Groups living in isolated rural areas.
Groups that have little interaction with other groups.
Groups of specialists.
Tell a story about life-cycle events, work, or natural disasters.
Be considered examples of culture
Feature instruments and styles of performance associated with dance clubs.
Be transmitted in written form.
Be written by specialists for commercial distribution.
Armed Forces Radio.
Himalayan hip hop.
A cartoon about talking animals in Madagascar.
A folk custom becoming part of a popular culture.
Nearly all sports being examples of folk culture resisting the globalizing influences of popular culture.
Television infusing all sports into popular culture.
A folk culture arising out of a folk custom.
Sport being more important in less developed countries.
Occupation but not level of income.
Level of income but not occupation.
Knowledge of fashion elsewhere, as well as the level of folk culture.
Occupation, income, and knowledge of fashion elsewhere.
A group's sense of place.
A group's food taboos.
The relationship between the physical environment and culture.
An act of violence that may have been, in part, a reaction against globalization.
The sum of the effects of the local environment on a food item.
Judaism and Islam.
Judaism and Buddhism.
Christianity and Buddhism.
Christianity and Hinduism.
Islam and Hinduism.
Vary according to what is produced locally.
Do not vary from one region of the country to another.
Do not vary according to religious differences.
Are primarily dependent on income differences.
All of these answers are correct.
Are strongly influenced by local resources.
Are commonly imported over long distances because of local folk culture.
Are chosen because of the diffusion of popular culture.
Are a uniform feature of folk culture.
Are elements of popular culture.
They can still be divided into three distinct regions.
They display few regional distinctions.
They are usually mass-produced.
Alternative styles have diffused throughout the country.
They demonstrate how popular customs vary more in time than in place.
The United States' share of world use is expanding.
Diffusion is much faster.
Diffusion is much slower.
The expansion of service is faster in Africa than Asia.
The initial use was in less developed countries.
Remain about the same.
Decrease slowly as the number of broadcast television stations increases.
Decrease slowly as cable and satellite television services offer more channels.
Promote a uniform landscape.
Reflect the preservation of folk culture.
Provide diversity on the U.S. landscape.
Promote diffusion of folk culture.
Show high regional variation.
That some families value male children more.
A traditional folk custom.
A popular fad.
The value of women as mothers and wives.
That most families value female children more.
They do not want to preserve traditional values.
Western perspectives may become more dominant.
Popular culture devalues women.
They want to avoid political disputes.
Western clothing styles are less comfortable.
The high cost of popular customs.
A concern for the physical environment.
A strong desire to preserve unique customs.
A lack of exposure to the media.
A fear of foreign influence.
It has an anonymous origin.
It diffuses slowly from its point of origin.
It results in a more uniform cultural landscape.
It is likely to be derived from physical conditions.
Communication is more limited.
Reducing demand for foreign products and promoting local crafts.
Increased diversity and decreased demand.
Depletion of scarce resources and pollution.
Diversity of products and depletion of change.
Using renewable materials and recycled designs.
Bear more children.
Obtain food for the family.
Gain more opportunities outside the home.
Reduce the practice of prostitution.
Be subservient to men.
The relative isolation of a group from others
The rapid movement of goods and services across borders.
The connections between homogeneous groups.