Skinhead

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Omnibus, 1982 - Music - 114 pages
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This title presents a handbook of the potent skinhead cult. It traces the development of the skinhead movement in England, describes the characteristics and behaviour of these gangs, and explains their attitudes towards school, the police, and the government.

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User Review  - Becky Dock - Goodreads

Night's book provides a well rounded overview into skinhead culture. It gives a nice introduction on the the subculture's origins, then follows it's progression through to the 1980's. It's pleasing to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Goodreads

Night's book provides a well rounded overview into skinhead culture. It gives a nice introduction on the the subculture's origins, then follows it's progression through to the 1980's. It's pleasing to ... Read full review

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Knight rose to prominence with his daring fashion photography and advertising campaigns.

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