PUNK AND POPULAR CULTURE. Visual & Performing Arts Coursework (Coursework Sample)
INVOLVES ANALYSIS OF PUNK MOVEMENT AND POP CULTURE IN THE UNITED STATES.source..
Punk and Popular Culture
Looking back over history, punk began as a movement that fiercely reacted to the elitism of the early 1970s music. The singers sought to challenge the expectations of the listeners by raising the level of consciousness and the listener's social awareness using the tension created by their music lyrics to push the listener to question their morals and become more critical of the social and political system in the society. The new wave, by contrast, were politically and principally less significant of the status quo, and thus favored individualist thoughts and interpretation of the social and cultural relations while adopting to some extent the aesthetic cues of the old punk movement.
I think the rock of popular culture will be the movement ruling the waves in the future mainly because it primarily tends to remain thoughtfully committed to critique and social commentary in one way or another.
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