Teenagers: The Rise of Youth Culture in New Zealand

Teenagers is a groundbreaking history of young people in New Zealand from the nineteenth century to the 1960s Through the diaries and letters, photographs and drawings that teenagers left behind, we meet New Zealanders as they transition from children to adults sealers and bushfellers, factory girls and newspaper boys, the male mashers of the 1880s and the female flapTeenagers is a groundbreaking history of young people in New Zealand from the nineteenth century to the 1960s Through the diaries and letters, photographs and drawings that teenagers left behind, we meet New Zealanders as they transition from children to adults sealers and bushfellers, factory girls and newspaper boys, the male mashers of the 1880s and the female flappers of the 1910s and 20s, schoolgirls and rock n rollers, larrikins and louts By taking us inside the lives of young New Zealanders, the book illuminates from a new angle large scale changes in our society.
Teenagers The Rise of Youth Culture in New Zealand Teenagers is a groundbreaking history of young people in New Zealand from the nineteenth century to the s Through the diaries and letters photographs and drawings that teenagers left behind we m

  • Title: Teenagers: The Rise of Youth Culture in New Zealand
  • Author: Chris Brickell
  • ISBN: 9781869408688
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Teenagers: The Rise of Youth Culture in New Zealand”

    1. 4.5★I'll write my review first and choose pictures to insert later, as this books biggest strength is the lavish amount of illustrations. I loved having these youthful faces gaze out at me.Mary Annie Hargreaves 1866Another strength is Brickell's meticulous noting of sources. The reference side of the book is nearly 40 pages of the book's content.Brickell's writing style is warm and engaging - as is that of his very young sources. A lot of the 19th century teens illustrated their journals in im [...]

    2. Great history of the rise of teenage culture in New Zealand, complete with a number of beautiful photos. I especially enjoyed the chapter on the mid-1800s and 1950s. The author dedicates a good amount of time to each chapter and you can see he has done a lot of research into the subjects. Highly recommended

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