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How subcultures are formed?

Subcultures form when a group of people within an organization share a common problem or experience that is unique to them. Some of the areas of differentiation that contribute to the formation of subcultures are geographical separation, departmental designation, functional specialty, tenure, and identity.

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Beside this, how do subcultures affect society?

Societies are also comprised of many subcultures—smaller groups that share an identity. Countercultures reject mainstream values and create their own cultural rules and norms. Technology is also responsible for the spread of both material and nonmaterial culture that contributes to globalization.

Subsequently, question is, when did subcultures start? 1920s

Besides, what are subcultures in America?

Hacker, see Hacker (free and open source software) and Hacker (computer security) Hardline (subculture) Hip hop culture, see also B-boy, Graffiti artists. Hippie/Hippy. Hipster, see Hipster (1940s subculture) and Hipster (contemporary subculture)

Why are subcultures important?

Subculture can be important in mental health care because subcultures sometimes develop their own communication styles and social norms. Certain behavior or values may be mistakenly pathologized by people or groups outside of that subculture. Also, certain subcultures may face discrimination from the majority group.

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