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Bodo Mrozek:
Jugend – Pop – Kultur. Eine transnationale Geschichte
Roter Salon

In German

Book premiere

Crashing noises, rude behaviour and shrill fashion: the vocabulary that was used to describe the new youth culture in the middle of the 20th century marked a cultural shift. Aesthetic conflict culminated in street fights, police actions and censorship laws. At the same time, concert tours, pirate stations and fan clubs established new, boundary-defying content. Bodo Mrozek analyses the transformation that took place in the 50s and 60s and shaped society. That which was originally condemned as juvenile delinquency became the epitome of urban society ten years later. Documents from six countries make up the substance of this transnational history of pop culture.

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