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The youth culture

María Nieto

The youth culture was a movement started by young people at the beginning of the 20th century, however during the 30's and the WWII it was put aside. During the 50's this kind of movement and lifestyle emerged again among teenagers. They wanted to seek a different culture from previous generations in music (with rock and roll), social norms, values...

What was the youth culture?

Impacts in society

They were seen as "rebels", and this type of lifestyle could be notice in films, products, clothes, all of this led to the prohibition of this lifestyle from adults. The youth culture also had some impacts in society with rebellions that led to major changes in he 50's and 60's society. Many teenagers participated in protests on favour of the civil rights movement and some of them were successful. Many of this "rebellions" were motivated by their collective student identity.

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African-American people

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During the 50's African American people were still suffering from racism, however, during this era, many young people protested in order to obtein equal rights for everyone. During this period of time many important advances were made.

Asian people during the 50's worked in different jobs like miners, factory workers, and farmers, so they helped to improve the economy. However, many of them were deported.

“The Struggle for Equality.” The American Experience in the Classroom, americanexperience.si.edu/historical-eras/post-war-united-states/pair-untitled-library/#:~:text=The%201950s%20were%20a%20time,serious%20inequality%20for%20African%20Americans. Accessed 24 Mar. 2024.

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