Chapter 5c - Cultural Hybridity

IB Geography: Chapter 5c - Cultural Hybridity

Cultural hybridity is a process that forms new culture from two or more sets of influences. It occurs at different scales from the local to global. Indigenous Peoples have developed a blended cultural identity but this comes with challenges. They also influence the cultural identity of their dominant states. Mexico-USA cultural hybridism shows more of a balanced blending of cultures. Glocalization is a diversification...


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