Analysis of Space Jam

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American Studies
Popular Culture Analysis There has never been a time when popular culture has been more pervasive and influential in American society. With advances in technology and creative innovation, outlets for popular culture have expanded greatly and are virtually innumerable. Through the consumption of television, music, magazines, movies, newspapers, blogs, and memes to name a few, American citizens and others around the globe are inundated with ideals and images that work to mold their collective psyche by impacting every facet of their daily lives and by providing a critique of modern-day society. Perhaps much of the influence of popular culture lies in the fact that its primary function is to appeal to the masses;
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In this case, the resource being taken is the Looney Tunes. The Looney Tunes can be considered an abstract form of a resource in light of their value as an entertainment commodity and position as a prominent American brand. The appeal behind this trope lies in the ideal that aliens carry the allure of the unknown; there is a mysterious component to them that is not easily understood to human beings. The
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