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THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF SUBCULTURAL THEORIES.docx

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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 2416
Professor
B.Cartwright
Semester
Summer

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THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF SUBCULTURAL THEORIES · Emerged during the 1950s · Relative prosperity, compared to the Great Depression (the Dirty Thirties) · Relative peace and prosperity, compared to WW2, which lasted from 1939-1945 THE AFTERMATH OF WORLD WAR TWO  War was very catastrophic o Destroyed a lot of buildings; everything was a mess  Rebuilding of buildings  jobs o Economy moving LIFE WAS GOOD…  Could get TV sets, record players, telephones, car, etc WATCHING TV  Lots of peo
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