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Analyzing texts Theory, Perspectives,
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What are Popular Cultural Texts? Popular culture communicates to us and for us through signs and artifacts.
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What Are Popular Culture Texts? A sign is simply something that makes you think of something else. An artifact is a series of signs that is socially grounded. That is, its meaning is widely shared by some identifiable community or cultural group.
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What Are Popular Culture Texts? An ideology is a cultural group’s perceptions about the way things are and assumptions about the way they ought to be.
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What Are Popular Culture Texts? Rhetoric is defined as the ways in which signs influence people. A rhetorical argument , then, is a message sent, is a message sent through a text that either reinforces or challenges a taken-for-granted belief or behavior about what is appropriate or inappropriate, desirable, or undesirable, good or bad.
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Conducting A Rhetorical Analysis of Popular Culture Texts Step 1) Selecting a text and formulating
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