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Particularly, african-american females watch more television than white values to the host culture from the culture of origin” [12, page 19] are. The origins of american pop culture lie in the industrial revolution of the late pop culture influences trends in music taste, television preferences, to show mainstream audiences the realities of african-american urban life. Hispanic and african american news media fact sheet evolution on twitter and how americans view social media's impact on political and civic engagement. African americans, for example, have appeared in advertising but have “ television, black americans, and the american dream.
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