Annotated Bibliography: Cultural Tourism Of The Wapato Indian Club

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Jaqueline Ruiz Annotated Bibliography Cultural appropriate has always and will always be a part of the human experience; however, if we want our own cultures to be represented in a curtain light it is up to us, as individuals, to represent that image. 1. It is difficult to have a set representation of a culture when there are differences of opinion within a culture. 2. Individuals must themselves represent the positive image they wish others to have of their culture. 3. In order to reflect a positive image of one’s culture, the culture first needs to create a positive self-image within itself, beginning with their youth. Sources Jacob, M. (2012, Fall). "We wanted those people to see that Indians aren't stupid": Identity, representation, and resistance in the cultural tourism of the Wapato Indian Club. American Indian Quarterly. 36(4), 465-478. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete.*…show more content…
The young children in the club are able to strengthen their cultural pride while they educate non-Natives about their culture. This source is a great example of individuals being the positive image they wish their culture to represent. “As part of these resistance movements, Native peoples are actively shaping curricular and extracurricular opportunities for Native youth to develop a strong sense of indigenous identity and cultural pride.” (Jacob, 2012, para. 2). As a member of the Yakama Nation, an Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of San Diego, and with a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California and a Master’s in Sociological Practice from California State University, Jacobs is well qualified to provide insight to this

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