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Folk & Popular


Much variation from Place to Place Spatial Variation - Folk & Pop
Little variation from Time to Time Temporal Variation - Folk & Pop
Little variation from Person to Person (Folk) The "culture" decides - Folk Individual Decides- Pop
Folk & Popular Culture consist of? Spatial, Temporal, Culture Decides
6 Characteristics of Culture? 1. Learned 2. Universal 3. Unique 4. Integrative 5. Dynamic 6. Symbolic
Judgemental Perspective Ethnocentrism- Judge others and their way of life from the perspective of your own culture
Non Judgemental Perspective Cultural Relativism- Judge way other and their way of life through the eyes of the people who live that way
Isolated Folk Culture
Interdependent Pop Culture
Highly Immobile Folk Culture
Strong Attachment to Places Folk Culture
Resistant to Change Folk Culture
Conservative Folk Culture
Cohensive Folk Culture
Homogeneous Folk Culture
Communal Folk Culture
Strong Interpersonal Relatioinships Folk Culture
Strong Extended Family Structure Folk Culture
Strong Religious Insititutions Folk Culture
Dependent on Local Resources Folk Culture
Customized Production Folk Culture
Customized Production Folk Culture
Generalized Professions Folk Culture
Losing Ground Folk Culture
Highly Mobile Pop Culture
Weak Attachment to Places Pop Culture
Constantly Changing Pop Culture
Progressive Pop Culture
Fragmented Pop Culture
Heterogeneous Pop Culture
Individualistic Pop Culture
Weak Interpersonal Relationships Pop Culture
Weak Extended Family Pop Culture
Strong Secular Insititutions Pop Culture
Dependent on Distant Resources Pop Culture
Mass Production Pop Culture
Spcialized Profession Pop Culture
Gaining Ground Pop Culture
Folk Culture is considered homogeneous and cohensive True
According to text, the Hutterites are exactly like the Amish in most every way False
The ____ of a group of people includes the things they construct, such as art, houses, clothing, sports, dance, foods. Material Culture
Whoch type of culture is practiced most easily across borders and boundaries across the world? Folk, Pop, or Local? Popular
The spread of wearing a corset bodice dress (Lindsey Lohan)is a classic case of which kind of diffusion? Contagious, Hierarchical, Reverse Hierarchical, or Stimulus Hierarchical
Created by: linanguyen13