Popular culture Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Popular culture.

  • 4 Student Essays
  • 9 Encyclopedia Articles
  • ...and more

Study Pack

The Popular culture Study Pack contains:

Encyclopedia Articles (9)

4,273 words, approx. 15 pages
Popular Culture POPULAR CULTURE. The study of popular culture brings together three different yet related concerns: culture, the popular, and mass culture. Culture is the term used to denote a particu... Read more
4,333 words, approx. 15 pages
1910s: Print Culture Although going to the movies became an increasingly popular way to spend leisure time in this decade, books and magazines were still the core entertainment of most Americans. In t... Read more
6,981 words, approx. 24 pages
1920s: Print Culture Communication in America was forever changed in the 1920s. With the beginning of radio broadcasting, printed newspapers and magazines were no longer the only sources of common inf... Read more
3,637 words, approx. 13 pages
1920s: Sports and Games Along with all the other grand titles of the decade, the 1920s were also known as "The Golden Age of Sports." Players in almost every sport far exceeded fans&#x00... Read more
3,656 words, approx. 13 pages
Popular Entertainment: Escape and Engagement In film and television it is hard to determine which movie or program best represents American popular culture in the 1960s. Television included such diver... Read more
4,423 words, approx. 15 pages
Culture Industries, Media As In his essay "Culture Industry Reconsidered" (1975), Theodor Adorno recalls that Max Horkheimer and he first coined the term "culture industry"... Read more
4,682 words, approx. 16 pages
Popular Culture Since the 1960s, studies of popular culture in the United States have proliferated and a range of novel arguments have been proposed, linking patterns of popular culture production and... Read more
1,725 words, approx. 6 pages
Popular Culture The term popular culture, often shortened to pop culture, crystallized around the middle of the twentieth century in recognition of the definitive emergence in European and especially ... Read more
2,518 words, approx. 9 pages
Popular Culture Popular culture can be thought of as a composite of all the values, ideas, symbols, material goods, processes, and understandings that arise from mass media, such as the advertising an... Read more
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