Interrelationship Between Culture and the Visual Entertainment Media

The interrelationship between culture and the visual entertainment media

During the course of the twentieth era in addition to the twenty-first, movies ensure moviegoers a variety of experiences that either acknowledged or move away from their own values. Therefore I will investigate the interrelationship between culture and the visual entertainment media; By exploring the various forms of visual entertainment media that shaped American culture and its values, the social influences whether positive or negative and then summarize how visual media either reflect or influence social behavior and attitudes.
Visual entertainment tells various forms of stories that bring to mind and shape our most long-term values and culture. There have been many movies that have displayed the culture of times in them such as “Smoke Signals, “The Cosby,” “Out of Africa,” and “The Brady Bunch.”   They remind and signify universal themes of social familiarity or as the text states human experience; {the experience of childhood, coming of age, family relations, growing older, and coping with death (Sounds & Images, Ch.6 pg.187)}. Entertainment media helped us understand and respond to past events and heartbreaks, which has enable us to reconsider ideas for the most part in terms of how we think about race, spirituality, and sexuality with such films as “In the Heat of the Night,” “A Stranger among Us” and “Brokeback Mountain”. The values the media introduce can help carry people through life, however the limitless access to all through media, individuals are greatly influence.
Visual entertainment media influences the identities of American, mainly our children, than any additional influence in the past. The social influence of the visual entertainment media has mostly a negative guidance. For instance, Sexual role, violence and drugs are three highest issues observed in visual entertainment whether it is from the Internet or music, these three topics have a wider range of...