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Staple test corrections to original test and pass forward.

Remember: South America map quiz tomorrow! Blank copies are on the website.


Warm up 9 21
Warm Up 9/21

On a separate sheet of paper:

- Explain what each role your group members played in preparing your presentation

For the presentation: (on the same paper)

As each group presents you will write down 3 things you learned and 1 question you have.


Get check questions out!

Prepare to get test back.

If you would like to loose points on some of your already low test scores then you may talk during the announcements

Exempt from reading quizzes:

Anna

Lindsey

Lydia

Steven

Kelsey

Philip


Warm up tuesday 9 17
Warm Up Tuesday 9/17

What is the difference between popular culture and folk culture?

Get homework out!


Unit 2 test results
Unit 2 Test Results

24 people took the test

10 out of 24 people got an 80 or above

42%

All Stars:

Justin

Zanah

Crissy

Molly


Frq must haves 1
FRQ Must Haves #1

  • refugee- someone forced out of their home country due to political unrest, economic turmoil, etc

  • Push- makes someone want to leave

    Pull- makes someone want to come

    c) international- migrating b/t nations/countries internal- migration within one region

    d) voluntary- make concious choice forced- have no choic


Frq must haves 11
FRQ Must Haves #1

B- areas with major flows of internal Sudan, DRC, Iraq, Colombia areas with major flows of international Israel, Somalia, Afghanistan

C- Colombia- drugs/crime

Afghanistan/Iraq- war, political unrest

Sudan-civil war b/t Sudan/S Sudan

Somalia- famine, political issues


Frq must haves 2
FRQ Must Haves # 2

  • USA is in stage 4

  • MUST HAVE gone through each stage and explained what happens to CBR/CDR NIR and explained what events are taking place within each stage

  • Must have given a specific example that was correct and explained why


Unit 3

Unit 3

Culture


Folk and popular culture
Folk and Popular Culture

  • Pop culture quiz:

    • T or F: “Make it rain” means to throw money in the air

    • T or F: Britney Spears was once married to Kevin Federline

    • T or F: The New York Giants won the superbowl in 2008

    • T or F: On the MTV reality show “Jersey Shore” Snooki likes to eat pickles.


Folk and popular culture1
Folk and Popular Culture

  • Folk Culture Quiz

    • T or F: Woody Guthrie exemplified American folk music

      • This land is your land

    • T or F: Bob Dylan’s real name is Robert Zimmerman

      • Like a rolling stone


Folk vs popular
Folk vs. Popular

  • Popular Culture:

    • Large societies

    • Heterogeneous

  • Folk Culture:

    • Small societies

    • isolated


  • Material Culture

  • Nonmaterial Culture

  • Cultural landscape:

    • Interactions of a group

    • cultural practices

    • Values of a society

    • artifacts and architecture


Origin of folk and pop cultures
Origin of folk and pop cultures

  • Folk music:

    • unknown/multiple hearths

    • Composed anonymously/transmitted orally

    • Tells story

    • Cotton

    • House of Rising Sun



Diffusion of pop music
Diffusion of Pop Music

  • SELL!

  • Technical skill

  • Armed forces radio network

  • Hip hop – South Bronx

    • Diffused to Oakland, ATL, St. Louis

    • Country Grammar

    • California Love


Diffusion of folk culture
Diffusion of Folk Culture

  • Relocation diffusion

    • Amish

      • Isolated, rural areas


Sports hierarchal diffusion
Sports: Hierarchal Diffusion

  • Folk Origin of Soccer:

    • 11th century England

    • Banned in 12th century

    • Legalized in 1603

    • Globalization of soccer

      • Willingness to pay


Where is folk culture clustered
Where is Folk Culture Clustered?

  • Isolation promotes cultural diversity

  • Influence of physical environment


Food patterns
Food Patterns

  • Food habits: environment

  • Consider soil, climate, terrain, vegetation

  • Terroir: distinctive physical feature to the way food tastes


Food patterns1
Food Patterns

  • World’s diet depends upon agricultural products grown in that region


Food taboos
Food Taboos

  • Shark Meat


TIMES:

“Eric Clapton is a musical diplomat”

phil. orchestra


Reading Questions for “Eric Clapton is a musical diplomat? Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

1. What did Kim Jong II say about the type of music that should be composed in North Korea?

2. How did North Korean music and in some way North Korea change when the New York Philharmonic Orchestra performed in the country?

3. Who did North Korean authorities invite to give a concert in Pyongyang?

4. Was Kim Jon at the New York Philharmonic concert?

5. How has music been deployed for diplomatic purposes?

6. How can shared cultural understanding blunt political hostility?

7. When did the first liberty in Afghanistan come about?

8. When and where did Eric Clapton playing in 2009?


Warm up 9 18
Warm Up 9/18 Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • List two ways that popular culture impacts the environment.

    • Give examples

      Get homework and progress reports out.


1 st period quiz
1 Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”st period Quiz

  • Describe the impact popular culture can have on folk culture.

  • Describe the difference between the diffusion of T.V. and internet.

  • Describe one positive impact that popular culture is having for women in places where folk culture is practiced. Describe one negative impact that popular culture is having for women in places were folk culture is practiced.


Where is popular culture distributed
Where is Popular Culture distributed? Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”


Wine production
Wine Production Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • Spatial distribution: environment plays a role in distribution of pop/folk culture

  • Unique combo of soil and climate


Why is popular culture widely distributed
Why is Popular Culture Widely Distributed Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • Role of television

    • Most popular leisure activity


Diffusion of internet
Diffusion of Internet Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • Follows same pattern

  • Highest in U.S. Europe, Japan

  • Latin America and Asia: less

  • Only a decade


Govt control of t v
Govt. Control of T.V. Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • U.S.- private companies

  • LDC’s- controlled through govt. agency


Govt control of t v1
Govt. control of T.V. Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • T.V. – force of political change rather than stability

  • Satellite dishes

  • Asia: prevent satellite dishes


Iranian rap music bedevils the authorities
Iranian Rap Music Bedevils the Authorities Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • Explain the status of rap in Iran.

  • How did rap music become popular in Iran?

  • Describe the role women play in producing Iranian rap music.

  • How is rap music sold in Iran?

  • Why do you think rap music is banned in Iran? Do you agree/disagree? Why or why not?


  • Iranian Rap Music Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • Iran Rap

  • In da Club


Why does globalization of popular culture cause problems
Why does globalization of popular culture cause problems? Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • Threat to folk culture


Loss of traditional values
Loss of traditional values Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

* Clothing

  • Adoption of MDC’s style

    • imitation and replication

      * MDC’s clothing controversial in Middle East


Changing role of women
Changing Role of WOMEN Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • Threatens of subservience of women to men

  • LDC’s also had negative impact

    • Increase in prostitution


Environmental impact of pop culture
Environmental impact of pop. culture Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • Modifies or controls environment


Negative environmental impact
Negative Environmental Impact Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • Depletion of scare natural resources

  • Pollution of landscape


Uniform landscapes
Uniform Landscapes Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • Produces product recognition and greater consumption

  • Fast food restaurants- franchise


Mcdonald s in germany
McDonald’s in Germany Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”


Kfc in china
KFC in China Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”


Mcdonald s in italy
McDonald’s in Italy Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”


What is normal
What is normal? Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”

  • “A drug crop is grown in fields, where it is harvested and put into 100lb bags. These bags are sold by the farmer from anywhere between 70 and 100 dollars. The product is then brought into another country, often using a middleman, where it is processed, refined, and sometimes mixed with other substances before being sold on the street. The final market value of the original bag can now be as high as seven to ten thousand dollars. What are we talking about???


COFFEE! Music can be a handy weapon when war and diplomacy fails.”


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