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인류학적 분류에 따른 스트리트 스타일의 발생과 계보에 관한 연구

Title
인류학적 분류에 따른 스트리트 스타일의 발생과 계보에 관한 연구
Other Titles
A Study of Origination and Genealogy on Street Style According to Anthropology
Author
이영재
Keywords
street style; 스트리트 스타일; anthropology; 인류학; genealogy; 계보; subculture; 하위문화; Bottom up theory; 상향전파
Issue Date
2007-09
Publisher
한국패션비즈니스학회
Citation
패션비즈니스, v. 11, No. 4, Page. 183-203
Abstract
This study aims at providing useful fundamental information to re-establish the theories of modern fashion by examining the origination and genealogy of street style. The street styles focusing on caucasoid have a variety of genealogies such as western type, beat, teddy boy, hippie, skinhead, punk, neuron-mantic, indie kid, riot grrrl, grunge and techno cyber punk. In the same period, on the contrary, the streets styles focusing on negroid are zootie, hipster, modernist, rude boy, two-tone, rastafarian, funky, B-boy, fly girl, raggamuffine, bhangra, and acid jazz, which are seen as the culture of the large cities formed along Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean sea like England, America and Jamaica. These have root as the main fashion in western society. Ironically, most of the subculture concentrated on the whites were racists. Because of such a reason, the street styles have been formed as resistance culture that was unable to sympathize with their society and characteristics by distinguishing the whites and the colored people. Zootie or hipster that is one of the street fashion styles was formed in the 1940-50s, while the colored people who lived in the west Indies migrated to England or America. As a minimal modernist style called Ivy look in US, in that time, anti-culture formed by teenagers in whitey, teddy boy and mods fashion can be strictly different from the zootie and hipster. The colored people's street styles of the 1960s developed into aggressive and hard forms from the rude boy and two-tone while their resistance toward the whites was stronger. The rastafarian style researched the peak as the colored people's traditional ethnic characteristics or resistance intention for their freedom in the 1970s. In that time,
URI
http://kiss.kstudy.com/thesis/thesis-view.asp?key=2640261http://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/106668
ISSN
1229-3350; 2288-1867
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