Violence as self-defence – Behaviour and self-image of marginal subculture members

The author-sociologist analyses the whys and hows of getting into the forefront of the cult of violence, national intolerance and elements of fascist ideology of the attitude of young generations in the 1980s. He traces back partly psychological motivations, partly the hopelessness of the social position when discussing the emergence of these phenomena that can be identified with conscious fascism only very rarely and by taking abundant quotations from young people's ideals, he shows the specific features of thinking of this marginal group.