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The effects of internet phenomenon in popular culture by Jungmin

The Effects of Internet Phenomenon on Popular Culture  I chose internet phenomenon among other phenomenon for all of us to study deeply into it because we inevitably access internet every single day, which enlarges the influence it can have on … Continue reading

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The Phenomenon of Sports

Ariana                I think because I love sports every idea that pops into my head about relevance to popular culture I think of sports. Even in Rome they had sports. There was always competition and I think it would be … Continue reading

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Rap Music in Society by Preston Marchant

Preston Marchant Popular Culture 10/18/13 Rap Music in Today’s Culture             In our culture today nothing is impacts our society more than the power of music. When looking on the internet for polls and surveys for how much time Americans … Continue reading

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Topic Selection Paper: Fangirls By Amanda

Being a fan of the boy band One Direction I know quite a bit about the phenomenon, the fangirl.  The fangirl has come and gone through out recent history, they existed in the days of Elvis Presley, NSYNC and now … Continue reading

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Pawn Stars

by DJ The reality television show I watched for this assignment was “Pawn Stars” from the History Channel.  This show follows the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop and the people who work there, mainly the Harrison family that owns the … Continue reading

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Love to Hate

By: Atiana Channels like MTV and VH1 depend on the popularity of reality TV shows to stay in business. The way they maintain large viewership is not by providing insightful or interesting reality show ­– like some shows on the … Continue reading

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memes and social networking

By: atiana The rise of community based entertainment on social networking sites such as Facebook, YouTube and Tumblr, has fostered a form of participatory culture that gains popularity quickly because of the participatory nature of the media itself, and how … Continue reading

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