Signs of Life in the U.S.A. Multiple Choice Test Questions

Sonia Maasik
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Introduction: Popular Signs

1. When did the Study of pop culture as an academic subject start?
(a) 1960s.
(b) 1950s.
(c) 1980s.
(d) 1990s.

2. What does a sign represent?
(a) A popular brand.
(b) A meaning or a message.
(c) A direction.
(d) An image.

3. What does the semiotic method refer to?
(a) Semiotic method refers to recognition, analysis, and interpretation of popular signs.
(b) Semiotic method refers to recognition, analysis, and interpretation of signs.
(c) Semiotic method refers to recognition, analysis, and interpretation of arguments.
(d) Semiotic method refers to recognition, analysis, and interpretation of pop culture.

4. What example do the authors use to explain the semiotic method?
(a) Fast food chains.
(b) The Beatles.
(c) American Cinema.
(d) The Volkswagen Beetle.

5. Fill-in the blank. Authors posit that pop culture is a subject that is _____________
(a) Popular with students.
(b) Easier for students.
(c) Popular with teachers and students.
(d) Familiar to students.

6. What is an example of pop culture?
(a) Libary.
(b) Museum.
(c) Park.
(d) Movie theater.

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