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TOPIC: Youth Culture & Subgroups

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Social Media Culture

  • The influence of popular and delinquent adolescents on school delinquency: specifying the key delinquent models
  • Exploring social media rumination: associations with bullying, cyberbullying, and distress

    Politics and Youth

  • Introducing Youth Participation as a Political Imperative for Caribbean Development
  • Political Awareness and Identification Among Young Students: Political Identity and Democratic Engagement”

    General Resources

  • Adolescent Risk Behavior Subgroups: An Empirical Assessment
  • Affiliation With Antisocial Crowds and Psychosocial Outcomes in a Gang-Impacted Urban Middle School
  • Emo
  • Flocabulary (Hip Hop in the Classroom)
  • Generation Y
  • Generation Z
  • Goth subculture
  • Hip hop
  • How To Be A Mean Girl
  • How to Be Emo in Middle School
  • How to Dress Like a Skater
  • How to Look Preppy
  • How to Stop a Mean Girl Bully
  • How today’s high school cliques compare to yes hterday’s (UIC study)
  • Jocks, Gender, Binge Drinking, and Adolescent Violence
  • "Just Emotional People”? Emo Culture and the Anxieties of Disclosure
  • Mean Girls: Adolescent Female Athletes and Peer Conflict in Sport
  • Metalhead/headbanger
  • Preppy
  • Punk subculture
  • Club Drugs
  • Self Abuse Finally Ends (S.A.F.E.) Alternatives
  • Skateboarding
  • Social Media as Tools for Cultural Change in the Transition to Adulthood
  • Surf Culture
  • What is Surf Style?
  • Youth Subculture

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