Explain how popular culture has no fixed forms, History Assignment Homework help

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Explain how popular culture has "no fixed forms". What does this mean? Given the problematic nature of studying popular culture, because it is largely based on the tastes or favoritisms of social groups, we will discuss the ever-changing nature of popular culture. Give examples, in your own words, of how popular culture underwent major shifts during the postwar era, using chapters 1 and 5 from your textbook, and the selected library readings as a guide.

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POPULAR CULTURE
DISCUSSING POPULAR CULTURE AND ITS EVER-CHANGING NATURE
The term “popular culture” has been described as being crafted exclusively from the outside.
For years there was debate that Popular Culture was one aspect of Culture that just could not be
studied scholarly like most other aspects due to its ever-changing dynamic. This w...

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