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African-American icons in pop culture are popping up in new theater productions - Examiner.com

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African-American icons in pop culture are popping up in new theater productionsExaminer.comIn celebration of Michael Jackson's August birthday, Gorilla Tango Theatre presents That Was It: The Tragic Tale of Our King Michael Jackson, a...

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GraphJam: Music and Pop Culture in Charts and Graphs. Let us explain them. : street art

GraphJam: Music and Pop Culture in Charts and Graphs. Let us explain them. : street art | american pop culture | Scoop.it
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China and Japan support Obama in US election - Telegraph

China and Japan support Obama in US election - Telegraph | american pop culture | Scoop.it
People in China and Japan overwhelmingly support President Barack Obama to win a second term, according to an AFP-Ipsos poll which suggests Mitt Romney's tough talk on the Asian powers could have dented his image.

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Comic Retros: Jack Davis: Drawing American Pop Culture and Tony ...

Comic Retros: Jack Davis: Drawing American Pop Culture and Tony ... | american pop culture | Scoop.it

Tony Millionaire... is a couple of generations younger than Davis and is a minor star in the world of underground comics. He began drawing his lewd and depraved and occasionally charming comic strip ...

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African-American icons in pop culture are popping up in new theater productions - Examiner.com

African-American icons in pop culture are popping up in new theater productions - Examiner.com | american pop culture | Scoop.it
African-American icons in pop culture are popping up in new theater productionsExaminer.comIn celebration of Michael Jackson's August birthday, Gorilla Tango Theatre presents That Was It: The Tragic Tale of Our King Michael Jackson, a...

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My Eclectic Pop Culture, American, Israeli, Jewish Sukkah | Jewish Connectivity

My Eclectic Pop Culture, American, Israeli, Jewish Sukkah | Jewish Connectivity | american pop culture | Scoop.it

 A great example of conecting the dots throughtout your Jewish life journey as a family. I could not expect nothing less from Rabbi Arnie Samlan.


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Japanese Artist Makaon Recycles Trash into American Pop Culture Icons

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Japanese artist Makaon has an uncanny knack for recycling trash into American pop culture icons...

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Barack Obama (Kenyan (Luo), English, Irish, German, Swiss, Scottish, Welsh) [American]

Barack Obama (Kenyan (Luo), English, Irish, German, Swiss, Scottish, Welsh) [American] | american pop culture | Scoop.it

Known as: 44th President of the United States of America (Former US Senator from Illinois; Former Illinois State Senator)


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Time Perception in American Culture

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The article “Do Cultures Segment Time Differently” by Lawrence T. White, Ph.D., comments on fascinating, recently done analysis of time perception in different cultures.

It mentions the works of social psychologist Robert Levine (A Geography of Time) and eminent anthropologist Edward T. Hall (The Silent Language), both of whom contributed to the study of time segmentation and cognitive processes related to that matter. Levine and Hall both observed that, “Americans segment time more precisely than Arabs”. They failed to present any empirical proof to their conclusions, however.


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What “Mad Men” Shows About American Pop Culture

What “Mad Men” Shows About American Pop Culture | american pop culture | Scoop.it
The prime site of nostalgia is always whatever happened, or is thought to have happened, forty years ago...

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Todd Schorr – American Pop Culture | Wizzzz™

Todd Schorr – American Pop Culture | Wizzzz™ | american pop culture | Scoop.it
Après Mark Ryden et Ray Caesar , présentons le travail de Todd Shorr qui appartient lui aussi au mouvement Pop Surréaliste. Un vocabulaire visuel inspiré par la culture américaine des années cinquante.

Marqué par les débuts du dessin animé, le cinéma fantastique et les bandes dessinées underground, Todd Shorr signe son art par un accord populaire et alternatif.


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The People Could Fly: 'Super Black: American Pop Culture and Black Superheroes'

The People Could Fly: 'Super Black: American Pop Culture and Black Superheroes' | american pop culture | Scoop.it
Even though a contemporary eye can find both amusing and offensive stereotypes in many of these comics, compared to the nadir of TV's Ghetto Man, they seem like they could have been written by Ralph Ellison.
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