An urban tribe is a group of people who behave according to the ideology of a subculture that originates and develops in the atmosphere of a city or town.
Urban tribes are characterized by maintaining a similar aesthetic from several individuals of the same trend. Often accompanied sociopolitical convictions or religious ormystical character, depending on the movement or urban tribe belonging.

The image has long ceased to be passive. With television because there is not enough immediate or social ties. On the Internet everyone can build your own show a piacere, have many different audiences, and then jump to live "fame." As in the TV stations, buteasier. Are the requirements? Three in one: become a member of (Flog, its abbreviation), upload photos look with the best atmosphere, and record global firms (comments). Because, say the floggers, its users, "the more you are recognized, more famous you are." Each signature on a Fotolog function as a return to the question:Who am I? Am I cute or not?

The Floggers, became the ultimate expression of this trend, depending on how popular they are, they charge between 600 and 4000 pesos for stepping on the runway for 40 minutes, sign autographs and take pictures with fans, other floggers unknown.

The Gamer always preferred to keep playing video gamesand the pc, and no child had a very soccer, which determined that his football talent is nearly equal to 0. Also some came to play acceptably as advocates in some chopped, especially if your business is the left leg .

Roling is the name given to an urban tribe of Argentina, whose popularity exploded in 1995. Also called in thisway the followers of this. A synonym of this tribe is the word "stone." Are characterized by their aesthetic based on, among other influences, that of Mick Jagger in the early '60s. It is also characterized by their followers like roling rock, and the type of behaviors that these are characteristic of the "neighborhood [continua]

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