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Asked in Computer Networking
Write a brief note on popular culture?
Popular culture, or Pop-Culture is usually what is popular in society at a certain amount of time. It might be a television program, a fashion line, or a music group. Pop-Culture usually changes every two months to another craze, to keep people consuming entertainment. ...
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Genetic Engineering
What are the two broad areas of use and two examples after a host cell grown in culture to form a clone of cells containing the cloned gene of interest?
Cloning and tissue culture .
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between popular culture and unpopular culture?
Popular culture has all the friends and unpopular culture is lonely and currently living with his mom. ...
Asked in Google
What is the most popular number in popular culture?
Do you mean in particular cultures/religions or in "popular culture"? Talking about popular culture, there are two different numbers. 23 can't be said as popular, but it is one of the most discussed number, as "Enigma 23". The most popular number in popular culture is 42 without any doubt. Enter the following term in google (from a computer, without any quotes, or simply copy-paste it), and you'll get the results, and understand why is it so much popular. ;-) PS: Its a google trick, like "do...
Asked in Books and Literature, Photography
Is high culture inherently superior to popular culture?
High culture has no inherent superiority to popular culture, but it is used by the elite to separate themselves from the masses and appear superior. The elite believe that this high culture is in fact superior, generally based on the sole fact that it is inaccessible to most people. However, high culture is often derived from popular culture of the past and it is also necessarily not as well liked as popular culture. ...
Asked in Sociology
What example for popular culture and high culture?
Popular culture is considered to be mainstream culture and is often dumbed down in order to make it appealing to the widest possible audience. High culture is typically linked to the aristocracy or Intelligentsia. An example of popular culture is the music of The Beatles and an example of High Culture is the music of J.S. Bach. ...
Asked in School Subjects
What are two ways that culture is developed in a society?
Examples of culture are art, music, theater, books, etc. Society creates culture to be entertained, to expand their minds, to come together as groups. Culture also grows out of geographical, environmental, and sociological constraints. ...
Asked in Decade - 1950s
How did American popular culture reflect the affluence of the 1950s?
In the 1950, popular culture was tantamount to home life. In other words, a proper home life influenced what was the popular culture of the 1950's era. ...