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  1. emilyjordan27.wordpress.com

  2. michelleberlingermusic4 says:

    michelleberlingermusic4.worldpress.com

  3. brendinjones says:

    brendinjones.wordpress.com

  4. oliviarachel says:

    oliviarachel.wordpress.com

  5. austingoldberg.wordpress.com

  6. sarabitarafan.wordpress.com

  7. rochelebrown says:

    Rochele Brown: rochelebrown.wordpress.com

  8. djhansolo says:

    hello class…

    –djhansolo (Hana Bowers)

  9. trevorleafe says:

    trevorleafe.wordpress.com

  10. chloezimmerman14.wordpress.com

  11. bfrake13 says:

    brianfrake13.wordpress.com

  12. aroseca says:

    anousharakelian

  13. eileenjin says:

    eileenjin.wordpress.com

  14. esopbaek says:

    esopbaek.wordpress.com

  15. wonikjang says:

    wonikjang.wordpress.com

  16. pjh619 says:

    Peter Halibozek
    pjh619.wordpress.com

  17. anthonyzhao14.wordpress.com

  18. caseybradshaw.wordpress.com

  19. joenaeem says:

    Hello! I am Joe Naeem’s blog.

  20. tperry13 says:

    tperry13.wordpress.com

  21. maritzamiller.wordpress.com

  22. joenaeem says:

    Hello! I am Joe Naeem’s blog.

  23. scottclacy says:

    scottclacy.wordpress.com

  24. katherinearmstrong14 says:

    katherinearmstrong14.wordpress.com

  25. hannahrowe says:

    In “Ecumenical America: Global culture and the American cosmos,” it is argued that Western-American cultural influence has not lead to homogenization of the culture of the world, but sparked production within individual cultures. This lack of homogenization is ostensibly accurate when one examines the environment’s impact on its surrounding culture. For example, the article discusses how Jamaican popular music developed over time, elucidating on how the Jamaican imitations of American music during the “laboring” movements accompanied by secular rhythms created a new musical form known as ska. Then, due to the economic status of the working-class Jamaicans, a “hifidelity system outfitted with enormous bass speakers” was formed, which lead to the birth of the disc jockey. With rhythmic commentary here and nonsense lyrics there, distinctive features of reggae soon emerged. In short, aspects of Western culture, such as music, are inevitably going to have an influence cross-culturally. However, each cultural environment is so distinct that homogenization is impossible because that aspect will unavoidably be altered and modified to fit the ethos and traditions of the particular culture, and indeed consequently, cultural “hypercreativity” may be observed. Thus, every culture influences one another, but the various cultures take those ideas and make them their own.

  26. brendinjones says:

    username: brendinjones.wordpress.com

  27. rochelebrown says:

    rochelebrown.wordpress.com

  28. pjh619 says:

    pjh619.wordpress.com
    Peter Halibozek

  29. bfrake13 says:

    website brianfrake13.wordpress.com

  30. Blog: austingoldberg.wordpress.com

  31. oliviarachel says:

    hi!

    oliviarachel.wordpress.com

  32. djhansolo says:

    djhansolo.wordpress.com

    -hana bowers

  33. hannahrowe says:

    hannahrowe.wordpress.com

  34. chrisallen15 says:

    chrisallen15.wordpress.com

  35. coffeeglobalsounds2012.wordpress.com

    -Adam J. Reed

  36. blangle21 says:

    xenagabrielle.wordpress.com

    Bonita Langle

  37. bryanjpark says:

    bryanjpark.wordpress.com

    Bryan Park

  38. mikereilly84 says:

    mikereilly84.wordpress.com

    Michael (or Mike) Reilly

  39. billyb1015 says:

    billyb1015.wordpress.com


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