The Popular Culture and the Transformation of Cultural Patterns

History of human culture, popular culture is an important stage of development, it marks the emergence of cultural patterns by the level equal to the transformation of cultural patterns is important the people forms of cultural rights. Popular culture with a democratic and pluralistic character; culture under the form of popular culture is that it is the truth and people's real life relationship between practice, is through the comparison between the text to reveal the truth of each other's limits. We need to address the existence and development of popular culture, the inevitability, but also a reasonable standard and guide it. The popular culture as one important stage of culture development and one important form of the rights of the masses, is a transformation of cultural patterns from the hierarchic to the equal. Moreover, the popular culture with the democratic and multidimensional characters reflects the cultural conception of truth by connected directly with the people s daily life. We should face squarely with the necessity of popular culture development and take effort to guide its orientation
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