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Folk/Popular Culture

folk culture and popular culture differences

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Much Variation from place to place spatial variation(folk)
little variation from time to time temporal variation(fold)
little variation from person to person the "culture" decides(folk)
little variation from place to place spatial variations(popular)
much variation from time to time temporal variation(popular)
much variation from person to person the "individual" decides(popular)
culture is not genetically inherited: it is not instinctive learned
every human being has culture; it is part of being human universal
no two cultures are exactly alike; they very geographically unique
cultural traits form a cultural system; a change in one trait influences others integratvie
cultural is never static, but some cultures cahnge faster than others dynamic
culutre is passed on through the generations symbolic
a judgmental perspective- judge others and their way of life fomr the perspective of your own culture ethnocentrism
a non-judgemental perspective- judge others and their way of life thorugh the eyes of the people who live that way cultrual relativism
isolated folk
highly immobile folk
strong attachment to places folk
resistant to change folk
conservative folk
cohesive folk
homogeneous folk
communal folk
strong interpersonal relationships folk
stonr extended family structure folk
strong religious institutions folk
dependent on local resoureces folk
customized production folk
generalized professions folk
losing ground folk
interdependent popular
highly mobile popular
weak attachment to places popular
constantly changing popular
progressive popular
fragmented popular
hererogeneous popular
individualistic popular
weak interpersonal realstionships popular
weak extended family structue popular
stong secular institutions popular
dependent on distand resoureces popular
mass production popular
specialized professions popular
gaining ground popular
Created by: NGohman