Impact of truck art, as popular culture on Pakistani society

  title={Impact of truck art, as popular culture on Pakistani society},
  author={Samina Zia Sheikh},
  journal={International journal of multidisciplinary and current research},
  • Samina Zia Sheikh
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • International journal of multidisciplinary and current research
Several theories directly deal with popular culture rather mass media, though; they both are closely knitted now. Popular culture in Pakistan is well portrayed through moving canvases on roads in form of trucks that also play equal role as mobile billboards. Meanings that from popular culture are taken are well interpreted as available artefacts, films, cloths, records, Television programs, as well as modes of transport. Classification of unlimited that man experiences, sees or takes… Expand
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