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Title: Folk and Pop Culture Erin Sinski


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Folk and Pop Culture Erin Sinski
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Culture
  • Shared set of meanings that are lived through
    material and symbolic practices of everyday life.
  • A particular way of life, such as a set of
    skilled activities, values, meanings
    surrounding a particular type of practice
  • Habit-Repetitive act of an INDIVIDUAL
  • Bri goes to Starbucks every morning before
    school.
  • Custom- Repetitive act of a GROUP
  • Muslims pray five times a day.

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  • Cultural Geography
  • Study of people, material, and symbolic practices
  • Material- artifacts
  • Nonmaterial- thoughts, laws
  • Cultural Landscape
  • PHYSICAL imprint a culture makes on the
    environment
  • Historical Geography/Genre de vie
  • Cultural Ecology
  • Results of human interaction with the environment
  • Sequent Occupancy

4
Human-Environment Interaction (One of the five
themes of Human Geography!)
  • Environmental Determinism
  • Human behavior CONTROLLED by environment
  • Possibilism
  • Counterargument!
  • Environment places limits, but people propel
    development
  • Cultural Determinism
  • Environment places NO restrictions on human
    behavior.
  • Political Ecology
  • Exploration of why human culture interacts with
    the environment the way it does.

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  • Culture Trait
  • Fireworks on the Fourth of July
  • Culture Complex
  • All culture traits
  • No two cultures are the same!
  • Culture System
  • Many complexes with shared traits
  • Culture Region
  • Regions that include places/people with
    similarities in their culture systems
  • The South
  • Culture Realm
  • Fusing culture regions Latin America

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Cultural Diffusion
  • Expansion
  • Spreads outward but remains strong in hearth
  • Stimulus Iced to Sweet tea
  • Hierarchical Hip-hop
  • Contagious Disease
  • Relocation
  • Actual movement from hearth to new place
  • Migrant Diffusion
  • Innovation spreads but only last a brief time
  • Band groupies

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Hearths
  • An area where innovations in culture began. They
    are sources of human civilization. Often
    developed in places with capacity for innovation
    (water and arable land).
  • Ancient Hearths
  • Mesoamerica
  • Nile River Valley
  • Indus River Valley
  • Huang River Valley

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Torsten Hagerstrand
  • Innovations diffuse from hearths in stages
  • Stage 1- Acceptance in place of origin
  • Early adopters
  • Stage 2- Spread rapidly outward
  • Majority adopters
  • Stage 3- Diffusion slows down and
    dispersal/saturation reaches maximum level.
  • The late adopters phase

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  • Cultural Convergence
  • Two cultures adopt traits and become more alike
  • Cultural Divergence
  • Two culture become more different
  • Acculturation
  • Weaker culture adopts traits from the stronger
    one.
  • Assimilation
  • Original traits of the weaker culture are
    completely replaced
  • Transculturation
  • Two cultures of equal power meet and exchange.

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Folk Culture
  • Limited to smaller region/group of people
  • Homogeneous
  • Rural community
  • Anonymous hearths
  • Resistance to change
  • Diffuses slowly/relocation diffusion

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Popular Culture
  • Large heterogeneous societies
  • Diffuses rapidly
  • Expansion Diffusion
  • Hierarchical
  • Can threaten local distinctiveness
  • Cultural homogeneity
  • Globalization
  • Western Media Imperialism
  • US, Britain, and Japan dominate media
  • Environmental Problems
  • MDCs

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  • Cultural Imperialism
  • Invasion of a culture with intent to dominate
  • Cultural Nationalism
  • Resistance of a group against cultural
    imperialism and convergence.
  • Taboo
  • Restriction on behavior imposed by social customs

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Folk Housing
  • Product of cultural traditions and natural
    conditions
  • Distinctive materials from environment
  • US Folk Housing
  • Lower Chesapeake-Tidewater style
  • One story
  • Middle Atlantic-Principle House
  • I house, Two stories, gables on side
  • New England
  • Saltbox, Two-Chimney, Cape cod, and front gable
    and wing.

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Folk vs. Pop Culture Game
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Small Rural Community?
  • FOLK

POP
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Winner!
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Hierarchical Diffusion?
POP
  • FOLK

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Winner!
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Most Sports originated in which culture?
POP
  • FOLK

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Winner!
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Environmental Determinism affects which culture
the most?
POP
  • FOLK

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Winner!
25
Taboos are often found in countries dominated by
which culture?
POP
  • FOLK

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Winner!
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This culture has turned to tourism to help
revitalize?
POP
  • FOLK

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Winner!
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This culture often uses the environment for
leisure activities?
POP
  • FOLK

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Winner!
31
Breaking Amish, the reality TV show, is an
example of which type of culture?
POP
  • FOLK

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Winner!
33
This cultures music tells a story or conveys
information?
POP
  • FOLK

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Winner!
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Reinforces gender roles and traditions of family?
POP
  • FOLK

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Winner!
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