How has film noir changed American culture? (Care to write a hub about it?)
What is a film noir? Okay, the better question is what makes the film noir genre such a fascinating one to watch. Is it the murder mysteries? The femme fatales? The mysterious leading men? Read on to find out more. read more
by Elizabeth Below 5 years ago
What does Honey Boo Boo mean for American culture?First it was her Go-Go Juice on "Toddlers & Tiaras" and now we're getting to know the entire Thompson family via "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" -- like a trainwreck we can't turn away. Does the show's popularity reflect...
by Jack Lee 4 months ago
Equal representation in the media, in Hollywood, in academia and in public unions...?By all polls, the American people is approx. 40% conservative, 40% liberal and 20% moderate. Yet 90% of academia professors are liberal. How come?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
What are some ways that American culture has abandoned and lost its sense of self-responsibilityand have regressed to a culture where excuses and the transferring of blame is a commonplace occurrence?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
Why does American culture and society place a very high premium on being liked, especiallybeing popular over intellectual attributes? Why is anti-intellectualism rampant in American culture and society? What makes being popular & likable the be and end all in American culture...
by Beth Perry 4 years ago
Film Noir: why has its appeal lasted so long?I am not a huge fan of Film Noir, but know some folks who are. So I am curious: what is the special appeal of this movie genre and what about it still draws fans today?
by healinghands1668 4 years ago
Perhaps you have seen a couple of articles that are making the rounds on facebook, regarding tips that travel agencies in other countries give people when they are traveling to the United States in order to help them understand some of our cultural norms. One is from a Japanese perspective, the...
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