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Pop culture, short for popular culture, is a term that refers to products or activities that are currently being aimed at, and consumed by the mass population. Due to the definition of pop culture, it changes in time as ... More »

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Popular culture, or pop culture, describes the beliefs, activities and goods that suit the general public, while countercultures are, by definition, different from or even opposite to the mainstream. Tattoos are one exam... More »

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Pop art often contains material that is visually outside of its original context or that is combined with unrelated material. This art movement started in Britain in the mid-1950s and in the United States later that deca... More »

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Pop culture, or popular culture, is the collection of ideas, opinions, and images popular within a culture at a given time. It is constantly changing with each year. Today, the tv series Stranger Things, the National Mus... More »

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Pop Art was a visual art movement that began in the 1950s and was influenced by popular mass culture drawn from television, movies, advertisements and comic books. The consumer boom of the 1950s and the general sense of ... More »

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The term "cultural background" is a reference to any culture or subculture that an individual identifies as his or her heritage or background. Culture describes the beliefs, behaviors and traits of an ethnic, social or a... More »

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High culture is a term frequently used by academics to refer to a set of cultural products most highly regarded by a society. In this sense the term largely invokes the arts, so examples include those classic works of vi... More »

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