5 - Cultural hetero- and homogenisation new

Population, Culture & Migration
Bilingual Education year 1

Mister De Graaf
Boss of Geography
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This lesson contains 14 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

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Population, Culture & Migration
Bilingual Education year 1

Mister De Graaf
Boss of Geography

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Previous lesson

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Explain in three short sentences what last lesson was about (since it's been two weeks...)

Slide 3 - Open question

This lesson...
Reflection last lesson
Cultural homogenization and cultural heterogenization
Study for upcoming test
Work on the Practical Assignment

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When you see this icon               on one of the slides, you should take a screenshot. These are important notes to copy later on in your notebook. 

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Cultural diffusion

Colonialism --> Europeanization

Nowadays: Trade relations - Migration - Tourism - Media

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Slide 7 - Mind map

The world at your fingertips
So you could say the world is getting 'smaller'. It's easier for us to connect with places everywhere around the globe. We call this process: Globalization 
Globalisation = The process by which the world is becoming increasingly interconnected.

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Film John Rolfe - History of the US

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What do you think this piece of film has to do with Globalisation?

Slide 10 - Open question

Global culture
Cultures now influence each other more than ever. When cultures adopt more cultural elements from each other, they become more and more similar. This process is called cultural homogenisation
Cultural homogenisation: The process in which cultures become more similar. 

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Do you think we're headed for a Global Culture? Explain your answer.

Slide 12 - Open question

Cultural heterogenisation
The process in which cultures become less similar.
Outside influences can make people more aware of their own culture, more appreciative of what they have and so express certain cultural elements more.

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Your turn!
Update  the notes in your notebook
Go to Magister --> Studiewijzer --> Geography Year 1 --> Open the summary
  • Read in silence
  • Work on the project

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