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7 April, 06:09

Why has popular culture tended to be more destructive of the environment than folk culture? Popular culture's transmission tends to use more resources. Folk culture tends to receive less support from the government. Folk culture is more dependent on its surroundings. Folk culture has more of a consumption approach because of subsistence agriculture. Popular culture is more based on conservatism.

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  1. 7 April, 06:30
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    The correct answers are:

    - Popular culture's transmission tends to use more resources;

    - Folk culture is more dependent on its surroundings;

    The popular culture tend to be much more destructive towards the environment, and that is due to the usage and practicing of the newest technology, being focus on big consumption, and also isolated from the nature, thus the effects are not really visible for the people.

    The Folk culture, on the other hand, is heavily dependent and connected with the environment. It has developed in a way in which it can coexist with the environment, so its protection, respect towards it, and sustainable usage are in the prime focus, so it is not destructive as the popular culture is.
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