Essay on The Influence Of Pop Culture

Pop culture is transmitted via the mass media and aimed particularly at younger people. Pop culture can be expressed through many different ways such as fashion, music, television, movies, cars and sports. Pop culture was targeted at teens for many reasons. These reasons were that teens cared how they appeared and were influenced by the images and looks. After World War 2 finished, improvements to entertainment started to happen this gave people more ideas and new trends. To understand pop culture better, there are many different movies and songs out to better understand pop culture. One of the most famous songs by “Billy Joel – We didn’t start the fire. This award winning hit shows everyone the different stages of pop culture in one song.

People to this day blame pop culture were the “undignified” reason for today’s generation. Americans blame pop culture for today’s education failures and violence. Pop culture has affected music with many different genres and styles been…

Australia is considered to be a “Sports mad” country. We’re known for this because of the amount of people that play it, but also the intensity that it is played at. Participation was high in sports because young men desired the friendships they had from war time. In the 1950s one of the biggest sports or hobbies was surfing. Surfing was big because most people near water. Living near water and surfing brought the different looks in trends out that are still seen to this very day. The “surfing hair” was a big theme back in the 1960s with the long bleached blonde hair for the guys. Surfing wasn’t the only big sport with games like Soccer, Tennis, Football and Cricket all having high participation. The world was introduced to Australia with the Melbourne Olympics to be the first ever Olympics to be broadcasted on live television. The Olympics was a great way for all the country’s to come together and form somewhat of a…