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The Formation of 1970s Korean Youth Culture: Focusing on the Cultural Consumption of Popular Music

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1970s Korean Youth Culture is historically significant in two aspects. First, it was the first concrete form of Korean popular culture to be distinguished in terms of age and its audience. Second, it was the first site in the history of Korean culture that a state of tension was generated between a dominant group of the cultural hegemony and its subordinate counterpart. However, academic and social consideration toward this culture has been limited. Therefore, with the goal of restoring Youth Cultures historical significance, this study attempts to map out the external historical context and internal procedures that formed and sustained the Culture. Through historical research, personal interviews, and questionnaires, the interactions among various historical conditions, the youths identity and sensibilities, and cultural forms specifically related to popular music were explored. Interpretation of the material showed that 1970s Youth Culture was a complex, dynamic, and meaningful formation.

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Lee, Herim Erin. "The Formation of 1970s Korean Youth Culture: Focusing on the Cultural Consumption of Popular Music" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Sheraton New York, New York City, NY, <Not Available>. 2009-05-25 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p14392_index.html>

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Lee, H. "The Formation of 1970s Korean Youth Culture: Focusing on the Cultural Consumption of Popular Music" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Sheraton New York, New York City, NY Online <APPLICATION/PDF>. 2009-05-25 from http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p14392_index.html

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Abstract: 1970s Korean Youth Culture is historically significant in two aspects. First, it was the first concrete form of Korean popular culture to be distinguished in terms of age and its audience. Second, it was the first site in the history of Korean culture that a state of tension was generated between a dominant group of the cultural hegemony and its subordinate counterpart. However, academic and social consideration toward this culture has been limited. Therefore, with the goal of restoring Youth Cultures historical significance, this study attempts to map out the external historical context and internal procedures that formed and sustained the Culture. Through historical research, personal interviews, and questionnaires, the interactions among various historical conditions, the youths identity and sensibilities, and cultural forms specifically related to popular music were explored. Interpretation of the material showed that 1970s Youth Culture was a complex, dynamic, and meaningful formation.

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1970s Korean Youth Culture 1 The Formation of 1970s Korean Youth Culture : Focusing on the Cultural Consumption of Popular Music∗ H. Erin Lee University of Texas at Austin Department of Radio-TV-Film ∗ This is a summarized revised and translated version (from Korean to English) of an unpublished master’s thesis of the same title submitted in the year of 2002 to the Department of Mass Communications. Sogang University in Seoul Korea. 1970s Korean Youth Culture 2 Abstract 1970s Korean
the intensification of military drills]. (1970 December 1). 서강타임즈 [Sogang Times] p. 2. 위수휴업령 [Garrison decree for class cessation]. (1971 November 16). 고대신문 [Korea University News] p. 6. 바람과 함께 사라지다! [Gone with the wind!]. (1973 November 26). 연세춘추 [Yonsei Chunchu] p. 7. 교련은 학원 자유 침해 [Military drills breach campus freedom]. (1971 October 5). 고대신문 [Korea University News] p. 3. 봄을 앓는 소리들…: 이런! 청년문화라니… [Spring illness… What? Youth culture?]. (1974 April 2). 고대신문 [Korea University News] p.


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