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1

Leisure activities occupy a significant space for _____ today.

colonialism

2

In leisure pursuits, ______, _____, _____, and _____ are powerfully shaped.

- culture
- heritage
- values
- identity

3

Aboriginal stereotypes in Canadian society include:

- lazy (eg. if a FN student gets free university education = welfare bum stereotype)
- deviant (eg. crime rates are highest in Canada on reserves, Indigenous people jailed)
- descendant of the noble savage (traditional or ecologically attuned native)

4

Third space:

in-between space between traditional and derivative

5

Mixing ____ produces third spaces:

- cultures
- new cultures emerge that are neither traditional or original
- connected to the source culture(s) but they are also distinct and in a sense new

6

In third spaces, one's _____ are continuously mixing to create new cultural _____.

- interpretations
- understandings

7

Third space cultural systems are created through _____, ______, and _____ disentangled from original moments.

- negotiation
- translation
- interpretation

8

Bhabha says that in third spaces you need to give up on ...

the binary of 'traditional/new'

9

It doesn't make sense to ask whether something is ____ or not in ____ ____ cultures. The concept of _____ is better suited to third spaces.

- traditional
- third space
- hybridity

10

Hybridity:

- the mixing and matching of different source elements to produce something knew
- the new thing is a hybrid of the source material

11

Hybridity and third spaces are closely connected:

third spaces are neither traditional nor completely new; they are hybrid

12

Hybrid third spaces displace the notion of _____ altogether. This opens up possibilities for different ____ ____ to arise.

- original
- cultural expressions (different cultural practices in dance and music)

13

Colonial gaze is from ....

Foucault work on surveillance in the Panopticon

14

To watch someone else without being seen yourself is to ____ ____ the other.

visually dominate

15

When it is the colonizer who dominates the colonized, the colonized are produced according to the ____ ____.

dominant ideology

16

Discourse creates its own objects of knowledge: FN people are known by ____ _____ _____.

settler colonial stereotypes

17

____ ____ has the ability to reverse the colonial gaze and therefore it is important for Indigenous people.

Hip- hop

18

According to Rovito and Giles’s (2016) article on Aboriginal hip-hop, Outdoor Looking In staff encountered 3 colonial discourses. Name and explain one of them.

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19

Rovito and Giles’s (2016) article on Aboriginal hip-hop illustrates ways in which hip-hop can challenge or reverse the colonial gaze. Describe any two of them.

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