs and acid rock which made the hippy culture cohere as a 'whole way of life' for individual...
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