Spaces, exchanges, Great Britain, Mary Quant, Twiggy, beauty, richness of our world, different cultures, multitude of countries, communities, globalization, way different lifestyle, sixty's revolutions, society
I am going to ponder over the notion 'spaces and exchanges'.
So before all, let me introduce it. The beauty and the richness of our world is due to the multitude of countries and communities, with different cultures. Each area is special in its history, its language, its customs, and so more...
Nevertheless, it's undoubtedly true that it exists links between these numerous countries, particularly in the actual context of globalization.
[...] Spaces and exchanges – To what extent have the Great Britain's changes influenced the whole world? I am going to ponder over the notion ‘spaces and exchanges.' So, before all, let me introduce it. The beauty and the richness of our world is due to the multitude of countries and communities, with different cultures. Each area is special in its history, its language, its customs, and so more Nevertheless, it's undoubtedly true that it exists links between these numerous countries, particularly in the actual context of globalization. [...]
[...] As we learned in a text about the history of London named 'Swinging 60s- Capital of Cool,' the fashion was totally metamorphosed. Indeed, girls had short hair whereas boys had long one: an unrealised situation. Moreover, girls assumed to wear flares jeans, but also miniskirts, inspired by models like Mary Quant, or Twiggy. Besides, the music was also revolutionized; a revolution permitted by the struggle of pirates, who led radios like Radio Caroline as we viewed in another document named ‘Let music rule'. [...]
[...] Furthermore, we can't ignore the struggle led by the women for equal pay. To sum up, the sixties viewed the genesis, in Great Britain, in a way different lifestyle; a lifestyle with a new technology, new fashion, new music, and social advances. And actually, this new model has been worldwidely spread: if we listen to pop music, if we wear jeans and miniskirts, if girls can choose their sexual life, and more generally, if we live like we do, it's partly thanks to the sixty's revolutions in Great Britain. [...]
[...] Finally, the third witness evokes the very fast new plane named ‘the Concord' or even the Mini, and the hovercraft. Actually, this document makes us realize that our daily life machines are partly due to this decade. So, the economic boom opened a lot of doors in terms of new technologies. II. Lifestyle revolutions But thanks to a very young population of baby boomers, the country also lived a lifestyle revolution. During the sixties, it happened things that had never happened before. [...]
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