Accomplish #2: Defining a ‘Strategy’After reading the lecture post about Redding and Steele’s strategies and the accompanying list, choose one of Redding and Steele’s eighteen strategies that you believe is prevailing in our current popular culture. First, rewrite and define the chosen strategy in your own words. Then, identify at least two examples of modern television programs, movies, or albums that display your chosen strategy. Finally, using specific, detailed examples, explain how the television programs, movies, or albums you identified can successfully demonstrate your chosen strategy. For example, you could define the strategy of Achievement and Success as “The belief that no matter how difficult a goal may seem, it can be achieved through determination, optimism, hard work, and your best efforts.” Then, for example, you might go on to describe how this strategy or value of Achievement and Success is seen in our popular culture through the struggles of contestants to lose a significant amount of weight on the NBC reality show “The Biggest Loser,” through the determination of the aging boxer to get back in the ring and face a young champion in 2006’s “Rocky Balboa,” or through Elle Wood’s efforts to prove she is serious enough to get a law degree from Harvard Law School in 2001’s “Legally Blonde.” Remember to use specific examples in your explanations.