popular culture

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culture populaire

popular culture

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Her primary purpose in including artists' work is to illustrate events and demonstrate how African Americans have interpreted and told their own histories, versus the accounts of black America created by white scholars and popular media.
Professional journals these days brim with new developments in the field of antimicrobial resistance, and scarcely a week goes by without a flurry of new reports on "super bugs" in popular media.
bans on indoor smoking); and d) the popular media that influences our behavior through advertising and the broadcasting of influential images in movies.
Our children's natural desire to make sense of their world can be enhanced through the appreciation and application of popular media as a pedagogical tool.
In spite of the fact that I often dread opening Church & State, it definitely tells the stories that the popular media seems to gloss over or neglect.
In order to support her arguments, Roach cites varied examples in popular media culture, literature, and art.
Being on a "neutral" ground, Emblaze is capable of supporting standards, such as MPEG4, as well as popular media players by Real Networks, Microsoft Windows Media and others, on devices with multimedia capability (ie Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola, Samsung, SPV) or any other device regardless of the type of media player installed.
During wartime, popular media and government propagandists repeatedly tried to manipulate the most tender of family emotions, generated around the Christmas tree, to bolster support for the American military.
But they also both remind us of how African American intellectuals have been consistently critical of what others have called "the violence of representation," in this case the racist violations in and inspired by popular media representation of black Americans.
The paintings seem just as likely to derive from everyday life, popular media, psychedelia, or sd-fl as from religious sources, as the implication of some sort of heightened or mystical experience here seems the result more of a shared sensibility among the works than evidence of particular conventions or codes.
Popular media may make short shrift of complex ideas and moral deliberations, but it can also serve bioethics well.
Designs that once dominated the architectural journals and popular media are relegated to an architectural backwater we rarely if ever visit.

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