Paul Hodkinson

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Paul Hodkinson writes the origins of the Birmingham CCCS subculture theory was understood “in the 1950s and 1960s subcultures such as teddy boy, mod, skinhead and others as collective responses by post-war working class youth to their contradictory and subordinated position in post-war UK society. Subcultures, it was inferred, comprised coherent meaning systems that used the specifics of style to ‘magically’ resolve structural problems and articulate cultural
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