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Hawk Hook Competition for 5 pt extra credit coupon 10 minutes: Rules: You talk you are disqualified Make a list of as many things as you can think of that exemplify American popular culture. This is all the info you get…GOOD LUCK! Top 3 CORRECT lists will get a 5 pt extra credit coupon to use on an upcoming quiz
Some of you have not been performing as well as you may like or I would like you to As a result, we are going to try something different. Every Thursday will be a Reading Quiz. You will be given a reading assignment at the beginning of the week and on that day I will give you a quiz with questions from the reading. Here’s the kicker…If you outline the Chapter, you can use that outline on the quiz This week: Pages 105-112 starting with Key Issue 1 and stopping before Folk Housing
Turn to your elbow partner and move your desks together.
Find out how your partner got their full name…that is First, Middle, and Last You will then introduce your partner to the class by explaining what you found out and anything new you may have found out about this person and their background from this story…The origins of their family? Etc?
What is culture? Learned Behavior Combines values, material artifacts, and political institutions What are connections? The relationships people form when separated What is globalization? A force or process that makes something local become global What is a Hearth? The center of an innovation
Broad areas that internally are more similar than different. Do not show distinct regional variations
Habit: a consistent action of one person Custom: a consistent action of a group Culture: a group’s collection of customs
Wearing jeans, green and gold, holding pep rallies, cheerleaders, and Spirit Week all show school spirit Mrs. Moneta will pay $5 to wear jeans on Friday to support staff or students that are in need The teacher’s wear green and gold on Fridays
Folk Culture: customs often practiced by small, rural, and homogenous (uniform) peoples Sarongs Saris Gullah Culture Also Called Ethnic
Popular Culture: Certain habits shared by large, heterogeneous (mixed) societies despite personal differences Originate in the Core Areas Billboard Top 40 Blue Jeans McDonald's Coca Cola The list goes on and on…
Anonymous, unknown origins Multiple origins in isolated areas 4 Ancient Cultural Hearths: Indus Valley (India), Mesopotamia, Nile Valley, North China Ex. Folk Music No origin, passed on orally Convey stories of daily life Connected to specific group and environment Hip Hop Folk music turned popular due to endless boundaries of internet
Read the Article The Gullah: Rice, Slavery, and the Sierra-Leone- American Connection Answer the Following questions. You must write in complete sentences. 1. What are 2 examples of the Gullah’s material culture (anything solid that is not symbolic like religion, language, etc). 2. Explain 2 ways that the Gullah people are still connected to Sierra-Leone. 3. Explain how the Gullah people represent a folk culture. 4. From the article what are2 ways that Gullah culture has diffused into American popular culture. (This is not written explicitly. You will have to think about things that you read that you remember knowing from pop culture)
Product of the MDCs What would the top three be? 1900,Result of : Mass production Technology More leisure time (Not farmers = More free time) Ex: Popular Music Written by specific people for mass distribution 1900
Tons of people like, watch, talk about and buy the same products.
Free School: More people attended CauseCause/EffectEffect So more people learned how to read Now, more people wanted to read books and newspapers Increased Tech: More people could communicate with each other People wanted telephones, radios, and phonographs So that created a mass market for all of those products, especially the music!! Labor Laws: Shorter work hours (10) Shorter work week (5-6 days) More free time for fun! Leisure… What to fill it with? People wanted mass entertainment!
During the 1880s, inventors worked at making photo images move in a sequence. The earliest movies were black and white and lasted less than a minute.
What type of diffusion? Hierarchical From Prominent cities to world Rapid with modern technology Result of what? GLOBALIZATION!!! History Began WWII Broadcasting American Entertainment abroad for soldiers Result: English dominant language for mass culture American Movies, shows top
With all this extra time on their hands more people began to enjoy sports and outdoor activities. Spectator sports now became entertainment. “The first recorded baseball game in 1846 when Alexander Cartwright's Knickerbockers lost to the New York Baseball Club. The game was held at the Elysian Fields, in Hoboken, New Jersey. In 1858, the National Association of Base Ball Players, the first organized baseball league was formed.”
Art of folk cultures often mirrors environment Folk Cultures Influenced by cultural institutions (religion)and environment – climate, landforms, vegetation Food and Shelter especially! Environment often dictates culture here, lack of technology to overcome these
Soil, climate, terrain, vegetation impact food production Terroir: physical features affecting taste of food Impact of Fuel and Environment Energy shortages leads to: quick frying, low prep techniques (often hot environments where less cooking means cooler home) Abundant energy: slow stewing, roasting (often cold environments where slow cooking keeps the house warm) Food longest lasting Folk Culture “Cooking is even more uniquely characteristic of our species than language. Animals do at least bark, roar, chirp, do at least signal by sound; only we bake, boil, roast, and fry”
Desire or avoid foods based on perceived natural traits Jaguars, Bulls for bravery and strength Taboo: restriction on behavior based on social customs and environment Japan and Otters Potatoes in Europe Antelope and Mbum Kpau Pork, Hebrew, and Muslims Cows and India Insects and US
1.If you had to guess (and you do), how much money does your family spend on food in a week, including drinks, eating out, and of course, your school lunch? 2.How many countries have McDonald's Restaurants? How many McDonald’s restaurants are there in the world?
1.In groups of 2 or 3, we will dig through the Hungary Planet books learning about the foods and economic situations of the people in countries all over the world. 2.Every group will read through the introduction and answer the questions. 3.Then each group will be assigned a different country which they are responsible for learning about and then reporting to the group as a whole. 4.Every group must turn in one sheet but I will be grading you individually on participation! 5.You have 45 minutes to finish your research! Get to work!
Jean Brunhes: House essential fact of human geography Product of cultural traditions and natural conditions Fred Kniffen: Good reflection of cultural heritage, fashion, functional needs, and environment
Mud bricks Mud bricks Log homes Log homes Sacred walls Laos sleeping arrangements Heat and windows
1.New England Northward, along Great Lakes Salt-Box 2.Middle Atlantic Ohio Valley, Appalachia 3.Lower Chesapeake Southward along Coast
Became popular from 50-70’s Popular in South Why? Environmentally: Single floor required large lot, South less developed so more land for this type Hurricanes: upper level homes more dangerous for this weather pattern Economic Structural Changes: Migration trend was from where to where? Large influx of people to the South when this style popular added to its growth Effects of this Style: encouraged the concept of Urban Sprawl: the growth of huge suburbs to the detriment of rural areas
North East They build up instead of out Why would this be good in the North? Highly Developed, little land 2 floor home allowed to grow up instead of out (smaller lots still accommodating the same # of people Did not have as many weather issues, so basements and 2 nd floors not dangerous
Great Room instead of separate family and living rooms
Reflect occupations and income level Technology diffuses style quickly Original from Paris Faxed to corporate headquarters Designs to factories in Asia On the shelves in 6 weeks Continued use of folk costumes for memories and tourism
Original symbol of youth and independence Levis status symbol worldwide Regional differences Levis reclaiming the market with ipods
MDC’s greater alcohol and snack food consumption Some regional variations Religious effects Little alcohol use in Utah (Mormon background) Dependent on Income and Advertising
In your opinion how has television impacted life. Think in terms of popular culture, politics, globalization, diffusion, connections between places, and your personal experiences.
Most popular leisure activity in MDC’s Most important means to diffuse pop culture US monopoly at first now even Force for political change Undoing censorship Gov. try to control access Internet diffuses much the same way
Answer in Complete sentences. A. Identify and describe the 2 main types of popular housing in the United States B. Identify and describe 2 causes, each, for the geographic distribution of these housing types
Threat to Folk Culture Environmental impact of pop culture
Rising Incomes Desire for pop culture items Death of traditions Spread of Western Perspective
Clothing: western dress Status symbol Threat to values Ex. Fundamentalist Muslim cultures Role of Women More equality More prostitution
Effect on Cultural Landscape: Placelessness Cities all over the world look homogenous, same restaurants, homes, clothing, values Threat to Independence TV Spreads Western Values: Social Mobility Freedom for Women Glorify Youth Violence Attractive but conflict with traditions US and Britain dominate news LDC answer: government control
No pure ethnic/folk cultures left in MDCs Ex Amish: New Order and Old Order groups, new order more open to technology, many in both will use electricity, phones, and mechanized farming equipment. High cost of farming lead to sale of crafts and tourism to supplement income and ending isolation
Little regard for physical features Modify environment to promote activity or product (ex golf) Promote uniformity People recognize and want the product
Name reasons why people LOOOVVVVEE fast food. Convenient Cheap Familiarity
Increased demand for scarce resources Petroleum Extinction of animals Pollution