Pop culture influences teenagers through music, television and fashion. There is no doubt that our lives are surrounded and influenced by the latest trends in fashion, music. Although current examples are abundant, the classic cultural example of adolescent influence is The Beatles. Today, the quartet is one of the most beloved musical groups of all time.
But when The Beatles first gained popularity in the 1960s, teenage girls made up the vast majority of their fans. As teens develop interests and hobbies, they are especially susceptible to peer pressure and the desire to belong, which makes these trends in social media especially appealing. Ultimately, the evolution of lifestyle to adhere to these trends makes teenagers the same people with the same interests and opinions, leading Generation Z to lack individuality as a whole.