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Popular culture

Popular Culture And Art

The artistic works of Warhol and Rauschenberg had very much in common. Most notably, the two artists used the faces of popular individuals in society, typically American society, as subjects for their works. For example, Warhol is famous for his many works featuring Marilyn Monroe. Many of his works depict...

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Goth Subculture

Subculture is a term whose meaning has evolved over time. As reported by McLaughlin & Muncie (2006, p. 427), subculture was initially used by anthropologists and criminologists to refer to various forms of social deviance and criminal attitudes resulting from values that were different from the ones associated with a...

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Black Women in Popular culture

Rihanna’s “Pour it UP” and Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” are some of the popular pop songs that demonstrate that women are not ashamed of their bodies and they are using the power of fame and money to encourage more female empowerment and the recognition of female voices in the society. Both...

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