GEOG 1113 3/7 Notes
GEOG 1113 3/7 Notes Geog 1113
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Date Created: 03/11/16
GEOG 37 Sancti cation Anything can become a sacred through these 1 The event 2 Informal consecrationspontaneous Support that is shown during a tragedy 3 Formal Permanent Monument 911 memorial siteOklahoma City bombing site 4 Dedication of the site 5 Commemoration Tradition and Change Modernism Progress change Secularization A process that is leading to increasingly large groups of people who claim no allegiance to any church Some are atheists others do not practice Spiritual not religious Common in Europe cities in the US former Soviet Union and China Globalism Tension Caste system Religious Fundamentalism A process that is leading to increasingly large groups of people who claim there is only one way to interpret worship Christian lslamic Traditionalism Jihad Holy war preferred translation quotUtmost strugglequot Renewalism fastest growing branch in Christianity PentecostalCharismatic Missions Adopt technology Pop music Prosperity Gospel blessing Negative for movement Exploitation NOT characteristic of churches Megachurches More than 2000 members that follow mainline Christian or Renewalist theologies GEOG 37 Relationship with nature is that they are sacred places Geopiety strong attachments Don39t have to be religious Nature is important in civil religion Religious Ecology is awareness of interdependency of people and nature Environmental Stewardship Responsible managers of the earth s resources Chapter 6 Spatial inclusion is who belongs Spatial exclusion is who doesn39t Oientalism imitations of aspects of cultures Race has two critical principles It is in uential but people mistakenly think that genetic traits can be used to categorize people 1 Human identity is dynamic and contingent and therefore cannot be easily categorized 2 Efforts to classify people into groups tend to exaggerate the differences among people especially visible differences Racism The intolerance of people perceived to be inherently or genetically inferior and can lead to physical or emotional abuse 1 Naturalize idea of human differences 2 Emphasized differences amp pointed to genetic inferiority 3 Whiteness as a standard Ideology is a system of beliefs and values that justify the views practices or orientation of a group Institutional discrimination is a situation in which the policies practices or laws of an organization or government disadvantage people because of their cultural differences Apartheid quotApartnessquot is a sponsored policy of racial segregation and discrimination that social relations and opportunities of its people form from 1948 to 199294 4 racial categories 1 European Dutch and British descendants 2 African 3 Asia lndian Brought by British in 18005 4 Coulored Those with mixed ancestry
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