Rock& roll generation: teen life in the 50s. Examines various aspects of teen life in the 1950s, a decade characterized by the emergence of rock'n'roll, looking at the music and musicians, Elvis, movie idols, hot rods, fashion, and the youth market. (not yet rated) 0 with reviews Be the first.
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Teenage Life in 1950's Parents of the 50's didn't want their kids listening to the new rocknroll because they A" generation gap" was formed as teen
James Dean and Marlon Brando. Sandra Dee and Elvis. Dick Clark says that during the 1950s" a major upheaval occurred: The world became youth conscious, and reenters developed their own taste in movies, cars, fashion, music, and media. " The new youth culture was embodied above all, in the wild new beat of rock and roll music.
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Teen choices of new music began influencing society. A" generation gap" was formed as teen dress, beliefs, pastimes, social mores, speech patterns differed from their parent's generation. Alan Freed coined the term" rock and roll" in 1952 and it caught on a giving teens a focus and making the music more acceptable. White teens with more money