Cult Pop Culture: How the Fringe Became Mainstream is the first collection dedicated to the quirky, offbeat aspects of American popular culture that people have loved, enjoyed, (and in some cases) worshiped over the last 50 years. By examining the people and subjects we hold most dear, this three-volume set offers deep insights into what Americans think, feel, and cherish. Organized by subject, the collection enables readers to focus on a given topic or compare different subjects across cult phenomenon. Volume One of the set covers film and television topics, Volume Two examines music and literature, and Volume Three explores sports, clubs, and the cult industry. Through this investigation of sublime, transcendent, and idiosyncratic trends, readers will learn more about iconic individuals, topics, and subjects that form the vast underbelly of American culture. By revealing how tightly interwoven cult topics are with the public's broader notion of popular culture, the collection underscores the blurry line between normal and abnormal, grandiose and degradation.How the Fringe Became Mainstream Bob Batchelor ... With a sleek black design and virtual keyboard that enables users to easily surf the Web and download music as well as actually make a telephone call. aI Got a Crush . . . on Obama, a a YouTube video posted by aObama Girla Amber Lee Ettinger, gained wide popularity.
|Title||:||Cult Pop Culture: How the Fringe Became Mainstream|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2011-12-07|