Introduction and Chapter 1
1. Hebdige's Subculture is which of the following approaches to understanding the styles of Britain's youth cultures?
2. According to Hebdige, subcultures serve the purpose of allowing individuals to do which of the following?
(a) Overthrow the mass culture.
(b) Prove that the mass culture serves no purpose.
(c) Become a part of the mass culture.
(d) Symbolically separate themselves from the mass culture.
3. Which of the following is a way that "powerless teenagers" can feel like they are "socially significant"?
(a) Follow the rules of the mass culture.
(b) Engage in violence.
(c) Join a subculture.
(d) Defy gravity.
4. How does Hebdige define style?
(a) A way of life.
(b) A personal choice.
(c) An aesthetic nonconformity.
(d) The norm.
5. What type of "rebellion" does Hebdige say subcultures are?
6. Individuals who participate in subcultures invite which of the following into their lives?
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