The media influence in the impact of The Beatles cultural movement on different generations
Keywords:media, cultural movement, notoriety, impact, influence
This paper aims to analyze, in addition to the traditional already cataloged impact of the famous band The Beatles on history and humanity in general, what were or may be the main fundamental factors in the development of notoriety and good knowledge on the subject of the part related to the media, and what impact or influence it has, directly, on the topic thought and debated. This type of approach allows for a better understanding of certain phenomena (including what was the basis for the steep rise in popularity of the band, which were the key factors that contributed to these characteristics. Through The Beatles, many people, who are also fans, build a better understanding of themselves and shape their behaviors but also build lifestyles. This can be means of resilience to various stressors that can appear in a person’s life throughout the years.
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