This course will inform, educate, and make you reconsider long-held beliefs about the cowboy, media, and culture. While for many the cowboy is well-known and brings about certain perceptions and feelings we should think twice about whether or not our feelings match reality. Historical reality, and cultural bias in regards to ethics, morals, and cultural norms all play a part the the cowboy image as it evolved from old world hero images, to Hollywood major productions.
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The Cowboys in World Culture
Why the American Cowboy Image Remains a World Icon
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I have been deeply involved with living history, historic preservation, and study of social history from an early age. I specialize in how society has changed with technological changes over time, the dynamics of social class, and economic history.
I have long been an advocate of outdoor living, living in harmony with nature, and self reliance.
I was a Buddhist monk, and currently am a minister. I teach a wide variety of techniques using both old approaches, and modern ones based on pedagogy, and modern education.