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www.pbs.org/opb/thesixties/topics/culture/index.html

In the '60s, radio, film, television, and books carry the essence of American pop culture. In 1960, nearly ... U.S. history. American teenagers have $22 billion a year at their disposal (a sum equivalent to $140 billion in 2005 dollars). ... The advent of color TV has a direct and immediate impact on drive-in movie theaters. In '62 ...

www.bobbatchelor.com/pop-culture-1

More importantly, these stereotypes influence the daily lives of aging adults, as well as how younger generations perceive and interact with older individuals. ... Cult Pop Culture is the first collection dedicated to the quirky, offbeat aspects of American popular culture that people have loved, enjoyed, (and in some cases) ...

www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-us-history/period-8/apush-1950s-america/a/popular-culture-and-mass-media-cnx

As the largest single generation up until that point in American history, the baby boomers had a tremendous effect on popular culture thanks to their sheer numbers. Starting as early as the 1940s, savvy marketers identified the baby boomers as a target demographic and marketed products and entertainment geared to their ...

time.com/tag/pop-culture

Read the latest stories about Pop Culture on Time.

www.annapolis.gov/656/Gang-Culture-Influence-in-Popular-Media

See different ways that gang culture has been influenced in popular media, able to reach children. ... 1988 - Colors; 1992 - American Me; 1998 - Mi Vida Loca; 1991 - Boyz in the Hood; 1991 - New Jack City; 1993 - Blood in Blood Out; 1998 - American History X; 2000 - Romeo Must Die; 2001 - Baby Boy; 2003 - Cradle 2 ...

www.cnbc.com/2010/04/19/Marijuana-In-America:-History,-Culture-And-People.html

For some, it's a way to relax or relieve pain; to others its a dangerous and addictive drug. Whatever your thoughts on marijuana, it's hard to deny the impact it has had in American culture and history. In this slideshow, we take a look at different people, laws and films that played a role in shaping marijuana's image in the ...

www2.css.edu/app/depts/his/historyjournal/index.cfm?cat=7&art=273

The projects students have produced cover a range of topics including Native American identity, Japanese internment, gender, and first person shooter video gaming. Popular culture has shaped not only American perceptions of self, but American identity internationally. It also continues to influence student perceptions of ...

www.socialstudies.org/sites/default/files/publications/se/5801/580106.html

Yet they seldom understand the history of popular culture in the United States, its origins, and its ongoing operations. Why did advertising develop as a major industry? How does it both reflect and shape American culture? How did consumers influence the growth of the television industry, and how do they continue to shape ...

www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/video-games/15498-How-Pokemon-Became-a-Lasting-Pop-Culture-Phenomenon-in-America

Feb 25, 2016 ... Pokemon was on the cover of Time magazine in 1999, had appearances in The Simpsons, South Park, and dozens of other shows. Regardless of its country of birth, Pokemon has become a staple of American pop culture. But how? And why ? Pokemon's cultural impact is intrinsically tied to its success.