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    Culture realms (use with culture realms core map) Culture realms (use with culture realms core map) Presentation Transcript

    • CULTURE REALMS Aka Macrocultural Regions
    • COLOR AND LABEL
    • Note that some of “my” regions have different names from the “Culture Realms” (Macrocultural Regions) core map. Both are correct and can be used interchangeably. You should be familiar with both terms.
    • ANGLO-AMERICA Language—English Religion—Protestant Notes—Because of immigration, every possible religion and language are in North America. One big exception to the English/Protestant majority is Quebec, which is French speaking and Catholic
    • LATIN AMERICA Language—Spanish Religion—Catholic Notes—Exception is that Brazil speaks Portuguese
    • WESTERN EUROPE Language branches—Germanic and Romance Religion—Germanic speakers are Protestant, Romance speakers are Catholic Notes—The exception is that Greece is not Germanic or Romance, or Protestant or Catholic. Its language is Indo-European (as is Germanic and Romance), but it’s branch is Hellenic. Religion is Orthodox
    • EASTERN EUROPE Language—Slavic Religion—Orthodox Notes—The word “slavic” is where we get the term “slave” from because historically so many slavs were sold as slaves by conquering people
    • EAST ASIA Language—Mandarin (dominant and also lingua franca in the area) Religion—Non-Religious, Atheist, or Buddhist Notes—Although Mandarin is an official language in Tibet, Tibetans speak Standard Tibetan (a Tibeto-Burman branch of the same Sino-Tibetan family as Mandarin). Korean and Japanese are each their own language family. The non-religious/atheistic aspect of East Asia comes from the communist influence. Latin for China is “Sino.”
    • SOUTHEAST ASIA Language—Southeast Asian Family (Austronesian, Austro-Asiatic and Tai Kadai) Religion—Buddhist and Muslim Notes—the exception is the Philippines. It was colonized by Spain, is named after King Philip of Spain, and is Catholic. Its culture is fragmented, as would be expected in a country comprised of many islands (7,107).
    • SOUTH ASIA Language—Indic (Latin for India is Indo) Religion—Hindu and Islam Notes—The exception is that Buddhists are in Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan
    • MIDDLE EAST Language—Arabic (and Arabic is the Lingua Franca in the area, even in countries where Arabic is not the main language) Religion—Islam Notes—Big exceptions: Central Asia’s language is from the Altaic Family, Iran’s language family (Farsi, or Persian) is IndoEuropean and Israel’s language is Hebrew (same Afro-Asiatic family as Arabic). Also, the religion in Israel is Judaism, not Islam.
    • SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Language—Niger-Congo Family, Benue- Congo branch (mostly clumped together and called Bantu) Religion—Animist (indigenous) and Christian Notes—None 
    • OCEANIA (SOUTH PACIFIC) Language—English Religion—Protestant Notes—Obviously the result of English colonization