Pop culture’s effect on America is not a negative thing, to some, but some think it is a problem.
Many of us love the idea of new colored jeans and new ways to transforming clothes and accessories, but does the way we dress and act define us as an easily influenced culture?
In a uniformed society, there is an equalizing factor that enables ones ability to categorize one specifc factor and fathom the idea into a group.
Groups substantiate themselves and disperse into different cliques.
It has a considerable amount of power but is also rejected by few.
Many of those who disagree with pop’s culture being a major part of society are those who follow it the most.
The rallying cry of “witness me, the artist” is the new mantra of pop royalty – from Beyoncé, Jay-Z and Lady Gaga to Kanye, and even Rihanna.
Still, is this embrace of high art a phenomenon worth celebrating?
“I’m not popular because I don’t wear converse” says one girl who attends high school in Michigan.
All over America there are the few who are outcasts because they aren’t able to, or they don’t follow what happens in the pop culture universe.