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Folk Culture practiced by small, homogeneous groups living in isolated rural areas. An example is wearing a sarong (a tradition cloth skirt) in Malaysia or a s sari in India.
Popular cutlure Found in large, heterogeneous societies that share certain habits despite differences in other personal characteristics. Wearing jeans or watching TV in america and other places around the world.
CUltural homogenization A mix of different cultural practices into one blended uniform cultural practices that do not allow easy identification of the characteristic of many cultures. In SOCAL the California sushi roll is a combo of the Japanese tuna roll and avocados.
Globalization: The Rapid increase in popular culture spreading from Western MDCs creates the problem of globalization. In Islamic countries; Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq..., they dont want our culture of half naked women and how they are portrayed.
Modifying Nature: The rapid increase in popular culture spreading from Western MDCs creates the problem of Modifying Nature. There are problems such as; stripping the countries natural resources, cars-oil, trees0paper,land and homes.
Wrap Up: Globalization and Modifying nature to fir the popular culture has a negative impact when considered it takes away from folk culture and is using up all of the Earth's natural resources.
International: The Amish jmigrated form Switzerland, Germany, and France to the US during the 1700s. They remained permanent. Then more came in the 1800s.
Interregional: Mennonite communities spread out forma a nodal; Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa, and Indiana to other places in the west and south.
Intraregional: From about Pittsburg, the communities spread up to Cleveland, Ohio. Same for Pennsylvania, they diffused west in the state.
Explanation of diffusion: The Amish landed in Pennsylvania from Switzerland, from Pennsylvania it spread west, this type of diffusion is hierarchical. It is hierarchical because it did not just spread outward from Switzerland. The Amish jumped from place to place depending.
other half: on negative circumstances in the territory they formerly occupied. Hierarchical diffusion represent the Amish diffusion patterns of folk culture by them bringing it to other places throughout the country.
Folk Culture practiced by small, homogeneous groups living in isolated rural areas. An example is wearing a sarong (a tradition cloth skirt) in Malaysia or a s sari in India.
Popular cutlure Found in large, heterogeneous societies that share certain habits despite differences in other personal characteristics. Wearing jeans or watching TV in america and other places around the world.
CUltural homogenization A mix of different cultural practices into one blended uniform cultural practices that do not allow easy identification of the characteristic of many cultures. In SOCAL the California sushi roll is a combo of the Japanese tuna roll and avocados.
Globalization: The Rapid increase in popular culture spreading from Western MDCs creates the problem of globalization. In Islamic countries; Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq..., they dont want our culture of half naked women and how they are portrayed.
Modifying Nature: The rapid increase in popular culture spreading from Western MDCs creates the problem of Modifying Nature. There are problems such as; stripping the countries natural resources, cars-oil, trees0paper,land and homes.
Wrap Up: Globalization and Modifying nature to fir the popular culture has a negative impact when considered it takes away from folk culture and is using up all of the Earth's natural resources.
International: The Amish jmigrated form Switzerland, Germany, and France to the US during the 1700s. They remained permanent. Then more came in the 1800s.
Interregional: Mennonite communities spread out forma a nodal; Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa, and Indiana to other places in the west and south.
Intraregional: From about Pittsburg, the communities spread up to Cleveland, Ohio. Same for Pennsylvania, they diffused west in the state.
Explanation of diffusion: The Amish landed in Pennsylvania from Switzerland, from Pennsylvania it spread west, this type of diffusion is hierarchical. It is hierarchical because it did not just spread outward from Switzerland. The Amish jumped from place to place depending.
other half: on negative circumstances in the territory they formerly occupied. Hierarchical diffusion represent the Amish diffusion patterns of folk culture by them bringing it to other places throughout the country.
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