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JOANNE FINKELSTEIN & BERYL LANGER

In: 21st Century Sociology

Chapter 82: Popular Culture

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Popular Culture
Popular culture

Popular culture is a malleable concept. It can be thought of as folk culture produced by people as an expression of their values and modes of existence, and it can be the opposite, an ideologically laden product imposed by an elite class in a display of power and social control. Popular culture can be an ordinary ...

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