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DESCRIPTIONUnit 3: Folk and Popular Culture. Culture. The combination of three things: Values Material artifacts Political institutions This chapter deals with material artifacts. Material Culture. Two basic categories: folk and popular culture Folk culture - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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Folk and Popular Culture America in Three Words. Folk and Popular Culture The Key Issues are: 1. Where do folk and popular cultures originate and diffuse?
Chapter 4 Folk and Popular Culture. Folk & Popular Culture I.Intro A. Culture combines values, material artifacts, & political institutions B. Habit vs
Folk and Popular Culture Chapter 4 Objective: Compare and contrast the origin and diffusion of folk and popular cultures
Folk and Popular Culture ... 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Material Culture • Two basic categories: folk and popular culture – Folk culture • Traditionally practiced by small
Folk Geography. The cultural makeup of most societies includes elements of: folk, ethnic, & popular cultures Folk Culture Folk Culture: the collective
? Web view Culture Notes. AP Human Geography. Ch. 4—Popular vs. Folk Culture. Folk & Popular Culture:…
Chapter 7 - Folk and Popular Culture A. Folk Culture – Anglo American hearths and folk building traditions – Nonmaterial folk culture: food, music, medicines,
END OF 9 WEEKS RETESTS Chapter 4. Folk Culture vs Popular Culture Folk culture: what is it? Popular culture: what is it?
Ch. 4 Folk and Popular Culture Key Issues 12 Where Are Folk and Popular Material Culture Distributed?
CULTURE Chapter 4. Folk vs. Popular Culture Folk culture is traditionally practiced primarily by small, homogeneous groups living in isolated rural areas
Chapter 4: Folk and Popular Culture Chapter 4: Folk and Popular Culture 117 end. Migrants spread these
Folk and Popular Culture Chapter 4. Folk and Popular Culture Key Issues: 1.Where do Folk and Popular Cultures Originate and Diffuse? 2.Why is Folk Culture
Folk and Popular Culture. Threat to Folk Culture: Rising incomes often fuel demand for popular culture possessions Turning to popular culture may cause