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Jamaican Pop Culture What do they have to eat?? Are they creative? Australia Australian Pop Culture Through the years, much of Australia's art has
grown from what was vandalism to what we
call art and is an attraction to tourists from all over. Unfortunately, I can't truly enjoy this wonder with my one working eye. The most well-known site is Melbourne: Folk Vs. Popular Culture Join us on the journey
of two countries,
Australia and Jamaica,
of how they
celebrate their own folk
culture as well
as popular culture Folk Land Popular Culture Stop #1 Jamaica Yes! They have two main, recognizable styles of aboriginal art. -Desert style -Arnhemland Also known as X-Ray style, the Arnhemland art typically features represention of the internal organs of their subjects, and filling in sections of the image with groupings of diagonal lines This style uses simple designs used as symbols. For example, circles typically symbolizes campsites while lines represented rivers or main paths around a surrounding area. Us pirates love it so much, we use the designs on our flags. The characteristics of Caribbean folk food: - Heavily peppered/spiced meats and stews
-okra, callaloo (leafy vegetable based dish), fish cakes, saltfish, ackee,
-pudding and sous This is going to be a long journey. I hope there are interesting things to see along the way. Look! It's an original Aboriginal painting! I think this would be a desert style painting. Are Australians creative? Well, now I am hungry! Now that we have moved a bit farther, what does the Jamaican area have to offer?? Caribbean Folk Dish Work Cited http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australia%E2%80%93United_States_relations http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographic_transition http://coolmenshair.com/2009/04/bob-marley-dreadlocks.html http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20101128/ent/ent2.html Due to the isolation, aboriginals used their intellectual and religious pursuits to express themselves artistically. There were few general beliefs, essentially all aboriginals believe that their ancestors entered Australia in the creation time, when the landscape was partly formed. Aboriginal culture developed in response to the natural environment and sometimes modified it. The hearth of aboriginal art would be Australia. Since this is an isolated country, the art diffused by relocation diffusion, or aboriginals moving out of the country and bringing their culture to their new location.
The original inhabitants of the island were a Amerindian tribe called the Arawaks. The Arawaks grew all of these crops and they became their staple food
The Arawaks roasted seafood and meat on a grate suspended on four-forked sticks called a barbacoa, which is the origin of Western barbecue. Since nearly everyone in Jamaica is a native-born citizen, not many new cultural ideas have been introduced. The first, and only real invaders, were the Spanish during the late 1400's. With them, they brought
plants for which Jamaica is now known, such as sugar cane, lemons, limes, and coconuts Jamaican cuisine has spread with emigrations, especially during the 20th century, from the island to other nations as Jamaicans have sought economic opportunities in other areas. Would also spread by relocation diffusion Stop #2 Stop #3 Stop #4 Deborah S. Hartz Authentic Jamaican breakfast Aug 1, 1991 Ocala Star-Banner page 44 A large amount of those living in Australia today are descendants of those who were deemed criminals by European law and were originally transported to the penal colonies was England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland- their criminal offense could be from stealing bread to all the way to the opposite extreme.








Australia and its general region is referred to as Oceania. Because Australia currently is a melting pot of European influences, and even a large amount of immigrants seeking freedom, many of its customs are like those in England; including the cuisine. One of the most popular hairstyles of found in Jamaica would be the dreadlocks. Even as a pirate, I can name a man with that hairstyle.
This man has served as an inspiration to many even in our generation whether it be about looks or lifestyle. Rastafarianism This is the religious beliefs of a West Indian sect who worship the late Emperor of Ethiopia, Haile Selassie (given name: Ras Tafari), and who believe that black people are the chosen of God, and that their promised land is Africa. Their use of marijuana in rituals was widely publicized. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Rastafarianism Leviticus 21:5 ("They shall not make baldness upon their head, neither shall they shave off the corner of their beard, nor make any cuttings in the flesh.") E. David Cronon, Black Moses, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, (1955) 1966, p.162
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