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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_effects_of_rock_music

Rock and roll influenced daily life, fashion, attitudes and language in a way few other social developments have equalled. As the original generations of rock and roll fans matured, the music became an accepted and deeply interwoven thread in popular culture. Beginning in the early 1950s, rock songs and acts began to be  ...

web.stanford.edu/class/e297c/poverty_prejudice/mediarace/socialsignificance.htm

Their role was carved out by popular African-American radio disc jockeys in New York during the latel96Os, who introduced songs and artists with spontaneous rhymes. ... Finally, just as reggae has been under attack for some artists' seeming advocacy of violence to solve social, political, and economic problems, rap has ...

courses.lumenlearning.com/sociology/chapter/pop-culture-subculture-and-cultural-change

Discuss the roles of both high culture and pop culture within society; Differentiate between subculture and counterculture; Explain the role of innovation, invention, and discovery in ... Events considered high culture can be expensive and formal —attending a ballet, seeing a play, or listening to a live symphony performance.

valuesandframes.org/the-art-of-life

Sep 2, 2013 ... Art and culture's core practice is one of the most participative, dynamic and social forms of human behaviour. It has the capacity to trigger reflection, generate empathy, create dialogue and foster new ideas and relationships and offers a powerful and democratic way of expressing, sharing and shaping ...

www.teenink.com/college_guide/college_essays/article/174139/The-Impact-of-YouTube-on-Popular-Culture

YouTube, a popular video hosting website, is playing an important role in defining current pop culture on a global scale. YouTube's focus has ... In today's popular culture, broadcasting yourself has become so mainstream that those who do not post videos on the Internet are often put out of social circles. It is possible for a ...

www.marxists.org/history/erol/ncm-6/punk.htm

Without a general theoretical framework, the dominant view on the left has seen popular culture as primarily a means of manipulation for capitalist ideologues to ..... and the declining role of the family, have all served to increase the ideological , economic and political autonomy and influence of youth as expressed in such ...

www.asanet.org/sites/default/files/savvy/introtosociology/Documents/CurriculumIntroSoc032709.html

Sociology focuses on the systematic understanding of social interaction, social organization, social institutions, and social change. ... Appreciate the role of human agency in social change. Summary Course Outline. I. The Sociological Perspective II. Research Methods III. Culture IV. ... 3. Popular culture and the mass media ...

www.agner.org/cultsel/chapt9

According to cultural selection theory, any selection of messages in the mass media will thus have a profound effect on the entire society. ... The way an issue is framed determines how it is discussed, which causes a social problem is blamed on, and which of the possible remedies are entered into the discussion ( Sasson ...

www.britannica.com/event/Great-Depression/Popular-culture

Great Depression - Popular culture: The indifference to politics and to the larger social concerns of the 1930s was reflected as well in the popular culture of the ... Major League rosters and players' salaries were cut, 14 minor leagues were eliminated, and, in an effort to bolster attendance that had fallen by more than 40  ...