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Students’ attitude to modern phenomena of west-ern youth sub-culture

Н.Е. Воробьев, Е.А. Глебова
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Vorobjev N.
 doctor of the Theory of Education, professor,
Volgograd State Socially-Pedagogical University
Glebova E.,
enior teacher,
Volgograd State Technical University
The article presents questionnaire results relating to students’ attitude towards modern types of western sub-culture. Given is an analysis of scientific views of both foreign and Russian investigators about sub-culture role in society and it’s influence on young people’s education.
Key words: youth sub-culture, western sub-culture, sub-culture functions, sub-culture characteristics, sub-culture influence.
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