How society affects pop culture

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Social norms are a way of thinking and acting that people in a society learn from their experiences. The media, economy, government, and education system influences them.

For example: if you grow up in a family where everything is done according to your parents’ rules and expectations (and if you don’t question them), then it’s likely that when you get older and become more independent from them, those same rules will apply to yourself—but not necessarily in the same way! You may have different ideas about how things should be done than what was taught at home or by teachers. This can confuse us because we don’t know which version fits best with our personality type!

Specific subcultures valorize different characteristics, including appearance, personality, and sexual orientation.

Specific subcultures valorize different characteristics, including appearance, personality, and sexual orientation. For example:

Race has an impact on pop culture, as well as gender and age.

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Race is a factor in what is seen as “cool,” which can impact pop culture. People of color are often used to make people feel more comfortable or confident. For example, when someone wants to show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement by wearing “I can’t breathe” t-shirts (a sign of protest), they may not realize that these shirts are created by white people who don’t understand what it’s like being black in America today.

Race has also been used as a way for people of color to express themselves through fashion trends such as dreadlocks and afros—and even though these styles were popularized by white men like Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson (who wore them), now many young women want to express their identity through these kinds of hairstyles!

Class is a factor in what is seen as “cool.”

Class is a factor in what is seen as “cool.”

For example, people from lower-class backgrounds are more likely to dress down and wear jeans than those from higher social classes. These clothes reflect their economic status, making them look uncool or inappropriate compared to people with more money. In addition, some people may feel that owning expensive things like cars and houses makes them appear “uncool” because they don’t need those things to be successful (as opposed to someone who owns a car).

Gender roles play a part in the appeal of clothing and accessories.

It’s not just the clothes themselves that make a statement, but also how they’re worn. In most cultures, women are expected to wear dresses and skirts, while men are expected to wear suits. Women favor high heels, while their male counterparts opt for boots or sneakers.

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In addition to these traditional gender roles, many other cultural norms affect pop culture, impacting what we see in our favorite entertainment!

Media shows you how to act and look based on how society expects you to behave.

Media is a mirror of society. It shows you how to act and look based on what society expects of you. The media tells us what is appropriate for our age, gender, and status and how we should dress and behave.

Media also influences how we speak, be funny, or even be smart enough to make sense when speaking English (or whatever language).

Society can influence the things you see and share on the internet.

Society can influence the things you see and share on the internet.

We all know that society significantly influences what we think is cool, uncool, and acceptable. If a person thinks something is uncool or unacceptable to them, but it turns out to be popular, they might feel like outsiders in their community. This can make it difficult for people who are different from those around them because they don’t fit into the mainstream culture or have been taught by family members not to associate with certain groups (such as gay people).

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Outline of the post:

Section: People are exposed to media that promote specific ideas and values.

Section: Media may be designed to discourage negative behaviors or encourage positive ones.

Takeaway: Media can influence your behavior, even if you don’t consciously realize it.

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