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By Angela McRobbie

Feminism and formative years tradition brings jointly 8 separate essays written through Angela McRobbie (Zoot matches and Second-Hand attire, 1989) over a interval of over ten years. a number of issues contain the influence of sexual inequality at the daily lives of working-class women; the blindness of male sociologists to questions of gender; the strain on teenage ladies to accomplish idealized expectancies of femininity; the excitement of teenybopper femininity; and the soreness of poverty bobbing up from teenage motherhood. Feminism and adolescence tradition represents either a wide and a close method of a space of research that has been marginalized within the current sociology of teenage.

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Collective public expressions of disaffiliation from authority and the hegemony of the dominant classes (by either sex) have an unambiguous appeal. Despite their often exaggerated romanticism and their (frequently sexist) politics, the 'spectacle' of these symbolic gestures has a personally 'thrilling' effect. (Sitting on a train in West Germany, surrounded by carefully coiffeured businessman and well-manicured businesswoman, the sight of two 'Felliniesque' punks in the next compartment causes the sociologist to smile).

Just as Elizabeth Cowie has shown how reviews construe the sense of a particular film in different ways, 15 so an album or concert review lays down the terms and the myths by which we come to recognise the music. One myth energetically sustained by the press is the overwhelming male-ness of the rock scene. Writers and editors seem unable to imagine that girls could make up a sizeable section of their readership. Although at a grass-roots level virulent sexism has been undermined by punk, Rock Against Racism and Rock Against Sexism, journalistic treatment remains unchanged.

What then is meant by the concept 'culture'? ' 4 That is, culture is about the pre-structured but still essentially expressive and creative capacities of the group in question. The forms which this expressivity takes are 'maps of meaning' which summarise and encapsulate their social and material life experiences. But these cultural artefacts or configurations, are not created out of nothing. Individuals are born into what are already constructed sets of social meanings which can then be worked on, developed and even transformed.

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