Complete 11 pages APA formatted article: Modes of Uban Entertainment and the Different Ways it Affects Our Day to Day Activities. Nowak, J. (2007). Distressed Places and Creativity: Eight Propositions about the Creative Sector and Neighborhood Revitalization. 7-15.
The article explains the interest of the author in the creative sector of entertainment and neighborhood. The article discusses The Reinvestment Fund and how it is providing finance and also high-quality information for the youth. The strategies the organization uses for funding different entertainment agendas are part of the discussion in the article.
The article emphasizes the growth of pop culture and where it is at the moment. The article has its focus on the 1960s and 1970s and how America’s entertainment culture moved from being that of folk culture to the appreciation of pop culture. The culture involves music and art, and the article focuses on the different ways it is appreciated in the entertainment industry today.
Griffin takes us through the steps that popular culture took to be part of England’s industrialization. The article traces the use of popular culture by historians since it began in England in the 1970s. The author explains to us how there was a misunderstanding of the culture initially and how people have now accepted its values and ways. The author also lets us know the significance of pop culture.
The book presents to us different competing theories on the various approaches to popular culture. The author in his writing is flexible and applies the theories over a number of different disciplines. There are also examples of different genres and theories that explain pop culture.
The book demolishes the elite argument that popular culture and fiction movies are the epitomai of civilization. The author goes on talking about how the Highbrow ends up being the Lowbrow. He shows us that “Nobrow” art is the interacting factor between high-end art and low-end art. There are several questions regarding pop culture that the author says. The author argues that no critic should ignore any form of art. .The author sheds light on how far and wide the popular culture has spread. The argument regarding the popular culture by the author is that it is irresistible to developing countries in the world. .