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Youth Culture’, in the singular and with capital letters, is a term we borrow from and refer to in our analysis, but which we cannot and do not use in any but a descriptive sense. It is, of course, precisely the term most common in popular and journalistic usage. It is how the ‘phenomenon of Youth’ in the post-war period has been most common-sensically appropriated. It appears to be a simple and common starting point, a simple concept. Actually, it presupposes already extremely complex relations.
Embourgeoisement’, the third and ﬁnal term in our sociological trinity, was the product of the other two. As such, it was the most constructed term of the three, since the frailties of the other two terms were compounded in it. Even so, the ‘embourgeoisement’ notion, too, had some real basis, as even its critics insisted: Our own research indicates clearly enough how increasing aﬄuence and its correlates can have many far-reaching consequences – both in undermining the viability or desirability of established life-styles and in encouraging or requiring the development of new patterns of attitudes, behaviour and relationships.
These ‘maps of meaning’ are not simply carried around in the head: they are objectivated in the patterns of social organisation and relationship through which the individual becomes a ‘social individual’. Culture is the way the social relations of a group are structured and shaped: but it is also the way those shapes are experienced, understood and interpreted. A social individual, born into a particular set of institutions and relations, is at the same moment born into a peculiar conﬁguration of meanings, which give her access to and locate her within ‘a culture’.