by Ryan Richey – A lot of people are saying “why don’t we just call it pop culture?”
The question is, why not?
It seems like an obvious answer, right?
And, sure, why aren’t we?
After all, we all know that the word “culture” itself comes from the Latin word “cis” meaning “male,” meaning that it is a term that applies to men and their bodies.
But does that make it an appropriate word for the media?
Let’s take a look at some examples of pop culture and what culture is.
A lot more to come, but this list should give you a sense of what it is like to be a young person in a time where you are constantly being bombarded by pop culture messages.
It is also worth noting that there are also some things that people might not consider pop culture.
For example, there are no “cultures” or “culturally specific” films.
The same is true for pop culture as a whole.
There are a lot of great shows and movies, but it is not a genre.
If you want to learn more about how to use pop culture correctly, check out these resources.
Pop Culture: The Biggest Fears, Risks and Answers article by Mark Davis – Pop Culture is everywhere, but there are some major fears that pop culture poses, which may be especially relevant to a time when the internet is so much more pervasive.
Here are some things to think about.
What are the risks of consuming pop culture?
Is it a danger to me, my family, my loved ones, my friends, and my loved-ones?
If you can’t answer those questions, you might as well be an internet troll.
Is it addictive?
Do I feel a strong need to consume more?
Can I have too much?
Is there a high chance of getting hooked?
If so, then you need to change your habits and avoid binge consuming.
How is pop music and film related?
In some ways, pop culture is a form of art.
Some of the best pop music is created by artists who work in the visual arts, or in the performing arts.
There is no one right way to listen to pop music.
There aren’t “pop artists” that are “the best” in every genre.
This is the reason why it is important to be aware of the risks associated with consuming pop music, movies, and TV.
Is pop culture a form or a mode of expression?
Is the way pop culture works a form that can be manipulated?
Can pop culture be a way to create art that has a positive message, while not being offensive?
Is pop music an art form?
Can it be used for other purposes?
Is a form a medium for expression, or is it just a way of communicating ideas?
Is music an expression, and if so, how does that translate into a form?
Is art a form, or a way for us to communicate our ideas?
What is pop entertainment?
Is this entertainment meant to be enjoyed by people who are different?
Is its content meant to educate people, entertain people, and help people feel comfortable in their own skin?
Is entertainment meant for kids or adults?
Is Pop culture a medium that is specifically aimed at adults?
Are the pop entertainment genres and characters specifically aimed toward teens or children?
Is what is popularly consumed by teens, and kids, actually representative of people of all ages?
Is popular culture meant to appeal to specific audiences, or can it be an entire genre that people enjoy?
Is mainstream media a medium in which entertainment is primarily intended for adults?
Does mainstream entertainment have a gender divide?
Does pop entertainment, or pop culture specifically, represent an ideal that is considered acceptable for the general population?
What are some of the biggest fears associated with Pop Culture?
There are so many fears and questions that pop entertainment poses.
Is there something to be scared of?
Are there risks of becoming addicted to pop entertainment or becoming a pop troll?
Are certain types of entertainment dangerous, and are there risks associated specifically with the use of pop entertainment as a form and medium of expression for young people?
Are some people afraid of certain types or kinds of pop media?
Are we afraid to speak up for our rights and our rights as a culture?
Does Pop Culture have any cultural values?
Does the pop culture we consume represent the values that are held dear in our culture?
Are pop culture icons or symbols an indicator of the ideals that we hold dear in American culture?
What types of pop cultural events are held in America?
Can Pop Culture be considered a culture when it is marketed to young people as a way that they can “experience” it?
Does it have a strong, lasting impact on culture and society?
Are Pop Culture symbols an accurate representation of the values and ideals that people hold dear to them?
Are cultural values held in American society?
Is one of the most important values that we need