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War on Terrorism and Popular Culture on Media
Journalism & Communication
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Author`s Name School Name Topic War on Terrorism & Popular Culture on Media Debates over popular culture on media have been ongoing for decades now. For the most part, journalism has been focused on the issues about how media affects the mass culture. However, another perspective suggests that the world events and cultural movements give rise to a mass media culture.
Various media platforms have been exploded with context more or less associated with the war on terrorism, 9/11 incident giving an added hype to the issue. Also, owing much to the hype about war on terrorism, Middle East has become the interest of many authors and producers alike to engage the audience into unveiling perspectives of terrorism, generating interest of the people into the media products. The paper aims at discussing various media forums, i.e. books, TV (Prime time) and even Hollywood to analyze the popular culture on media in the aftermath of 9/11 attacks and in the wake on the war on terrorism. Prior to the extensive engagements of the great powers of the world into war against terrorism, the media platforms depicted a completely distinct picture of the world around us. The cold war period for instance contributed towards the popularity of media products revolving around this subject, also pop culture hit the media platforms back in 1960`s. However, once terrorism became the most pressing issue of the time, media products started focusing on these aspects as the audience was looking for answers to their queries regarding the subjects. ...
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