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1. Summarize challenges for folk culture from diffusion of popular culture.
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popular culture threatens traditional elements of cultural identity in folk culture. Diffusion of popular culture makes is hard for folk culture to to maintain centuries-old practices. The Amish in the United States are marriage customs in India are two examples. 2. In what ways might Amish people need to interact with popular culture? The Amish are an example of a group in the United States that shuns any mechanical or electrical power. The globalization of popular culture represents to many people in folk cultural societies a loss of traditional values. Many fear the loss of folk culture, especially because of the rising demand for possessions of a popular culture. 3. Summarize the two principal ways that popular culture can adversely affect the environment. Popular culture can deplete scarce resources and pollute the landscape. 4. How might fast- food restaurants reduce adverse impacts on the environment? They could try to limit the amount of packaging they use. How often have you seen a McDonalds or Taco Bell bag or cup on the side of the road? Most litter seems to be from fast-food places.
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  • Spring '18
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