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AP-Human Geography Ch.4

What is Culture Appropriation? One culture takes a trait from another culture for their own benifit.
What are examples of material culture? Clothing, House, Food, Shoes
how people change culture traits, when they come in contact with another culture. Assimilation
What are examples of nonmaterial culture? Beliefs, Cultures, Practices, Religion
jugemental persopective, judging people by your own culture. Ethnocentrism
Assimilation forcing a human to change their belifes
loss of uniqueness of a place, in the cultural landscape Placelessness
Anabaptist a man or woman gets baptised as a child and again as an adult
Reterritorialization a pop culture takes new forms when it comes in contact with other pop cultures
Culture Relativism non-judgemental perspective, judge people through their beliefes
Created by: gschwartzenegger