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Zur Jugendrevolte 1981’ Kursbuch 65. Der große Bruch – Revolte 1981 (Berlin: Kursbuch Verlag). 24. M. ) (1981) Aussteigen oder rebellieren. Jugendliche gegen Staat und Gesellschaft (Reinbek: Rowohlt); M. Bock et al. (1989) Zwischen Resignation und Gewalt. Jugendprotest in den achtziger Jahren (Opladen: Leske & Budrich). 25. D. Roth and R. Rucht (eds) (2000) Jugendkulturen, Politik und Protest. Vom Widerstand zum Kommerz? (Opladen: Leske & Budrich); A. Schildt and D. Siegfried (eds) (2006) Between Marx and Coca-Cola.
Grzegorz Piotrowski witnesses a similar pattern in Poland, focusing on punk, the Jarocin festival and the rise of dissident youth movements. During the 1980s, the Jarocin festival attracted thousands of alternative youths and thus became a space of distribution of ideas and subcultural practices, rather than revolt. Dissident youths attended as well, but according to Piotrowski, ‘the youth revolt at Jarocin was not explicitly political: it was more against the social system and their lack of prospects’.
Kriesi, Die Zürcher Bewegung, p. 66. Koopmans, quoted in D. della Porta, Social Movements, Political Violence and the State, p. 53. M. Mazower (2000) Dark Continent: Europe’s Twentieth Century (New York: Vintage), pp. 327–59; T. Judt (2005) Postwar: A History of Europe since 1945 (New York: Penguin), pp. 453–635. F. de Vries (2006) Club Risiko: De Jaren Tachtig Toen en Nu (Amsterdam: Nijgh en Van Ditmar); Subcultures Network (eds) (2015) Fight Back: Punk, Politics and Resistance (Manchester: Manchester University Press).
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