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**AP Human Geography

Chapter 4

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small, incorpates a homogenous population, is typically rural, and is cohesive in cultural traits folk culture
large, heterogenous populations, is typically urban, and experiences quickly changing cultural traits popular culture
trends that start with celebrities hierachical diffusion
the process by wihich other cultures adopt customs and knowledge and use them for their own benifit cultural appropriation
the process through which people loose differentiating traits, such as dress, speech patterns or mannerisms when coming in to contact with another society or culture assimilation
when an object can be bought and sold and then bought and sold again, ex: ebay commodification
the accuracy which a single stereotpical or typecast image or experience conveys an otherwise dynamic and complex, ex: Branson, "Ozark Culture" authenticity