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date: 16 June 2024

mass culture 

Source:
A Dictionary of Sports Studies
Author(s):

Alan Tomlinson

A term used, often pejoratively, to refer to the products manufactured and produced for large markets of consumers, and constituting the culture, therefore, of the mass of the population. Sport, with its staged events, expanding media schedules, and accompanying fashion and style products, made significant contributions to the evolution of a mass culture. Critics, from ... ...

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