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master's thesis
Youth Subculure Representation on Croatian Web Portals

Leonora Bedić (2014)
Sveučilište u Zagrebu
Hrvatski studiji
ODSJEK ZA KOMUNIKOLOGIJU
Metadata
TitlePrikaz subkultura mladih na internetskim portalima u Hrvatskoj
AuthorLeonora Bedić
Mentor(s)Jelena Jurišić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Predstavnici subkulturnih stilova u Hrvatskoj pojavljivali su se ovisno o vremenskom razdoblju. Za sedamdesete su značajni šminkeri, hašomani i štemeri, za osamdesete su karakteristični punkeri, darkeri, metalci, hip-hoperi i navijači, dok se u devedesetima pojavljuju pripadnici rave kulture. Suprotno od pojma subkulture koja ne mora nužno odbacivati vladajuću kulturu, ističe se i pojam kontrakulture koji u sebi sadrži različitost, odbacivanje i općenito suprotstavljanje dominantnoj kulturi. Temelji subkulturnih istraživanja mogu se pronaći u radovima čikaške škole koja je djelovala početkom 20. stoljeća i proučavala kulture mladih. Ti istraživači su pažnju pridavali marginalnim društvenim grupama i devijantnom društvenom ponašanju iz kojega se kasnije formira pojam devijantne subkulture. U studijama čikaške škole bila je višestruko prikazana subkulturna stvarnost, ali bez navođenja samog pojma subkultura. S druge strane, birminghamska škola je značajna iz razloga što je reafirmirala pojam subkulture, iako je ignorirala sam utjecaj medija na stvaranje subkultura. Mediji imaju veliku moć stvaranja pozitivnih i negativnih slika o subkulturama mladih te mogu utjecati na stvaranje moralne panike. S obzirom na manjak empirijskih znanstvenih radova o subkulturama u kontekstu medija provedeno je istraživanje koje je nastojalo otkriti na koje sve načine hrvatski internetski portali izvještavaju o subkulturama mladih. Istraživanjem se došlo do zaključka kako analizirani portali na neravnomjeran način izvještavaju o subkulturama mladih.
Keywordssubculture the media youth news website
Parallel title (English)Youth Subculure Representation on Croatian Web Portals
Committee MembersJelena Jurišić
Ivan Burić
Ifigenija Račić
GranterSveučilište u Zagrebu
Hrvatski studiji
Lower level organizational unitsODSJEK ZA KOMUNIKOLOGIJU
PlaceZagreb
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Information and Communication Sciences
Communicology
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeDepartment of Communication Studies
Academic title abbreviationmag. comm.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2014-09-30
Parallel abstract (English)
Subcultures in Croatia changed over the course of time. The 70s were marked by mods, stoners and louts, the 80s by punks, Goths, metal-heads, hip-hoppers and football hooligans, and the 90s by rave culture. Unlike subcultures, a counterculture is substantially different from the dominant culture and rejects it. Research on subcultures originates from the early 20th century Chicago School, which specialized in urban and youth cultures. Researchers from the Chicago School focused on marginal social groups and deviant social behavior, which would later help coin the term deviant subcultures. Their studies repeatedly described various aspects of lives within subcultures without using the term explicitly. On the other hand, the Birmingham school reaffirmed subculture as a term, although ignoring the influence of the media in creating subcultures. The media have the power to depict youth subcultures both in a positive and negative light and, in the latter case, incite moral panic. Due to the lack of empirical research on media depictions of subcultures, a study was conducted to assess all the ways in which various news websites cover youth subcultures. The study showed that the media coverage in question is uneven.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)subkultura mediji mladi internetski portali
Resource typetext
Access conditionAccess restricted to students and staff of home institution
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:111:009855
CommitterRužica Grbešić