Extrapolate – To infer an unknown from something known.
Matza’s drift -
Bashment – A type of Jamaican popular music developed in the 1960’s.
Notoriety – The state, quality, or character of being notorious or widely known.
Ex. In the Road culture, a person who had notoriety was one of the most respected and feared in the community.
Marginalization – To place in a position of marginal importance, influence, or power.
Ex. The marginalization of Unions has been diminished in Wisconsin due to the new law.
Hedonistic – Characteristic of devoting life to pleasure and self gratification.
Ex. The life of a rude boy is very hedonistic because most of their actions was for personal gain and gratification.
Internalization – To incorporate (the cultural values, mores, motives, etc. of another or of a group, as through learning, socialization, or identification.
Ex. The internalization of cultures in America has actually made its citizens more accepting of others.
Engender – To come into existence.
Ex. Much of youth violence today has been engendered by hatred.
Mundane – Common; ordinary; banal; unimaginative
Ex. In Road culture, unlawful action is are seen as mundane and required to most in Manor.
Subjectivity – Existing in the mind; belonging to the thinking subject rather than to the object of thought.
Diaspora – Any group migration or flight from a country.
Ex. The Diasporas of Africans was massive during the mid-Atlantic slave trade.
Discourse – Communication of thoughts by speech or writing.
Ex. The discourse of researchers in the academic journals can be overwhelming and frustrating to its readers.
Ethnography – Branch of anthropology dealing with the scientific description of individual cultures.
Ex. Ethnography has a huge role in the research article titled,” Growing Up Bad” ,which deals with ethnicity and community.
Semiological – The study of signs and symbols.
Hyper–masculinity – Having...