Definitions of the Counterculture In its most common and initial sense, the counterculture refers to the culture, especially of young people, with values or lifestyles in opposition to those of the established culture in the dictionary. Until its appearance in 1969 in Theodore Roszak's influential book, The Making of a Counter Culture, "counterculture", written as one word or two, has become the standard term to describe the cultural revolt of the young. Although distinct countercultural undercurrents exist in all societies,…...
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Miller, Timothy: The Hippies and American Values. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1991.
Roszak, Theodore: The Making of a Counterculture. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1969.
Westhues, Kenneth: Society's Shadow: Studies in the Sociology of Countercultures. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1972.
Bradbury, Malcolm and Temperley, Howard. Introduction to American Studies. New York: Longman House, 1981.
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