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The "Youthquake" of the 1960s resulted in the launch of many magazines aimed at young women
Journalism & Communication
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THE YOUTHQUAKE OF THE 1960S RESULTED IN THE LAUNCH OF MANY MAGAZINES AIMED AT YOUNG WOMEN. MAGAZINES SUCH AS SPARE RIB, NEW WOMAN, VIA HONEY AND COSMOPOLITAN PLOT THE EDITORIAL COURSE FOR WOMEN AND THEIR MAGAZINES FROM THE 1960S TO THE LATE 1980S. Name Course Instructor University Date of Submission The “Youthquake” of the 1960s resulted in the launch of many magazines aimed at young women.
This decade was stated as “both the best of times and the worst of times”. One of the transformational highlights that took place during this decade was a cultural revolution and transformation for of the women. The feminist trends were introduced during the sixties and the subsequent decades were affected by the feminism that came forward during the sixties. Women were following the new culture of feminism which reflected in their workplace decisions, marriage decisions, child-bearing issues and freedom of choice in their personal lives (Walsh 2010). The 1960s was a decade of change and revolutionary changes throughout the fashion trends with emerging new ideas and images, the reflection of which is still depicted through today’s fashion. The significant aspect of the 1960s was that the main focus of the fashion industry was the young population as previously only the wealthy and mature elite class was aimed at by the fashion designers and industry. This new and evolutionary trend in the fashion world led to a “Youthquake” of the 1960’s which was highlighted and communicated with the masses through a plethora of magazines such as Spare Rib, Cosmopolitan or New Woman. ...
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