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Seminar paper from the year in the subject American Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1,0, Dresden Technical University, course: The Reagan 80s and the Clinton 90s, 17 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This paper works with the underlying assumptions of Dick Hebdige's study of subculteres. She specifically names the gay culture. Youth cultures, Grimm writes, are at the border of subcultures and popular culture. After a short introduction to the theory of subcultures and especially theory in punk and hardcore, this paper aims to discuss the youth cultures' similarities and differences, the reasons for changes and continuity in the scene, and the relation to politics. Sources cited will include academic texts, popular texts like Andy Greenwald's book Nothing Feels Good. Punk Rock, Teenagers, and Emo, as well as original voices from the scene, for example collected in interviews by Beth Lahicky for her book All Ages. Reflections on Straight Edge. As music is the starting point of all discussed youth cultures, there will also be comment on exemplary lyrics. Most of the last chapter on the latest form of punk rock, emo, will be in interview style. To date there is one book written on emo.
Youth crew is a music subculture of hardcore punk attributed to bands who were primarily active during the mid- to late s, particularly during the New York hardcore scene of the late eighties. Youth crew is distinguished from other hardcore and punk scenes by its optimism and moralist outlook. The original youth crew bands and fans were predominantly straight edge abstaining from alcohol and drugs and vegetarian advocates. While some youth crew music is similar to melodic hardcore , other styles can be very thrash metal influenced and also includes breakdowns intended for the hardcore dancing style associated with live performances. Later youth crew bands took increasing influence from heavy metal. The term crew was used by many first wave hardcore punk bands of the early 80s. Judge also had a song called "New York Crew" in