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References

  1. Template:Ref pages 295. Chapter 27 "Posing... threats, striking... poses. Youth, surveillance and display (1983)" by Dick Hebdige
  2. Gerald W. McFarland (2001). in University of Massachusetts Press: Inside Greenwich Village: A New York City Neighborhood, 1898-1918, 4. ISBN 9781558492998. 
  3. Sources for Bodybuilding:
  4. Joachim Kersten (2003). "Street Youths, Bosozoku, and Yakuza: Subculture Formation and Societal Reactions in Japan". Crime & Delinquency 39 (3): 277-295. doi:10.1177/0011128793039003002.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Isaac Gagné (June 2008). "Urban Princesses: Performance and “Women's Language” in Japan's Gothic/Lolita Subculture". Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 18 (1). doi:10.1111/j.1548-1395.2008.00006.x.
  6. Sources for emo subculture:
  7. Harris, Cheryl; Alexander, Alison (1998). in Hampton Press: Theorizing fandom : fans, subculture and identity. ISBN 1572731141 157273115X 157273115X (pbk.) 157273115X. 
  8. Catherine Spooner, Emma McEvoy (2007). in Routledge: The Routledge Companion to Gothic, 195-196, 263-264. ISBN 0415398436. 
  9. Mary Jane Kehily, Open University (2007). in Sage Publications: Understanding Youth: Perspectives, Identities and Practices, illustrated. ISBN 1412930642. 
  10. Template:Ref pages 91, from chapter "Subcultural conflict" by Phil Cohen
  11. Sources for glam:
  12. Template:Ref pages:
    • 23 chapter "Introduction to part one, by Ken Gelder
    • 91 from chapter "Subcultural conflict" by Phil Cohen
    • 106, 110-111 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber;
    • 127 from chapter "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
    • 136-137 from chapter "Second-hand dresses and the role of the ragmarket (1989)" by Angela McRobbie
    • 304 from chapter "Black hair/style politics" by Kobena Mercer
  13. Billy Baker. "Up for the count, Jugglers may pop out on streets this spring, but the real action is in a thriving Hub subculture", The Boston Globe, 2007-03-05. Retrieved on 2008-08-04. 
  14. Template:Ref pages:
    • 84, 91, from chapter "Subcultural conflict" by Phil Cohen;
    • 94, 101, from chapter "Cultures, subcultures and class", by John Clarke et al.
  15. Jeffrey Arnett (December 1993). "Three profiles of heavy metal fans: A taste for sensation and a subculture of alienation". Qualitative Sociology: 423-443. doi:10.1007/BF00989973. ISSN 1573-7837.
  16. Jonathon S. Epstein (1998). in Blackwell Publishing: Youth Culture: Identity in a Postmodern World, viii, 13, 265. ISBN 1557868514. 
  17. Jon Stratton (1986). "Why doesn't anybody write anything about Glan Rock?". Australian Journal of Cultural Studies 4 (1): 15-38.
  18. Sources for nudism:
  19. Template:Ref pages: 516, 550
  20. Sandra Buckley (2002). Encyclopedia of Contemporary Japanese Culture, 380 ISBN 0415143446. 
  21. Template:Ref pages:
    • 84 from chapter "Introduction to part two" by Ken Gelder
    • 121-124, 127-128 from chapter 10 "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
    • 138 from chapter "Second-hand dresses and the role of the ragmarket (1989)" by Angela McRobbie
  22. 22.0 22.1 David Muggleton (2002). in Berg Publishers: Inside Subculture: The Postmodern Meaning of Style, 721,728. ISBN 1859733522, 9781859733523. 
  23. Template:Ref pages:
    • 94, 109-110 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber
    • 295 from chapter 27 "Posing... threats, striking... poses. Youth, surveillance and display (1983)" by Dick Hebdige
  24. Gary Alan Fine (1983). in University of Chicago Press: Shared Fantasy, 25–38,236-???. ISBN 0226249441, 9780226249445. 
  25. Stanley W. Beeler, Stan Beeler, Lisa Dickson (2006). in I.B.Tauris: Reading Stargate SG-1. ISBN 1845111834, 9781845111830. 
  26. Jonathon S. Epstein (1998). in Blackwell Publishing: Youth Culture. ISBN 1557868514, 9781557868510. 
  27. Template:Ref pages 103 from chapter "Cultures, subcultures and class", by John Clarke et al. (rudies = rude boys)
  28. Template:Ref pages:
    • 90, from chapter "Subcultural conflict" by Phil Cohen
    • 131 from chapter 10 "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
  29. 29.0 29.1 Template:Ref pages:
    • 294, from chapter 27 "Posing... threats, striking... poses. Youth, surveillance and display (1983)" by Dick Hebdige
    • 339, from chapter "Tattoo enthusiasts. Subculture or figuration? (2003)" by Michael Atkinson
    • 370-381, from chapter "Real men, phallicism and fascism (1996)" by Murray Healy
    • 471, chapter "Communities and scenes in popular music (1991)" by Will Straw
  30. "The Skinheads", Time, 1970-06-08. Retrieved on 2008-09-27. 
  31. Sources for swinging:
  32. Template:Ref pages:
    • 84 from chapter "Introduction to part two" by Ken Gelder
    • 111-112 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber
  33. Mike Brake (1980). in Routledge: The Sociology of Youth Culture and Youth Subcultures, 143. ISBN 0710003641. 
  34. Template:Ref pages:
    • 98, 101, 102 from chapter "Cultures, subcultures and class", by John Clarke et al.
    • 105, 107 from chapter "Girls and subcultures (1977)" by Angela McRobbie and Jenny Garber
    • 126 from chapter 10 "The meaning of style" by Dick Hebdige
    • 161-162 from chapter "Symbols of trouble" by Stanley Cohen
    • 273 from chapter "Introduction to part five" by Ken Gelder
    • 284-287 from chapter "Fashion and revolt (1963)" by T.R.Fyvel
    • 309 from chapter "Black hair/style politics" by Kobena Mercer
    • 367, 372 from chapter "Real men, phallicism and fascism (1996)" by Murray Healy
  35. Chamberlain, Daniel Luke; Alexander, Malcolm Laurence (2005). Personal networks and the social world of ordinary Star Trek fans: Method and first results. TASA 2005 Conference Proceedings. The Sociological Association of Australia. “The fans of the science fiction franchise, Star Trek, are known as 'Trekkies' and are the only fan subculture to have an entry in the OED.”
  36. David Bell (the specific chapter is authored by William Gibson) (2001). "Cybersubcultures", in Routledge: An Introduction to Cybercultures, 167–169 isbn = 0415246598, 9780415246590. 
  37. Robert V. Kozinets (June 2001). "Utopian Enterprise: Articulating the Meanings of Star Trek’s Culture of Consumption". Journal of Consumer Research 28. doi:10.1086/321948.
  38. Larry Portis (2004). in Virtualbookworm Publishing: French Frenzies: A Social History of Pop Music in France, 103. ISBN 1589395476. 
  39. Diana Crane (2001). in University of Chicago Press: Fashion and Its Social Agendas: Class, Gender, and Identity in Clothing, illustrated, 183. ISBN 0226117995. 
  40. Anthony Uhlmann (1999). in Cambridge University Press: Beckett and Poststructuralism, 56-57. ISBN 0521640768. 

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