Definition: Cultural divergence is the tendency for culture to become increasingly dissimilar with passage of time.Example: Amish people resist outside influences of modern. technology, clothes. and pop culture.
Cultural convergence is the theory that two cultures will be more and more like each other as their interactions increase. Basically, the more that cultures interact, the more that their values, ideologies, behaviors, arts, and customs will start to reflect each other.
Globalization has increased the cultural convergence by means of technology, media and trade between the nations. Globalization makes the culture to come together and have some similar tastes in life and music and technology. The process of having similar norms and values is most common in teenagers.
There are examples of American cultural convergence in other countries. McDonald's serves food that is considered American, but the menu changes in other countries to appeal to the tastes of each countries' cultures.
Convergence Culture is a term coined by Henry Jenkins in his book Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide (2006). The term is used to describe a new era of transition where 'new and old media collide'.
Religion can be very influential to a culture with the values and moral standards outlined in the belief system. Sometimes religious beliefs can clash with popular culture, forcing the faithful members of certain cultures to practice cultural divergence.
Convergence culture is a theory which recognizes changing relationships and experiences with new media. Users can now experience an extended, interactive and even shared engagement with not just entertainment media, but also informational media.
Definition: Cultural divergence is the tendency for culture to become increasingly dissimilar with passage of time. Example: Amish people resist outside influences of modern. technology, clothes. and pop culture.
Jenkins states that convergence is, "the flow of content across multiple media platforms, the cooperation between multiple media industries, and the migratory behaviour of media audiences who would go almost anywhere in search of the kinds of entertainment experiences they wanted" According to Jenkins, there are five
"I had imagined a triangular relationship between Natsu, Lisanna, and Lucy. Fairy Tail left off on a cliffhanger as Natsu took his team on a fabled mission, and he did so without ever confessing. For a moment, the last chapter set up Natsu to admit his love for Lucy, but the tender moment never panned out.
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