Skinhead Inspiration

Skinhead Inspiration
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On her MySpace page, 'Nausea' delivers a lengthy and detailed piece on the Skinhead movement, its roots, its evolution and the subcutlure around it.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 7 may 2007

On her MySpace page, ‘Nausea’ delivers a lengthy and detailed piece on the Skinhead movement, its roots, its evolution and the subcutlure around it. She introduces her analysis by saying:

Skinheads, named after their cropped or shaven heads, are members of a working class subculture that originated in Britain in the 1960s, where they were heavily influenced by the rude boys of the West Indies and the mods of the UK.

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