The Characteristics Of American Culture: South Park Show

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America 's culture is being represented in a comedy animated sitcom called South Park. The show revolves around four elementary schoolboys who are Stan,Kyle, Eric, and Kenny. The show is based on the boys bizarre adventures around their small town in Colorado. The show uses a variety of characters that are important figures in America. This could be celebrities and political figures.South park is known to be infamous for its rude language and dark, surreal humor that satirizes tones of controversial topics happening in America. South Park is an ordinary show that has fundamental similarities than all other shows, but with a different twist In the article “Extreme LIfestyles”, the author Sonia Massik and Jack Solomon states,”Although quite …show more content…
South Park creates topics about what is happen in American society. The writers Trey Parker, and Matt Stone grab their viewers attention through the hilarious ideas they created for these topics. The show is describing how americans react to great issues going on around them.Some of those issues are about religion,politics, and Racism. America is a country with variety of different cultures. The South Park show is represents American culture through the diverse melting pot in America . South Park describes America 's melting pot in a satire way by creating topics about different religious beliefs, political views ,and Racism occurring America …show more content…
South Park uses racism in their show in order to give their audience a reality of life. The show has variety of racist scenes similar to America 's racial issues. The United States has been having controversial issues with racial profiling through law enforcement. South Park in their episodes have made the South park police a racist group of people that are prejudiced. This ideas come from the American beliefs towards different races. American is a country of different races , and ethnicities. South Park characters are mainly caucasian, but their are some minorities in the show as well. South Park distinguishes their minority characters in order to resemble how race can be an important factor to American Culture. South Park is interpreting how black people in the America are facing racism in American society. South Park is resembling their black characters in the show as the main victims of Racisms in the United States. The show is displaying how black people in America are being prosecuted because of their race.” According to the article “Is there bias in U.S law enforcement” , the author Russell Eisenman states, “ Such commentators argue that, quite regardless of whatever environmental of biological factors may be responsible for crime, American blacks are simply not more criminal than American whites -- that they are simply arrested

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