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subculture

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Youth
subculturesub‧cul‧ture /ˈsʌbˌkʌltʃə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  SSYa particular group of people within a society and their behaviour, beliefs, and activities – often used to show disapproval the drug subculture of the inner city
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subcultureIn a sense the Salvation Army is a subculture.We will now review some of the major developments from functionalist theory based on notions of culture and subculture.the drug subculture in DetroitThese inevitably came to influence our own structures of significance and were made apparent by changes in our own subculture of style.They formed their own subcultures within the main cultural sphere.This was reflected in the literary diet on which the radical subculture fed.And that subculture represented the first consumer market for things such as modems and communications software.This subculture represented the core of the occupational community.
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