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CHAPTER 4 - Folk v Popular culture. I. Define popular and folk culture Characteristics. I. Define popular and folk culture Characteristics Folk Pop Rural urban Tradition fad Conservative innovative Handmade mass produced Spread slowly spread rapidly

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chapter 4 folk v popular culture
CHAPTER 4 - Folk v Popular culture
  • I. Define popular and folk culture
  • Characteristics
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I. Define popular and folk culture

  • Characteristics
  • Folk Pop
  • Rural urban
  • Tradition fad
  • Conservative innovative
  • Handmade mass produced
  • Spread slowly spread rapidly
  • Small in area larger area
  • Barter money economy
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Material

  • Folk architecture
  • Environment
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Americans examples

- Dogtrot house

-Shotgun house

- I house

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South – barbecue, fried chicken, and hamburgers most popular

  • North – pizza
    • Focus of Italian immigration
    • Pizza diffused to the southern states only in the mid-1950s
    • Fast food
    • -- South — 57% of restaurants in MS
  • Northeast lowest rate —27% of restaurants in NY

3. Food

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III. Regions – unique areas

A. Formal - "homogenous" or "uniform"

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Culture Regions

1. Cultural landscapes

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Diffusion

  • A. Types
  • 1. Relocation
  • 2. Expansion
  • Hierarchical
  • Contagious
  • Stimulus
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B. Folk –

  • Origin (hearth)

2. Diffusion – relocation, contagious

3. Barriers

diffusion of house types in u s
Diffusion of House Types in U.S.

Fig. 4-9: Distinct house types originated in three main source areas in the U.S. and then diffused into the interior as migrants moved west.

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Pop culture landscapes

  • Placelessness
  • Landscapes of consumption
  • Leisure landscapes
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Pop Diffusion

  • Origin (hearth)
  • Diffusion – hierarchical
  • Barriers
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Wal-Mart stores

    • Diffused from Arkansas base - contagious pattern
    • Reverse hierarchical diffusion - Initially chose smaller towns and markets
    • Later spread into cities
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGzHBtoVvpc
v globalization of pop culture
V. Globalization of pop culture

A. Threats to folk culture

  • Loss of traditional values
  • Foreign media dominance

B. Environmental impacts of popular culture

  • Modifying nature
  • Uniform landscapes
  • Negative environmental impact