There is always a link between culture and technology. Technology has had the ability to influence human culture just in the same way that culture has helped technology to advance. This can be observed from the point where people used stone tools, and now development has been realized, and there is increased use of Personal Digital Assistants. It can be viewed as a complex form of relationship that tends to shape figurative circles of influence (Frost 9). In the 20th century, the most prominent technologies constituted radios and TVs. Both have had a similar revolutionary effect on the popular culture at the different times in which they came into existence. The radio was auditory while TV was visual and this made the TV more prominent in the confrontation of the inter-racial nature of the popular culture.
The emergence of radio in the 20th century changed the American culture in terms of sourcing information. People used to get information on various aspects of their culture from people that they knew. Radio presented people with the opportunity of learning about their culture from strangers. These were people that they did not know even how they looked like but recognized them only through their voice. Listening to radio also resulted in deviation from the segregated cultures. This is because there was the ability to learn about other people, something whi
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