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Chapter 13

ANT 176 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: World Music, Body Art, Modernization Theory


Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANT 176
Professor
Larkin
Chapter
13

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Chapter 13
Arts
Forms of creative expression that are guided by aesthetic principles and involve
imagination, skill, and style
Crafts
The application of aesthetic principles to the production of utilitarian objects and
activities
Anime
Animation, as in the popular culture of Japan; usually refers to animation of manga, or
comic book graphic art
Manga
Japanese comic book art
Deep play
Performances (like sports) that are expressive forms of culture with functions similar to
the other arts
Body art
Marking and adorning the body as an expression of cultural and personal identity, or
which serves other functions
Ledger drawings
Drawings, in ledger books, made by some Native American peoples to record personal
and historical events
Orientalism
Scholarship and art generated by Europeans, representing their views of the Middle
East
World art
The contemporary visual arts and cultural performances of non-Western people, as they
are increasingly part of a capitalistic global art world that includes international
collections, museum exhibits, and tourism.
World music
World music incorporates different music styles from cultures throughout the world
Bhangra
A musical form originating in the folk music of Punjab in northern India and Eastern
Pakistan that is mixing with British pop music and reggae to become a popular form of
world music
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