High Culture and Low Culture: Inequality and Racism

Culture has been a term relative to each year, constantly changing and with its own distinguishing features. For instance, the 60s were known for its hippie culture, while the 50s are displayed as postwar prosperity. Yet amidst this broad spectrum, culture is further fragmented down to high and low culture, relative to one’s social classes,Continue reading “High Culture and Low Culture: Inequality and Racism”

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