Did you know that you knew what this article was about? Did you understand what was meant by what was written in the title? Does it even exist, do you even exist, or is this all just a figment of your imagination?
This Week in Pop Culture what we will be deciphering is an article called “This Week In Pop Culture: The This Week In Pop Culture Weekly Article.” What exactly does this mean? What is this article trying to get at without being too confusing or losing its readers?
I want to be perfectly clear that I can neither be perfect nor clear when it comes to topics such as this one. An article that looks into itself without making mention of the issues with looking into an article that is made by itself is something that is just plain confusing. Therefore I deduce that confusing people must be the point of this article.
The purpose of the pop culture article is to help introduce university students to popular culture and topics. There are different things such as movies, games, music, habits, hobbies etc. These are all things that can be talked about at length and expressed through individual opinions. You think it would be easy to write these types of articles right? No! Its not! There is too much freedom.
The pop culture weekly article allows absolute freedom for the writer which turns out to be its greatest restraint. All options are available and everything is at your own opinion to share. People are judging your thoughts and quality of words based on a few paragraphs of any topic and pop culture ideas.
This pop culture article is about the concept of the pop culture articles that we produce. This article not only analyzes the why and how of this weekly section but makes reference to its usage.
Is this article a piece a pop culture? Is it appropriate that in the pop culture article we talk about itself as a cultural entity? In pop culture something needs to recognized as popular in order to be part of the popular culture. But if we are talking about a pop culture article which is worthy of mention, then is it not popular enough to be made reference to in a pop cultural weekly article?