(Answered): Using the quotations in the reading

(Answered): Using the quotations in the reading

(Answered): Using the quotations in the reading

Step 1: Actively read this: Alexis Pedridis, “Youth Subcultures: What are they Now?” (2014): {3 pp} Dylan Clark, “The Death and Life of Punk, the Last Subculture,” from The Post- Subcultures Reader, ed. D. Muggleton (2003), pp. 223-9 {5 pp} 100% OPTIONAL: A controversial and thought-provoking zine piece: “Notes on Columbine [Massacre], Teen Angst, and Authentic Rebellion,” from an untitled ‘leftist’ punk zine (2000) Step 2: Write a substantive 1-2 paragraph response to this question (based on the readings, and your own sense of the world around you): Q) Which aspects of the two authors’ major arguments would you amplify (meaning, “build upon”) which aspects would you challenge? For example: Is/was punk truly the last ‘classical (or true) subculture’? Does the traditional concept and reality of ‘subculture’ (the one that defined the 1920s to the mid-1990s) dead in the early 2010s ()?

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