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    Cedric Deal AP Human Geography P4 1/22/2017 1. A. Folk culture can be defined as culture traditionally practiced by a small, homogeneous, rural group living in relative isolation from other groups. B. Pop culture can be defined as culture found in a large, heterogeneous society that shares certain habits despite differences in other personal characteristics. C. The diffusion of folk culture compared to popular culture, is that folk culture is transmitted from one location to another more…

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    Scenario 7 describes that a child’s gender identity may be swayed by popular culture resources. In scenario 7, the educator was worried that boys who frolicked with toys naturally considered to be a male gender such as GI Joe became “louder, boisterous and physical”, while girls who frolicked with toys such as Barbie became “quiet and passive”. Even things as apparently innocuous as colouring books are promoted as being for one gender or the other and feature completely different content…

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    Facebook, Youtube, pop music, Mcdonald's and pop culture. America in a sense sets the way we perceive things and the way we act in which are influenced and created by American popular culture. The latest craze or what is currently “in” not only structures our society, but the entire world. It was expressed by Allen Ginsberg that “whoever controls the media- the image- controls the culture,.” which reflects how America has a hand in shaping the culture around the world. Since the second world…

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    The video posted by Omeleto was called “The Objectification of Women,” it argued “the harm caused by the objectification of women in popular culture is not theoretical” but real and we need “stand up”…

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    POPULAR CULTURE Nuray ÖZTÜRK 110111041 Criticism of Capitalism and Patriarchy In Popular Culture ÖZTÜRK 2 The concept of culture and popular is need to be known in order to understand popular culture totally. Thus, the creator of these concepts should be taken into consideration. Undoubtedly this creator is human being. People live in society as communities and they create culture and it occurs both as material and intellectual (Erdoğan,1). Traditions, eating and wearing styles, religions,…

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    theater’s is an important factor to consider because popular culture develops at the intersection of the rural and urban cultural divide. The rural communities from the hinterlands and the urban communities were both able to influence the films being created because nickelodeon theaters catered to their audiences and developed films that would generate the most revenue. The folk culture of the hinterlands would intermingle with the elite culture of the urban cities, and create a new byproduct…

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    Avoiding popular culture can be difficult, since popular culture is ubiquitous. Popular culture is seen everywhere from billboards to computer advertisements. Popular culture is also such a large part of young American identities, since it helps teenagers express who they are more adequately. However, I did not really have the opportunity to do this because I felt as though I needed to save my money to better my life. Once I turned sixteen, I got a job because I knew I was going to have to rely…

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    Study Of Popular Culture

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    that popular culture was a valid object for academic study? Apprehension around studying popular culture can be attributed to an understanding of popular culture as meaning ‘low culture’, and therefore having little worthiness of study. However, the conceptual division between high and low culture, is now understood to be of no relevance to aesthetic worth, but more to political and social distinctions. Remove the word popular from the question, and the consideration of studying all culture is…

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    Japanese Popular Culture Japanese culture, particularly traditional Japanese culture has plenty of roots in traditional Chinese culture. However, Japanese culture is rich and diverse, dating back to 10,000 BC when the Jomon people first settled in Japan. It is widely known for its traditional arts and its contemporary pop culture. Nowadays in Japan it is still possible to notice kimono-clad women shuffling down the street with umbrellas overhead and oversized sumo wrestlers battling competitors…

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    1. Define popular culture in one sentence and in your own words (don’t look up a definition). Popular culture is the predominant culture of mainstream society, encompassing the tastes of most of societies inhabitants. 2. Which elements of popular culture do you consume? Popular culture incorporates an array of genres, personally I consume popular music, primarily those played on the radio. Major sporting associations, football, basketball, hockey, and soccer. Additionally, movies and tv shows…

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