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chapter 4 AP HUG

AP human geography chapter 4 vocab Rubenstein

imperialism control of territory already occupied and organized by an indigenous society
cultural imperialism the practice of promoting a more powerful culture over a less known culture
custom the frequent repetition of an act to the extent that it becomes a characteristic of the group performing it
folk culture culture traditionally practiced by a small rural group living in isolation from other groups
habit a repetitive act performed by a particular individual
hearth the region from which innovative ideas originate
hierarchical diffusion the spread of a feature or trend from one key person of power to other persons or places
pop culture culture found in large heterogeneous society that shares certain habits despite differences in other personal characteristics
relocation diffusion the spread of something through bodily movement of people from one place to another
taboo a restriction or behavior imposed by social custom
terroir the contribution of locations distinctive physical features to the way the food tastes
westernization the process that a person goes through when they are in north america and learn the english language and other things that come with living in the country