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hippie in Sociology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhippiehip‧pie, hippy /ˈhɪpi/ noun [countable]  SSMDDsomeone, especially in the 1960s, who opposed violence peacefully and often wore unusual clothes, had long hair, and took drugs for pleasure
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hippieIt says the Oxfam concert was even listed in a hippie newsletter of forthcoming events which was circulated at Castlemorton.She straddled the two subcultures of beat and hippie.Alice was, to his way of thinking, a fat, discarded hippie, dragged down by two monstrous happy-face earrings.Tudor was, however, no hippie.The fruit tree man is an old hippie.Boy, just let one hippie show up in Samoa. just let one show up.Like a sixties' hippie, Preston thought irreverently, half way to getting stoned.Caught up in these movements was the hippie culture of the period, with its involvement with hallucinogenic drugs.