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Compare and Contrast Popular Culture LIterature
Journalism & Communication
Pages 13 (3263 words)
Compare and Contrast Popular Culture Literature (Name of the Student) Introduction If Popular Culture is a big ocean, the books listed below can be compared to small boats trying to negotiate the ocean waters. Each author explains and comments upon the various aspects of Popular Culture on the basis of one’s study, observation, research and imagination.
Does one transcend the mind in that fraction of a second when the decision is made? Perhaps yes! In that eventuality, the decision is bound to be faultless. The source of that decision is made in the brilliant flash of inner light. Gladwell writes, “The first task of Blink is to convince you of a simple fact: decisions made very quickly can be every bit as good as decisions made cautiously and deliberately” (p.14). The word ‘very quickly’ has the element of divine aura about it, and does not contain the element of haste. The level of spiritual progression of those who are brilliant decision makers is far more than those who are consistently inept. The process of the best decisions is to be experienced by the decision maker and it cannot be explained in words. As with his writing technique, Gladwell supports his each contention with allegories and real-life case studies. He gives the example of a psychologist, a tennis coach and the art wizards who recognize the fake at a glance. He also admits about the failures of “blink”. Like an ardent supporter of Popular Culture the author argues “We live in a world that assumes that the quality of a decision is directly related to the time and effort that went into making it” (p.13). ...
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