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- n. The prevailing vernacular culture in any given society, including art, cooking, clothing, entertainment, films, mass media, music, sports , and style
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On this score, at least, the conservative critique of “liberal elitism” has a strong measure of truth: Ensconced in universities and large urban centers, academics, journalists, and purveyors of popular culture simply failed to appreciate the continuing role that all manner of religious expression played in communities across the country.
UPVP is a London-based specialty production and acquisition unit focusing on children’s television programming (Sitting Ducks, Boo!) and long-form popular culture made-for-video projects (Barbie in the Nutcracker, Barbie as Rapunzel, Riverdance).
Our popular culture feeds the alarm, with tales of women consigned to permanent singlehood, men unwilling to make lasting commitments, and teens engaged in endless sexual escapades.
Here’s an underrated antigenius who represents the redneck renaissance and what’s great about music, pot, and popular culture and, I suppose, America.
He holds a Ph.D. in popular culture from Bowling Green University and has executive produced and produced a number of motion pictures and movies for television, including The Trip to Bountiful, Patti Rocks, Spike of Bensonhurst and Da.