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Youth cultures in Britain: the middle class take-over


, : Youth cultures in Britain: the middle class take-over. Leisure Studies 13(1): 33-48

This article discusses the character of Britain's youth cultures at the end of the 1980s using evidence from longitudinal studies of the Economic and Social Research Council's 16-19 Initiative carried out among representative samples from four parts of the UK. The females had the highest social contact scores and equalled the males' levels of overall leisure activity.

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DOI: 10.1080/02614369400390031

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