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Popular Culture - Library Research Guide: Home

Guide to researching popular culture using library and open Web resources


Researching Popular Culture and Mass Media

Definition - "Popular culture is the accumulated store of cultural products such as music, literature, art, fashion, dance, film, television, and radio that are consumed primarily by non-elite groups such as the working and lower classes (as well as substantial segments of the middle class)."

     From The Blackwell Dictionary of Sociology.

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