How do we define pop culture

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We read the articles and reviews in newspapers and magazines.

Section: We create our pop culture because we’ve seen others do it.

Takeaway: We don’t have to be cool about it.

To explain these ideas, I propose the following discussion questions (for a depth of 1-2 paragraphs):

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It’s deep, but not too deep.

Pop culture is a big part of our lives. It’s not the only thing that matters or even the most essential thing in many people’s lives. This is why pop culture is so popular as an academic topic: it can explain so much about us and our society through reference to popular media (books, movies, TV shows). But this doesn’t mean we should study it exclusively! There’s more to life than pop culture—and more things worth knowing about than celebrities’ sex lives!

We can study our favorite shows and movies in great detail.

We read the articles and reviews in newspapers and magazines.

You can also find out what’s popular by reading the articles and reviews in newspapers and magazines. These are usually written by people interested in pop culture, so they know what’s happening. They may even have some predictions about what will happen next!

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You can also read articles from newspapers or magazines to find out what’s not popular because that might give you ideas for your work.

We create our pop culture because we’ve seen other people do it.

It’s a no-brainer that we’re influenced by pop culture, but how exactly does that happen?

We’ve all seen other people do it. Suppose you’re a teenager reading this article. In that case, you know exactly what I’m talking about: the show or movie that your friend watches and thinks is “so cool” (or “awesome,” or whatever) because it’s popular and everyone else seems to like it too. But why are they so into this thing? Why aren’t they watching something else instead? And why do we think our opinions are better than theirs when we can see how better those other shows or movies are?

We don’t have to be cool about it—we can study our favorite shows and movies in great detail! And when we do so, there will always be some element of truth: yes, these films contain plot holes; yes, these actors aren’t excellent; but overall, they’re still entertaining! In fact…

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We don’t have to be cool about it.

Pop culture is not a competition. It’s not a game, and it’s not even supposed to be fun. Pop culture can be critical—but only if you choose it as such.

It’s also worth remembering that pop culture isn’t just entertainment or art; it has real-world implications too. This means you can use pop culture as an opportunity for activism and social change!

There’s no reason to be cool about pop culture.

We need to define pop culture simply because it’s not just music, movies, TV shows, and books. Pop culture isn’t just magazines and newspapers; it’s also videos and music.

Popular culture has become such a significant part of our lives that it can be hard to remember what it was like before the internet came along and changed everything. Before the internet, you had limited access to information about movies or music outside your immediate community (at least in America). Even if you wanted something specific from another country or continent (like all those Japanese cartoons!), it would be difficult—if not impossible—for someone living far away from New York City or Los Angeles (or wherever else) to find it quickly because there were no Netflixes or Hulues back then!

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