В«Evolution of Youth Groups in RussiaВ» By the mid-1960s teenagers had begun to form cultural groupings. Pioneers Are the first cultural groupings of Russian teenagers. Different subcultures exist in Russia as they do in other countries. Today the life of many young people in Russia is influenced by popular culture. Graffiti Skinhead Goth Hip-hop culture Raver Hippie Punk Emo Biker Emo Emo is commonly tied to both music and fashion as well as an inspiration toward the emo subculture, and the term "emo" is sometimes stereotyped with tight jeans on males and females alike, long fringe (bangs) brushed to one side of the face or over one or both eyes, dyed black, straight hair, tight t-shirts (usually short-sleeved) which often bear the names of emo bands (or other designer shirts), studded belts, belt buckles, canvas sneakers or skate shoes or other black shoes and thick, black horn-rimmed glasses. Goth The members of this subculture wear the blackest black, with a lot of silver jewellery and have very black hair and look as thin and pale as possible. Graffiti Modern graffiti predates hip hop by almost a decade and has its own culture, complete with its own unique style and slang. Punk A young person who dresses in a shocking way to express his or her identity Hip-hop During the early 1970s, it came to the attention of DJs that the percussion parts of music; the break-beat; were most popular for dancing Raver These are folks who use computermade, synthesized music, and drugs to create massive allnights dance parties in empty warehouses. Skinhead They cut their hair shorter than others do. Are usually regarded as violent and aggressive. Biker All person who ride 2 or sometimes 3 wheeled motorized vehicles and who identify themselves with a particular Hippie It is person who wear a pair of worn-out blue jeans, long hair tied with bit of string and a couple of decorate chains. Thanks for the your attention! Made by: Ivanova Y. Neizhmakova M. Zhilinskaya K. Orekhov A. Ledyanova K.