Popularity is a complex social phenomenon with no agreed upon definition. It can be defined in terms of liking, attraction, dominance, superiority, etc. Sometimes a popular item may be referred to as in vogue. Through peer influence, target objects can quickly skyrocket in how pervasive they are in society and because popularity is judged in a social context, the more pervasive it is, the more popular it might be considered. With respect to interpersonal popularity, there are two primary divisions: perceived and sociometric. To be popular, you must be good-looking, well-liked, fashionable, and all-together positive and kind-hearted to others.