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Countercultural communes

a sociological perspective

by Gilbert Zicklin

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Communal living -- United States -- Case studies.,
    • Subculture -- United States -- Case studies.,
    • Hippies -- United States -- Case studies.,
    • United States -- Rural conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGilbert Zicklin.
      SeriesContributions in sociology,, no. 44
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ971 .Z52 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 198 p. ;
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3500829M
      ISBN 100313207097
      LC Control Number82021086

      Includes a small-group Bible Study Book, DVD teaching from David Platt with six minute sessions, and the book on which the study was based. Counter Culture Bible Study Book. Includes teaching outlines, small group discussion guides, applicable scripture, individaul study, and practical application. The collections on communes at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst Special Collections. Includes a digitized documentary (ca ) for the Brotherhood of the Spirit, "the largest commune in the United States," and the digitized New Babylon Times/Green Mountain Post, the countercultural literary magazine produced by members of the.

        Yet as Fred Turner points out in his revealing new book, “From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, the Whole Earth Network, and . Many of the ideals and values of the Hippie movement came from a small group of New York City writers who called themselves the Beat Generation - or Beats for short. The main beat authors included Jack Kerouac, Alan Ginsberg, and William Burroughs.. During the late s and s, the Beat authors wrote a series of poems, novels, and books that outlined a whole new set of values and ways of.

        And while the book vividly documents his role in “the creation of the American counterculture, the birth of the personal computer, the rise of rock and roll, the back-to-the-land and commune. Communes: Selected full-text books and articles Countercultural Communes: A Sociological Perspective By Gilbert Zicklin Greenwood Press, Read preview Overview.


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Alternative-family communes Countercultural communes ("hippies") Political communes Spiritual communes Central characteristics of communes Edit. The central characteristics of communes, and the definition of what a commune is, have changed over the years. In the s, almost any counter-cultural, rural, intentional community was called a commune.

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Written in the style of a “how-to” manual for members of the counterculture, Steal This Book is a snapshot of the hippie movement and the ideals it perpetuated. Subsections include information detailing how to successfully grow cannabis, protest, live in a commune, and even shoplift.

It was so provocative that Hoffman eventually created his own publishing company, Pirate Editions, in order to sell Countercultural communes book book. This is a list of books and publications related to the hippie includes books written at the time about the counterculture of the s and early s, books that influenced the culture, and books published after its heyday that document or analyze the culture and period.

The list includes both nonfiction and fictional works, with the fictional works including novels about the. Set and Setting: The Roots of the s-Era Communes; 2. The New Communes Emerge: ; 3. Communes Begin to Spread: ; 4.

Out of the Haight and Back to the Land: Countercultural Communes after the Summer of Love; 5. Searching for a Common Center: Religious and Spiritual Communes; 6.

Secular Visionaries: Communes for Social. Display and its social dimensions are leitmotifs in the multiform art practice of Martin Beck. His exhibition ‘Last Night’ at Kunsthaus Glarus reflected on the relations between exhibiting and community by bringing together two bodies of works: one drawing on modern exhibition history, the other building on the history of countercultural communes in the s and early s United States.

From the European Romantics of the 18 th century avant-garde to the pre-WWI Bohemians, the world’s been struck by many a powerful counter-cultural movement. The one that’s closest to our hearts, though, spanned the mid-twentieth century, and was rooted in the USA: from the post-War s right though to the early days of the s, America was bombarded with hippies.

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Barry Miles's top 10 counterculture books From Soho beatniks of the 50s to suburban punks in the 70s, the social historian turns us on to the best. A counterculture (also written counter-culture) is a subculture whose values and norms of behavior differ substantially from those of mainstream society, often in opposition to mainstream cultural mores.

A countercultural movement expresses the ethos and aspirations of a specific population during a well-defined era. When oppositional forces reach critical mass, countercultures can trigger.

Melville, a sociologist, combines journalistic description of contemporary rural communes and analysis of countercultural goals and values with brief retrospection of 19th-century utopian communitarian theory and experiments. search for primary sources on countercultural communes.

Though such sources were scarce, I was fortuitous enough to find a few memoirs by former members of the countercultural commune, Drop City, along with publications by former residents of The Farm and Twin Oaks.

The discussions of freedom from “oppressive mainstream” society. From Counterculture to Cyberculture is the first book to explore this extraordinary and ironic transformation. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device by: The New Left. Left‐wing politics in the s attracted primarily middle‐class college students. The Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), founded at the University of Michigan inwas the organizational base for the New term “New Left” was coined in the group's Port Huron Statement, which criticized the lack of individual freedom and the power of bureaucracy in.

Counterculture and the Occult. Perhaps the single most important vector for the popularization of occult spirituality in the twentieth century is the countercultural explosion associated with “the Sixties”—an era whose political and culture dynamics hardly fit within the boundaries of that particular decade.

The counterculture of the s was an anti-establishment cultural phenomenon that developed throughout much of the Western world between the mids and the mids. The aggregate movement gained momentum as the Civil Rights Movement continued to grow, and, with the expansion of the US government's extensive military intervention in Vietnam, would later become, in the eyes of Outcome: Cultural movements, British Invasion, Hippie.

counterculture: Any culture whose values and lifestyles are opposed to those of the established mainstream culture, especially to Western culture. Woodstock: A music festival in the town of Bethel, New York, from August 15 to Aug ; it is widely regarded as.

Counter Culture Book David Platt shows Christians how to actively take a stand on such issues as poverty, sex trafficking, marriage, abortion, racism, and religious liberty — and challenges us to become passionate, unwavering voices for Christ. The same kind of collapse of the countercultural communes could also occur to computer networks.

Turner concludes that despite its fabulous potential, the cybernetic trope is a disembodied trope that handily ignores the material reality upon which the ideal depends for its existence and functioning.a street corner in San Francisco which epitomized the counter culture movement; it was the destination for thousands of youth seeking drugs, free love and an escape from the establishment; by the end of the s it became a dangerous, crime-ridden area.

This book surveys the broad sweep of this great social yearning from the first portents of a new type of communitarianism in the early s through the waning of the movement in the mids. Based on more than five hundred interviews conducted for the 60s Communes Project, among other sources, it preserves a colorful and vigorous episode in Cited by: