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Popular culture (Pop or Mass Culture) is the structure of cultural perceptions andpractices in normal culture (Little & McGivern, 2014). It is also a social action, physical culturein general, and public interest, including sport, entertainment, popular music, leisure,cyberculture, and the food they eat. These examples of popular cultures could inform the societyor larger culture through Mass Communication such as radio, television, internet, etc. Forexample, people can use television for watching films, news from different places, watch theirfavorite soap operas. People often enjoy or emotionally relate to what they are watching, whichbecomes a part of their daily lives or habits. Instead of calling family and friends by phone, theycan connect through chat with them. Also, the Company owners use internet marketing for
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