SOCL 216 Sociology of Popular Culture
An investigation into forms of pop culture such as music, magazines, films, television, literature, sports, and games; the relationships between particular contents and styles of pop culture and the audiences they appeal to; the symbols, images, and moods generated and their relationships to attitudes, values, and behavior of specific social classes, subcultures, generations, and changes in American sociey. (LA)
Prerequisite: 3 s.h. SOCL.
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