Biases of the Critique

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Biases of the Critique o Historical Fallacy Critics often argue that there was a ‘good ol time’ when culture used to  be good and society had morals and looked up to its values. Viewed as  problematic as romanticized view of history. Lot of bad things  happened in history o Privileged views about the general public Assuming that general public is stupid and just absorbing what is out  there. Not savy/smart enough to realize and delve through info they are  receiving. Can’t appreciate entertainment on one side and news on the  other. Assume gen pub is blank slate and sponge and just assuming  that what is told to them is true o Concern about high culture standards View point of upper class. Conceited privileged critique o Creator oriented Focused on creative process and how that’s limited as opposed to the  audience. Concerned with who’s creating pop culture and what they 
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course SOC 1 taught by Professor Mindyromero during the Summer '06 term at UC Davis.

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