In “The Standards of Beauty Are Based on Culture,” how does Höfel (2010) use Chamelea to explain the concept of beauty in various cultures throughout history. Summarize two historical periods Chamelea traveled in along with the beauty ideals of those two times

Answer these questions. Place each reference used after the questions.1A.) In “The Standards of Beauty Are Based on Culture,” how does Höfel (2010) useChamelea to explain the concept of beauty in various cultures throughout history.Summarize two historical periods Chamelea traveled in along with the beauty ideals ofthose two times
1B.) How have you seen the modern beauty ideal for your culture depicted in yourpersonal life? Consider various types of media (film, television, music, magazine covers,advertising, social media, etc.)
2A.) Write a detailed summary of the healthcare story of 42-year old Reynaldo Lopez fromMiller-Medzon (2018)’s “Mental Health Solutions An Uphill Battle in Rural Honduras.
2B.) Imagine 42-year old Reynaldo was a member of your family. What primarydifferences might we see in his healthcare story? What similarities might we see in hishealthcare story?
3A.) Explain how the Silk Road created a hybrid world of art
3B.) In your personal life, where have you seen an example of a hybrid work of art? Youcan consider film, music, sculpture, etc. List the title and creator of the hybrid work of artas well as a brief description
4A.) Drawing from “The 10 Most Controversial Art Projects of the Last Century,” identifyone controversial art project from the list. In your own words, summarize the work
4B.) In your opinion, what is one positive impact and one negative impact of thecontroversial art project you selected in Part A
5A.) In “See What The ‘Cool People’ Are Wearing In Four Cities In Africa,” summarizewhat Hannah Azieb Pool says about African fashion as well as how culture and heritage areexpressed through fashion.
5B.) How do you communicate your culture and heritage through your personal fashionchoices? Provide at least two examples of items you wear.
6A.) In “It’s a Hip-Hop World,” Chang (2009) says, “Hip-hop culture has become one of themost far-reaching arts movements of the past three decades.” Summarize the evidence ofthis claim from Chang’s article.
6B.) Describe a hip-hop cultural influence that you’ve encountered in your personal life.Consider not only music but also fashion, movies, and goods.
7A.) Drawing from “The transformative power of classical music,” what are two ways that Zander (2008) teaches his audience to better understand classical music?
7B.) Name one film you’ve previously watched with classical music in the soundtrack.Describe the way that a classical music soundtrack can impact a film audience
8A.) Drawing from “The history of African-American social dance,” how does Brown (2016)define the term “social dance?” List three reasons shared in the video for why social danceis important
8B.) Where have you seen an example of social dance in your own life? Describe the kind ofsocial dance you observed and/or participated in
9A.) Drawing from CBC Marketplace’s “How fast fashion adds to the world’s clothingwaste problem,” summarize what fast fashion is and why fast fashion has become aproblem
9B.) Using an example from your personal life, take us through the life cycle of one articleof clothing from “beginning” (when and how you purchased it) to “end” (why and whenyou stopped wearing it – either by giving it away, repurposing it, etc.).