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  1. Egypt Presentation Brought to you by: Mike Schlesinger, Kelly Rose, Rodney Shepard, and Jeremiah Humphrey

  2. General Information

  3. Demographic information

  4. Egyptian Pop Culture

  5. Egyptian Folk Culture

  6. What’s on your Egyptian iPod? • Collection - Yezeed El Shooq • Tamer Ashour - Ya Ahlan • Kadim Al Saher - Maza Baad • Talal Salamah - Ya Geben El Shams • Asma Lmnawar – Wail

  7. What's Popular to Eat? • The shish kabob style is extremely popular • Eggplant, mashed as the main ingredient in babaganoush • Salad chopped tomato, coriander, mint, little hot green peppers (not jalapenos but close) and onions, coated with garlic oil

  8. Nearly all of the media in Egypt is controlled by the state, and one the 14 main political parties.

  9. Number of Television Stations: 98 Number of Television Sets: 7,700,000 Television Sets per 1,000: 110.7 Number of Cable Subscribers: 3,180,800 Cable Subscribers per 1,000: 49.7 Number of Radio Stations: 59 Number of Radio Receivers: 20,500,000 Radio Receivers per 1,000: 294.8 Number of Individuals with Computers: 1,400,000 Computers per 1,000: 20.1 Number of Individuals with Internet Access: 450,000 Internet Access per 1,000: 6.5

  10. Folk culture with physical environment • Folk culture in Egypt is effected by the desert Egyptians had to store food cause their was a short growing season. • Also they had to for their civilization around the Nile river to support life • And to make the great pyramids they used materials from the desert.

  11. http://www.pressreference.com/Co-Fa/Egypt.html • www.geopolymer.org/archaeology/pyramids/are-pyramids-made-out-of-concrete-1/3 • www.nationalgeographicfood.html • www.Prb.org