Annotated Bibliography Hippie Culture




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September 16, 2009

Annotated Bibliography -- Hippie Culture

Binkley, Sam. “Hippies.” St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture. Ed. Tom Pendergast. Detroit: St. James Press, 2000. Print.

This article states what the hippies’ main goals and beliefs were. Second, it highlights the major gatherings and festivals.


Davis, Fred. "Heads and Freaks: Patterns and Meanings of Drug Use Among Hippies." Journal of Health & Social Behavior 9.2 (1968): 156-164. Academic Search Complete. EBSCOhost. UWEC McIntyre Lib., Eau Claire, WI. 15 Sep. 2009 http://search. ebscohost.com.

This article describes the different types of hippies based on their drug use and lifestyle. Also, it states the effects of the drugs they were using.


Fine, Jason. "Woodstock." Rolling Stone July 2007: 98-140. Academic Search Premier. EBSCOhost. UWEC McIntyre Lib., Eau Claire, WI. 15 Sep. 2009 http://search. ebscohost.com.

This article describes one of the major gatherings of the hippies. Also, it states some of the famous performers at this event. Third, it states some of the things that made Woodstock famous.


Haan, Norma. "Moral and Ego Stages in Relationship to Ego Processes: A Study of 'Hippies'." Journal of Personality 41.4 (1973): 596-612. Academic Search Complete. EBSCOhost. UWEC McIntyre Lib., Eau Claire, WI. 15 Sep. 2009 http://search.ebscohost.com.

This journal describes the difference between hippies and activist. Also, explains the major goals of the hippies. Third, describes their lifestyle and drug use.


“Hippies.” American Decades: 1960-1969. Ed. Richard Layman. New York: Gale Research, 1995. Print.

This article describes where the hippies originated from. Second, states their major advances as a group in society.


Howard, John. “The Flowering of the Hippie Movement.”Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (1969): 46-55. JSTOR. JSTOR. UWEC McIntyre Lib., Eau Claire, WI. 16 Sep. 2009 http://jstor.org.

This article describes the different types of hippies based on their lifestyle, drugs, and place. Also, describes their effect on society and the American culture.


Jacobson, Mark. "Long Hot Summer of Love." New York June 2007: 96-98. Academic Search Complete. EBSCOhost. UWEC McIntyre Lib., Eau Claire, WI. 15 Sep. 2009 http://search.ebscohost.com.

This article describes the negative side of the lifestyle and the different groups of hippies clashing. It also states some of the stereotypes made against them.


Kitts, Thomas. “Documenting, Creating, and Interpreting Moments of Definition: Monterey Pop Festival, Woodstock, and Gimme Shelter.” Journal of Popular Culture 42.4 (2009): 715-762. Academic Search Complete. EBSCOhost. UWEC McIntyre Lib., Eau Claire, WI. 16 Sep. 2009 http://search.ebscohost.com.

This article talks about the major music festivals and group protests. It also refers to their anti-war movements.


Miller, Timothy. The 60’s Communes: Hippies and Beyond. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1999. Print.

This book describes the places where the hippies would live and gather. It also notes how they started a new culture apart from the established society.


Spates, James. “Beats, Hippies, the Hip Generation, and the American Middle Class: An Analysis of Values.” International Social Science Journal 24.2 (1972): 326-355 Academic Search Complete. EBSCOhost. UWEC McIntyre Lib., Eau Claire, WI. 16 Sep. 2009 http:// search.ebscohost.com

This article analyzes a group of young adults who dropped out of American society. It describes how they lived, dressed, and acted.


Welters, Linda. "The Natural Look: American Style in the 1970s." Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture 12.4 (2008): 489-510. Academic Search Complete. EBSCOhost. UWEC McIntyre Lib., Eau Claire, WI. 15 Sep. 2009 http://search. ebscohost.com.

This article refers to the style started in the late sixties. It also states their all natural approach to hair, make-up and clothing.


Wilson, Craig. "1969: The Year that Defined an Era." USA Today Jan. 2009. Academic Search Complete. EBSCOhost. UWEC McIntyre Lib., Eau Claire, WI. 16 Sep. 2009 http:// search.ebscohost.com.

This article analyzes the major events happening in the late sixties. It also claims that there was an America before 1969 and a different America after 1969.

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