(questia, 2016). The name skinhead came from the closely shaved or chopped off hair the members have.
When starting out Skinheads where all about pop culture, music, and fashion. “The first representatives of the movement were greatly influenced by black music imported by boys and British mods” (questia, 2016).In the beginning of the 1980’s the skinheads started to identify with racist and political profiling. The white power movement moved to other parts of the world especially to the United States. Skinheads in America …show more content…
Only the German Skinheads have consistently matched their American counterparts in the frequency and ferocity of their attacks” (Project, 1991-2012). Groups of Skinheads move around and change their names to help stay under the radar.
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The Skinheads offer self-esteem growing for the youth that is recruited through degrading others. It helps recruit young white boys in the future. “The Skinhead Nazi ideology offers alienated youth self-esteem through the degradation of others. Their glorification of violence provides a sense of power; the pack mentality provides a sense of security” (Project, 1991-2012). Most of the youth come from broken families or single parents. When looking for guidance in life, gangs like the skinheads offer this to the youth around to draw the youth in. These young kids and adults most of the time have no clue they are being led astray by these people. Skinheads have in the past twenty years gotten close to the KKK group. To this very day the KKK still holds rallies for their hate towards the African American population. “Skinheads were soon marching in