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Lyndsey G.- Reterritorialization is when aspects of one culture are adopted by another culture and improved upon. Soccer is an example of reterritorialization because it originated in China during the 2nd and 3rd BCs. Since then it has been improvised and made into the sport it is today.
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Mitchell W. Reterritorialization is when one characteristic or object is taken from another culture, added to another, and then altered to please their needs. During Hitler's regime, he took the Aryan culture, which was clearly an Indo-European, dark skinned culture, and assured German citizens that they were blonde hair blue eyed beings. He also took the swastika symbol, which was originally a symbol of peace, and changed its meaning forever.
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Hitler Youth Poster: Making children learn to hate; From the 1920s on, the Nazi Party targeted German youth as a special audience for its propaganda messages.
Hitler Youth recruitment poster, date unknown; Photographer: Güntz-Druck; Source: Bundesarchiv; ID: LC-DIG-ppmsca-18609
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Nazi propaganda for Hitler Youth. If memory serves (going back to my training and studies), the young boy in this picture was actually Jewish.
This Nazi propaganda poster highlights the importance of the Hitler Youth in Hitler's vision of an Ayran Empire. Pictured is Hitler himself with an example of a perfect German boy. The boy pictured is blonde and clad in the uniform of the Hitler Youth. The purpose of putting a young boy next to Hitler is to show that the youth of Germany supports the Nazi agenda and war efforts. We see this message of uniformity, loyalty to country, and commitment to Nazi ideals repeated frequently.
Rudy was a part of the Hitler youth and he looked similar to the kid on the poster
Hitler Youth recruitment poster, date unknown; Photographer: Güntz-Druck
Nazi Hitler Youth poster, "Jugend dient dem Führer"
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Jordan H. Reterritorilization is an element that came from a country, and was brought to an alternate country, and altered. This is reterritorialization because beer is from the old Mayan cultures, was spread to Europe, then brought to the United States which now makes multiple kinds of beer to accomodate our citizen's tastes.
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Zach T, Retirritorialization is when a someone takes the idea from another culture and changes to make it there own. This is a picture of coke light which they sell in Europe. They have taken the idea of coke and changed it to make their own.
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Max D. - Reterritorialization is when aspects of one culture are adopted by another culture to benefit themselves. The show Top Gear was originally a British TV show, however, the History channel took the idea and made a U.S. version. This is an example of reterritorialization.
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Sam F - Reterritorialization is when a culture takes something from a different culture, alters it slightly, & makes it their own. Pictured above is a great example of reterritorialization: chocolate. To further explain, chocolate was solely found in Mesoamerica until about the 16th century when the Spanish discovered it and took it back to their homeland. Instead of just drinking the bitter chocolate as the Mesoamericans did, the Spanish modified it by adding other ingredients such as sugar.
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Bobby A- Reterritorialization is when a culture adopts something from another culture.the olympics started in Greece, and when they first started, it was only for Greeks. Now, almost every country in the world participates in the Olympics.
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Every Olympic event is associated with its very own logo. Today we will look back into the past at some of the most exquisite, Summer Olympic logos created over the last decade.
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100 Years Of Olympic Logos: A Depressing History Of Design Crimes There's some beautiful graphic design on exhibit in these 45 Olympic Games...
The Olympic Rings were designed by IOC founder and Frenchman Pierre de Frédy, Baron de Coubertin, for the 1912 Olympic Games in Stokholm. Coubertin chose the ring colors to reflect the national colors of the Games' competitors.
Olympic books for kids: The 2012 Summer Olympics in London start this Friday. Get in the spirit with these books. They will give you information about the sports, the athletes, a little history and even give you ideas for your own Olympic games.
Olympic Games Will Be Available In 3D For The First Time - The much-anticipated and much-awaited London Olympics 2012 are finally here. Pretty soon, athletes and sportsmen from around the globe will pit against each other, striving for glory and fame. Media broadcasting companies are working relentlessly to cover the event 24/7. Hence, the collaboration between Latin America's largest internet company, Terra, and world's leading telecom vendor Ericsson to stream the even live to Latin America...
Attend the Winter Olympic Games; But not the Summer Olympics...yawn....
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I love the Olympics! I give my mom credit for this. We always watched the Olympics together when I was younger. (Our favorite events were/are figure skating and gymnastics.) I don't really enjoy watching other sports, but there is something different about the Olympics. I think it is the national pride and watching people make their dreams come true. I always think about how hard they have to work to get to the highest level of competition and how proud they must be of their accomplishments. I think about how proud their family must be, how proud their home towns are and even their whole country! How exciting it is to see people sing their own national anthem when they are standing on the metal podium. The Closing Ceremony is on Sunday and then I will have to wait two more years for the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. This week we sang about the winter games and here are two of our songs. The Olympic flag might not mean much to your children, but we can still count the rings and talk about the colors! I made a flag for our felt board and we added one ring at a time. The Olympic Rings (Tune: Three Blind Mice) One round ring. One round ring. Olympic rings. Olympic rings. Sing about the blue ring. Sing about the blue ring. Olympic rings. Olympic rings. Two round rings. Two round rings. Olympic rings. Olympic rings. Sing about the yellow ring. Sing about the yellow ring. Olympic rings. Olympic rings. Repeat with all the other color rings: black, green and red. Cheer, Cheer (Tune: Row, Row) Cheer, Cheer for your team. At the Olympic games! Win the Silver or the Gold! The winter games are oh so cold! Skate, skate figure skate! Do a fancy trick. Win the Silver or the Gold! The winter games are oh so cold! Ski, ski, down the hill. Ski as fast as you can! Win the Silver or the Gold! The winter games are oh so cold! Sweep, sweep, sweep the ice. For the curling stone! Win the Silver or the Gold! The winter games are oh so cold! Push, push, push your sled. Push your bobsled fast! Win the Silver or the Gold! The winter games are oh so cold! I also used this song to celebrate all the different nationalities in my classes! We sang for the USA, but we also sang for the Dominican Republic, South Africa, Austria and the UK! Cheer, Cheer for your team. Cheer for the USA! Win the Silver or the Gold! The winter games are oh so cold! The syllables might not quite work out, but the effort is well worth it! Enjoy the last few days of the Olympics. I know I will! Happy Singing!
Devyn W. Reterritorialization i when one creates an aspect of popular culture but, they make it their own. This picture shows all the different types of music. Each music type belongs to a different group of people/culture. They are all different but still have the same roots.
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Music has been around almost as long as human beings. We hear it everyday, it motivates us, it makes us cry, and it will always be present in our lives. Music trends change everyday and it got us thinking about what genres of music define each decade? We had our own ideas and were surprised …
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Frederick Brown. Reterritorialization is when a culture adopts a concept from another culture. This is a picture of P.F. Chang's, which is a Chinese-American restaurant. It shows reterritorialization because the franchise is owned by Americans who sell "Chinese" food to the public.
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.F. Chang’s strives to proactively ask all guests if they have food allergies.“We take precautions to eliminate chances for cross contamination,” Piazzi continued. “We run drills all the time to ensure that our staff is used to – and familiar with – the procedures.”
At P.F. Chang’s you are surrounded by a unique environment combining influences of Chinese and American cultures. A panoramic, hand-painted mural depicting 12th century China, is visible from the main dining room and commands attention as the restaurant’s centerpiece, while several terra-cotta warriors stand guard.
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Blake W- Reterritorialization is when people within a place start to produce an aspect of popular culture themselves, doing so for their own benefit and making it their own. Baseball was created in the United States, but has been taken on by countries such as Japan. The Japanese have created many unorthodox hitting and pitching motions to suit their needs, but have had many players make it to the Major Leagues.