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    1960s Culture

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    The Decade of Peace, War, and Everything In-Between 1969 was the era of change by the people, not authority. Authority was questioned in the 60s, and that is why the 1969 cannot be described without it’s predecessors. Conflicts were resolved by the people, government had to shape to the people . The years 1960 to 1969 brought out the best and worst of the United States and society. Politics ruled society in the 60s and America was divided for the majority of the decade because of the chaos of war, politics, and domestic affairs. The Vietnam war wrecked more havoc in America’s society than in Vietnam itself. The vocal majority of the nation was completely against the idea or war and being involved in external affairs, hence creating a U.S…

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    Working Title Food and drink. We all consume them, as they’re a huge part of live, something we all need to survive. Thanks to great minds of the present and past, we’ve been able to create and manufacture new and better consumable items. The 1960s gave us many new changes in the food industry, drink industry, and new branded snacks and pop. The sixties brought us many new innovations in the food industry. For example, “Dominos added delivery to the pizza business when they opened their first…

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    1960s Fashion Design

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    The fashion styles and design associated with the 1960s were a reflection of a growing number of teenagers and the youth of that time becoming wealthier. How true is this? This case study is concerned with looking at whether or not it is fair to agree with statement that the fashion and design associated with the 1960s was a reflection of the youth of the time becoming wealthier. This cases study is concentrating on the teenagers living in the United States during this time. The central concept…

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    In 1960, the United States was on the edge of a major social change, there were many changes for some groups of people that had been inhibited or subordinate such as Afro-Americans, Native Americans and women. These groups were mostly helped and supported by young people who were aware about politics and laws in the U.S. These helpers were often affiliated with "counter-cultural" lifestyles and radical politics, many descendants of the Second World War generation emerged as promoters of a new…

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    Designers of the 1960s that Redefined Fashion Barbara Hulanicki and Mary Quant were two of the most revolutionary and iconic fashion designers, forever changing today’s fashion. These women were both set on a goal, determined to change fashion- and the mark they left on the fashion world will never be forgotten. These women designed every piece of clothing by scratch, and made their clothes affordable and stylish to reach out to the younger crowds. Barbara Hulanicki and Mary Quant were some of…

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    1960's Fashion Trends

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    already begun in the late fifties. In the west, the youth was benefiting from the post-war industrial boom, and had no problem finding work with the extra cash they earned. Many were able to spend more and began to redress themselves accordingly. The 1960’s era was a time that was notorious for its technology and innovation. This 1960’s era was booming with creativity. People started to venture outside of the traditional mindset established by their elders, and the new generation made a great…

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    Games and Hobbies in the 1906s “We don’t stop playing because we grow old;we grow old because we stop playing”.The games that children played in the 1960s influenced the games children play to day. First, toys in the 1960s were a moor part of children's lives. Children in the 1960s had favorite toys.Toys made in the 1960s are still around for people to by(Phipps). Toys in the 60s became more interactive with light and sounds(“1960s Popular Vintage Children Toys”). Toys were made based on…

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    1960's Popular Culture

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    Popular Culture – Fashion Fashion has always mirrored people’s attitudes of different times which is definitely true for the 1960’s. This decade was marked by the change in the community and especially the youth culture. Kids grew up and demanded their preferred clothing style. Designers started to bring out more colour and bold designs of clothing. Reds, greens, and other colours attracted the public and soon everyone was wearing vibrant colours instead of the older grey, brown and dull…

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    Talent from the 1960’s vs. Today’s I’ve always wondered what happened to the music industry? What happened to the simpler music about love and peace? Now a-days there’s hardly ever any meaning to lyrics. All we here about are breakups, parties, the luxurious life that these artists are living, or artists hating on other people. We have artists that always take it that extra step when it comes to tuning their voices on their tracks that it makes them sound like robots, or take it that extra step…

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    using mathematical models with heavy reliance on numbers and quantitative analysis. According to Hudson, synoptic planning has roughly four classical elements: (1) specification of goals and targets; (2) identification of policy alternatives; (3) evaluation of means against ends; and (4) implementation of policy. Edward Banfield is believed to be one of the many students of the planning process who developed these steps. Synoptic planning has been a dominant planning tradition but this tradition…

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