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In developing television shows today the media has been able to create a world where tragic problems of society can be dealt with in a minor 30 minutes In reality our problems may seem very serious but they can be taken away very easily by television The cause of this is mass medias influence on how these serious problems are resolved in TV Land It is warping societys idea on how problems can be resolved or even given the idea that these problems of society are not needed to be worried about because of the way that they are treated as minor problems The television show Popular takes place at Kennedy High School in Los Angeles California The plot centers around two cliques of teens the in crowd and the out crowd led by Brooke McQueen and Sam McPherson respectively Although the show consists of conflicts regarding members of each clique the main plot involves the never-ending disputes and rival between Brooke and Sam Sam does not feel as though it is fair that equality between the two cliques is present and so she takes it upon herself to see that the in crowd pays for the way that they treat anyone that is not of their status Sam struggles to gain equality with those of the more popular crowd within the school By showing both types of crowds it expands the viewing audience because everyone can relate to either on of the two crowds Walking down the hallway of Kennedy High School one can easily spot out who the members of each of the two crowds are just by their appearance Anyone who is blonde beautiful and looks as though she can be a model for the cover of a magazine can easily be a candidate for the popular crowd What verifies the status of being apart of the in crowd is being a member of the cheerleading squad and by virtually
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