The Power of Subcultural Attitudes:

Mainstream attitudes typically reflect the prevailing norms and values of society at large. They are widely accepted and embraced by the majority, often shaping popular culture, fashion, and behavior. In contrast, subcultural attitudes emerge among smaller, more marginalized groups that reject or diverge from mainstream beliefs. These attitudes are often characterized by a sense of rebellion, creativity, and nonconformity. When these two attitudes converge, a countercultural movement is born. 
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