Name: Tutor: Course: Date: The Truth behind Imperialism as a Theoretically Facilitating of the Structural and Cultural theories of Popular Culture: The Societal Modelling of Popular Culture Introduction Exploration of truth is a common strategy in the interpretations of the culture behind factual occurrences. However what animates the appeal to explore the truth is not only uncertainty of what really ensued in the past that forced the norm and the incidences to be but also whether the culture concluded or still is albeit perhaps in diverse practices. This issue enlivens different ideologies about stimulus fault and judgement behind actual imperialistic and resistant decisions. In addition to that the questions of the possibilities of contemporary actualities and the effect on forthcoming priorities ensues. From this we can define popular culture in concurrence to its usage as a social symbol as the reaction of lower status groups shaped from the resistance practices: History and anthropology in literary studies. University of Michigan 1990. Murphy Robert. British Cinema and the Second World War. A&C Black 2005. Patterson Annabel M. "Shakespeare and the popular voice." (1989). Figure 1: The True Cultural Nature of Popular Culture. This picture reveals the true nature of imperialism and imperialism resistance innocent haggard popular children are the victims and not the imperialists. The imperialistic ideology existed and still persists and the outcome is still the same Figure 2: The Ruins of Popular Culture. This picture reveals the fate of contemporary popular culture as simply an image of inconsistent perceptions instead in addition to that it is a testimony to revolutions modelled by imperialism which is replacing the popular culture Figure 3: The True Consequence of Imperialism and Popular Cultural. This picture reveals the continuous nature of imperialism. The popular culture may be free but still the imperialists rule. [...]
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