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Popular culture

The vernacular or people's culture that prevails in a modern society.

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Popular culture

pop music

Culture; Popular culture

Commercially oriented tunes or songs; term used from the 1950s to describe music aimed at the developing youth market.


Culture; Popular culture

Of the people; widely appreciated. But popular culture, as used here, also identifies a range of products and entertainment, primarily for leisure consumption, that are produced via industrial ...

prime time

Culture; Popular culture

Peak viewing hours on television, when the highest rates are charged to advertisers.

disposable income

Culture; Popular culture

The part of a person' s income left over after tax has been deducted.


Culture; Popular culture

Factual depiction of actual events or real peoples' lives, in a film or in a radio or television program.


Culture; Popular culture

Commercial leisure activity, produced by professional performers for sale to an audience, who consume it for pleasure, relaxation or amusement. Usually expected to be undemanding of its audience, ...


Culture; Popular culture

The belief that women are men's equals, and that society should embody that equality.

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