Modernism And Postmodernism's Theory Of Popular Culture

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Register to read the introduction… Although it remains unorganized in any institutional sense, the study of fashion as cultural practice has produced some striking analyses of effects of postmodernism in this, the most intimate, general and widely experienced area of socio-cultural life. The history of fashion does have a significant and well addressed modernist phase. The insistence on purity and function, along with the hatted of superfluous ornament. It is even possible to conceive the invention of something like a modernist body the slim and functional female figure of 1920’s, liberated from the corset and the paraphelia of female ornament. , But also compelled to pay conscious attention to the body via the internalized artifice of diet and exercise. The predictable form of postmodern departure from this would of course be return to ornament, decoration and stylistic eclecticism, and it’s indeed possible to see this in the abundant multiplicity of styles and accelerated rhythm of fashion from the prosperous years of the 1960’s …show more content…
It’s a basic model that explains the movement very well. The model develops Communicator, Message, Medium, Receiver, and Effect. I think postmodernism developed like in this model. Communicator has been sometimes an artwork; an architectural work, a dress, a song or a poet message is always hidden in these works of art or these kinds of communicators. The artist or architect decides his message in his mind and reflects it in his works. The way to communicate with society is the works of the people whom wants to give a message to society. The receiver is the society and they take the message given by the communicators after these processes. The main purpose of all these are to give the message to the society, which is the receiver. After that society takes the message and the message effects every part of society differently. Every receiver takes the message differently and different effects are created on

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