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What is an impact of tourism?

What is an impact of tourism?

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School: Purdue University
Department: Liberal Arts
Course: Anthropology
Professor: Richard blanton
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: Anthropology and Purdue
Cost: 25
Name: Recitation 03/25
Description: Recitation notes
Uploaded: 03/30/2016
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Recitation 03/25/2016


What is an impact of tourism?



Family forms

Affinal relationships

Consanguineal relationships

Descent types

Post-marriage residence

Lineal or Collaterals

Parallel or Cross Cousins

Moso and NA ethics groups – China

∙ Consanguineal matrilineal kinship

∙ Households of siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles across generations

∙ Monogamy & marriage not institutionalized

▪ Sexual relationship in Moso and Na cultures

o Tisese (moso)

o Nana sese hing (Na)

▪ "visits" of males to femal's room, lasting only a night  

▪ But long-term, exclusive partnerships often established based on feeling in love ▪ Prior mutual consent


What is lowered fertility rate ?



▪ Non contractual, non obligatory, and nonexclusive

▪ Offspring resulting from "visits" are not considered family of the male

▪ Children raised in mother's consanguineal and matrilineal household

▪ Contrast with normative forms of family and relationships in our own society and those of Han  Chinese

Sociopolitical & Health Impacts

∙ Low fertility (number of births)

o Women have autonomy over their sexuality

o They are under no pressure to bear children for their sexual partner(s)

∙ Target of exploitation and assimilation

o Government policies

o Tourism


What is the target of exploitation and assimilation ?



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Lowered Fertility Rate

∙ Sharing of household reproductive goals among sisters

o Optimal number of offspring achieved through conscious coordination between sisters o Too many children overall is perceived as potential threat to household harmony ∙ Lower frequency of intercourse after childbirth

o Postponing the resumption of sex

o Females often breastfeed longer

∙ Prevalence of STDs

o Past epidemics resulting from foreign traders has had lasting impacts on populations Target of Exploitations and assimilation

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o "We did not want to get married and move into someone else's house, and as a result  we no longer dared to visit anyone. Because of this we took a rest for a few years." ∙ Impact of tourism:

o While being a source of income, it can also be exploitative and have damaging effects on  environment and autonomy

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