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What does Grazian mean by the “landscapes of cultural consumption”? What are the effects and hidden costs of the consumerist culture and its emphasis on style over substance on the society?

The Week 7 Forum meets the following course objectives:

· Describe examples of the different types of norms operative in popular culture, and how these are related to the process of social control.

· Apply key cultural theories and analytical dimensions for examining popular culture.

· Explain how various elements of popular culture inform or reflect our attitudes, behavior, and society and why the popular culture becomes popular.

· Analyze culture within individual, social, historical, political, economic, and global contexts.

· Describe the cultural and social significance of popular culture in shaping the larger contemporary American society.

· Examine the roles of print media, art, music, radio, television, motion picture, the Internet, sports, fashion, and technology in the development of American popular culture.

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