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  • ...l to the [[mass media]]. Almost all of those who write about the celebrity culture condemn it. ...://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/7161966.stm Albarn condemns celebrity culture]</ref>.
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  • ...h people pay a high level of attention to celebrities and aspire to become celebrities, often through [[reality television]].
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  • ...l to the [[mass media]]. Almost all of those who write about the celebrity culture condemn it. ...://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/7161966.stm Albarn condemns celebrity culture]</ref>.
    2 KB (241 words) - 08:45, 29 June 2008
  • {{r|Popular culture}} {{r|Celebrity}}
    302 B (47 words) - 09:59, 16 March 2010
  • ...as a game. The documentary-style reality shows follow a person - either a celebrity, someone in an interesting job or profession (a police officer or a firm ...seen by many as a humiliating spectacle that prioritizes gossip and vapid celebrity tittle-tattle as higher than other more important values. Reality televi
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  • ...rks the date of Mexican independence. In reality, Mexican independence is celebrated on September 16 while ''Cinco de Mayo'' commemorates a later battle and ...nce of Cinco de Mayo]. ''Journal of American Culture'' 21(2): 7-16.</ref> Celebrations are much more widespread in the United States among the Mexican diasp
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  • {{r|Celebrity culture}}
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  • ...hat are most likely to influence young voters who already subscribe to pop culture. ...Get Loud” messages, Public Service Announcements that ran on [[MTV]] and celebrities’ public endorsement of youth involvement in voting.
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  • {{r|I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!}} {{r|celebrity culture}}
    337 B (50 words) - 14:22, 29 October 2010
  • ...ir international equivalents, though the focus on the lives of [[celebrity|celebrities]], [[politics|politicians]] and other personalities in the news will p ...to people of all ages.<ref>See Kinsella (2000) and the [[Japanese popular culture#Manga|manga]] section of this article.</ref>
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  • ...of business law. [[Consumer protection]] became important. A strong legal culture with respects for rights and [[property]] made it possible to emphasize th |title = The Sixties&ndash;Cultural Revolution in Britain, France, Italy, and the United States, c.1958-c.197
    133 KB (19,779 words) - 11:54, 11 October 2013
  • ...appropriation of indigenous culture as a sort of national treasure and the celebration of what were seen as the nobler qualities of the Indian. ...genous Peoples and the State in Latin America: An Ongoing Debate. In Multiculturalism in Latin America: Indigenous Rights, Diversity and Democracy. Rachel
    4 KB (624 words) - 23:08, 15 November 2008
  • ...can culture. Among other manifestations, Tammany was celebrated in annual celebrations held on May Day, he inspired the foundation of fraternal societies th ...adopted Tammany's supposed motto as their own sometime before 1747 and it celebrated him as a patron at the opening of the hunting season each year on [[May
    3 KB (459 words) - 18:00, 2 March 2013
  • ...anity Fair (magazine)|Vanity Fair]]'' moved the magazine towards celebrity culture. The current editor is David Remnick.
    626 B (89 words) - 02:59, 10 February 2010
  • ...thousands. The largest concentrations are in Norway and Sweden. In modern culture, Lapland has become associated with Christmas. Santa's home is often said
    1 KB (170 words) - 18:50, 9 April 2008
  • ...ultures, such as transvestites and drug addicts, some of whom became minor celebrities when they appeared in the artist's films. [[The Velvet Underground]],
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  • ...e: to try to describe a so-called ''mentally healthy mind'' from a Western cultural perspective. This is only one of many possible models and this particular A [[Western culture|Western]] conception of a ''mentally healthy mind'' is a person who functi
    84 KB (13,081 words) - 06:17, 8 October 2013
  • ...Year''' or the '''Spring Festival''' is the largest celebration in Chinese culture. It more than just one day: in fact it is a period of 15 days &mdash; begi The New Year celebrations end with the Lantern Festival at time of the full moon. Again, large
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  • ...ern racism is more frequently justified in terms of ethnicity and alleged "cultural incompatibility". A variety of reasons have been put forward attempting t ...use of codewords (the celebration of 'Christian', 'European' or 'Germanic' culture), and through '''[[institutional racism]]''', where the structure of insti
    4 KB (542 words) - 18:44, 11 April 2014
  • ...ities athletes have towards young people, as participants in a [[celebrity culture]]. In the [[United States]] where the [[National Collegiate Athletic Assoc
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  • ...ved scarcity and expense, its name has come to denote luxury, festivities, celebrations, and well-being. While other quite similar wines are produced through Although popular culture celebrates the loud popping sound which can accompany the opening of a bottle of c
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  • ...h people pay a high level of attention to celebrities and aspire to become celebrities, often through [[reality television]].
    178 B (25 words) - 23:13, 28 June 2008

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