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    In Culture and Imperialism Edward Said focuses on the power and ideology that "form and maintain [the] system of domination" of imperialism through analyses of a collection of works that are built...

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    The emergence of popular culture in the 1920s can be best described in the rise of the celebrity. No other decade was so driven by the emergence of the superstar celebrity as the 1920s. With the...

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    Sargent's film is not groundbreaking in its popular culture significance on its own, but rather fits into a larger dynamic on how the media found a particular comfort zone in its depiction of the...

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  • Cinema
    I think that one of the most significant elements to come out of Thunder Road was the idea of the underground rebel seeking to do right and to be right in a society that did not understand him....

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  • Popular Culture in Literature
    I think that the wide access to information technology plays a large role in global pop culture emergence. Different platforms of social media are now appropriated by so many in so many places...

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    I think that a significant effect of global pop culture is that there is a certain amount of shared experience that enhances what it means to be human in the modern setting. The sharing of pop...

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