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Locate a Juvenile Justice corrections or rehabilitation facility within your community. If there is not a facility in your local area, locate a facility in your state. Research the mission, policy, and practices of your chosen facility. Report the pros an

Locate a Juvenile Justice corrections or rehabilitation facility within your community. If there is not a facility in your local area, locate a facility in your state. Research the mission, policy, and practices of your chosen facility. Report the pros an

1. first initial post – incite qoutes and reference page for both posts below also respond to both peers Define the term “suburbia”. What were some of the common values
shared by popular culture within the suburban landscape of the 1950’s
and 1960’s. How did these values begin to shift? 250 word minimum for
your initial post.

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Discuss the social impact that musicians such as Bob Dylan and the
Beatles had on the youth culture of the “baby boomer”/ “Woodstock”
generation. Your initial post should be a minimum of 250 words.

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peer 1:suburbua post – respond to this student nicole

When it comes to the definition of suburbia, there are multiple
different definitions. The first one would be it means a residential
district that is found on the outskirts of a city. The second one has to
do with suburbanite’s, which are considered a cultural class or
subculture. (Definitions for Suburbia, n.d.)

In the 1950s to 1960s, family life was centered on buying homes,
appliances, automobiles, services and fun activities. During this
Cold War and Soviet Union conflicts, Americans found a new way of life
and loved to contrast the freedom and prosperity in the system of
middle-class democracy and capitalism. A man named William Levitt
bought 1,500 acres of potato fields where houses, playgrounds, pools,
shopping centers, bowling alleys, and a town hall were
built. Since suburbia was growing so quick, people could get mortgages
with low-interest, low to no money down and tax subsidies. This allowed
for a lot of houses to go up, but it also meant that there was less
forests, and land for farming. As time went on, Suburbia was noticed by
separating people by race because as white people moved to suburbs,
African American and Hispanics were left in the inner city. People who
were single, minorities or elderly were also not found it the suburbs.
As middle-class people started to move out of inner cities, they started
to deteriorate and crime rates went up drastically. (Moss, n.d.)

peer two respond to this post gao yang

The issues of the baby boom time period are that it could hugely
impact the population change and cause social and economic impacts. One
economic impact of the baby boom is the concern that when baby boomers
get older and retire, the dependency ratio will increase.

The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Woodstock all came at a very
influential time in America. Dominant culture was taking over and try to
calm the fears of parents, but adolescences like the baby boomers were
ready to experience the world. The success of Bob Dylan as a musician
during the 1960s is complex to assess. He was credited and redefining an
entire genre of popular music. He introduced the electric guitar to
folk music, became the first truly popular singer to a use
non-conventional, raspy voice.

As The Beatles popularity grew, so did their taste for freedom.
With their lyrics, they started having drugs and controversial lyrics
and their fans has followed as well. Parents started to not like the
lyrics and disapproved. With Bob Dylan, parents never liked him. He was
free spirited and had no problem expressing his views about America.

With the baby boomers, hippie had influence and spread rapidly.
This allow the young adults to escape from polictics and everyday
expectations of America. The idea that is behind Woodstock counter
drugs, peace, and love is oppsing viewpoint of everyday norm. It was
everything that parents had fought so hard to keep it away from their
childrens. It is something dangerous that could get the childrens in
deep trouble.

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