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AP-Human Geography

4th period Austin robinson

What is folk culture? Incorporates a homogenous population, typically rural, and is cohesive in cultural traits.
What is popular culture? Incorporates heterogenous populations, is typically urban and experiences quickly changing cultural traits
A connerstone of the Hindu faith is? Reincarnation
True or false? -Judaism is not widely diffused throughout the world. False
What Is the spatial variation of Folk culture ? Much variation from place to place
What is the temporal variation of folk culture? Little variation from time to time
True or false? -Folk culture has little variation from person to person ? True
Ethnocentrism is? A judgemental perspective- A judge others and their way of life from the perspective of your own culture.
Created by: awow15