popular culture

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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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Kishnewt2017
School: UT Austin

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Running head: POPULAR CULTURE

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Popular Culture
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation

POPULAR CULTURE

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Popular Culture

Philosophers, social activists, and researchers alike have often faced an inherent
stumbling block when exploring the nature, role, and position of popular culture in the society.
Having a clear understanding of the concept is essential in the promotion of the philosophical
ideology across the common mass. As enticing as this goal appears, it has proven difficult so far.
Popular culture is an exceptionally ambiguous, unstable and ...

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