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mediajournal#3 - Tyler Carlson MUH 2019-03 Media Journal #3...

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Tyler Carlson MUH 2019-03 Media Journal #3 September 16, 2009 At the end of World War II, the United States of America was exploding both with vast economical expansion and the industry production numbers through the roof. All types of luxuries and technologies were introduced to the people. From microwaves to credit cards; America, as we knew it was growing incredibly. The rising of capitalism was the particular socio-political idea of the time, in which means of production were owned privately, and was the rising of capitalism; labor, goods, and capital are all traded in a market. Most importantly of the time the pop music became Rock ‘N’ Roll. There was a shift from the racial marketing strategies of the 1920s, to a new generational strategy, in which the main focus were the upcoming new generation from the “baby boom” of 1946-1964, especially the teenager age group. This newfound sensation was not just a music genre, but instead a culture completely of it’s own. The television,
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