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Popular cultures are cultures that are common to ordinary people in any society.docx

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Popular cultures are cultures that are common to ordinary people in any society. Unlike High cultures that exist only in well todo and high class members of the society, popular cultures are cultures that that can be openly discussed and experienced bymost members of the society. In the modern society today, popular cultures are promoted and spread by mainstream mediasuch as radios, televisions and print media such as newspapers and magazines.Examples of popular cultures include events such as sports and music. In sports, this usually involves different members ofsociety playing different roles such as administrators of the sports, the players themselves, owners of sporting clubs to thespectators who can be adults and children alike in a society supporting their favorite teams.
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