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Unformatted text preview: POP CULTURE refers to the most common groundit is the most visible and pervasive level of culture in a given community. Pop culture is subject to transition of change, as well as it is often the initiator of change. Pop culture appeals to the common masses rather than the educated elite. However, the popular works of one era can be the Classics of another Analyze popular culture in order to assess, act on, and sometimes resist its influences. WHY DO SCIENTISTS HAVE SUCH A BAD PRESS? :-alchemist...
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This note was uploaded on 07/06/2011 for the course ECON 1100 taught by Professor Bgt during the Spring '06 term at Alvernia University.
- Spring '06