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APhumanGeographyCh4

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custom the frequent repetition of an act, to the extent that it becomes characteristic of the group of people performing the act
folk culture culture traditionally practiced by a small, homogeneous, rural group living in relative isolation from other groups
habit a repetitive act performed by a particular individual
popular culture culture found in a large, heterogeneous society that shares certain habits despite differences in other personal characteristics
taboo a restriction on behavior imposed by social customs
terrior the contribution of a location's distinctive physical features to the way food tastes
culture the values, political institutions, material artifacts, language, religion and ethnicity shared by a group inhabiting a specific area
environmental influences on housing style building material, the things it is meant to protect against
cultural influences on housing style sacred spaces or directions, religious buildings
type of diffusion associated with popular culture hierarchical diffusion
type of diffusion associated with folk culture relocation diffusion
effects of technology and communications on social customs causes them to diffuse more rapidly or over a larger geographic area. may cause people to adopt popular culture and abandon traditions
role of physical environment in folk culture environmental determinism. directly affects food, housing, and clothing
characteristics of folk music composed anonymously, transmitted orally. about everyday life, and may be changed by different generations
characteristics of pop music by one specific person, to be sold in mass quantities
AFRN broadcasted American music to the deployed troops during WW2
how soccer spread diffused by contact with the British
origin of the word "soccer" developed from Football Association
when the rules for soccer were standardized 1863
hearths of US folk housing mid-Atlantic, lower Chesapeake, New England
influential factors in popular culture food choice what is produced, grown, or imported locally
diffusion patterns of TV and internet US to other MDCs, and then to LDCs.
how long it took for TV to diffuse about 50 years
how long it took for the internet to diffuse about 10 years
cultural reasons for fear of popular culture it spreads Western beliefs and values, causing people to drop some cultural traditions. it conflicts with government censorship, and threatens the survival of folk culture
distribution of golf courses in the US north central and northeastern states
environmental consequences of popular culture it can deplete natural resources and pollute the environment with a high volume of waste
the taste of wine is affected by soil type, climate(including that year's weather), drainage, and geography of the area
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