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ANT 010

by: Nashalie Rodriguez
Nashalie Rodriguez
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

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This notes cover last week's notes that I was unable to upload. I would be posting this week"s notes tomorrow
Cultural Anthropology
Dr. Donner
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nashalie Rodriguez on Friday April 8, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ANT 10 at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania taught by Dr. Donner in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see Cultural Anthropology in anthropology, evolution, sphr at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.

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Date Created: 04/08/16
A. Wallace’s Type a. Monotheism i. Priests, one God: complex states, Judaism, Christianity, Islam b. Olympian i. Priests, gods with human characteristics, Archaic States with complex farming, ancient Rome, Greece, Egypt, Polynesia c. Communal i. Shared beliefs d. Shamanistic i. Supernatural abilities of certain individuals: bands B. Rites of Passage a. Stage in life course i. Baptism, confirmation, marriage, death b. Special ritual to mark transition, especially the transition from childhood to adulthood c. Van Gennep, 3 stages i. Separation ii. Transition iii. Reincorporation d. Transition is associated with change, instability, “liminality” i. Special solidarity, “communistas,” among people who make transition together C. Supernatural and Social control a. Fear the divine retribution b. Witchcraft and sorcery D. Religion and culture a. Max weber: protestant ethic and capitalism i. Observed that capitalism and industrialization took place first in protestant areas of Europe ii. Protestant values emphasized hard work and the accumulation of wealth as the way to salvation iii. Capitalism develops as people work hard and then save and invest and reinvest their money iv. Over time, religious values become more securitized v. Religious values -> everyday life E. Religion & change revitalized movements a. Steady state b. Period of individual stress c. Period of cultural disorientation i. Caused by welfare, disease, economic problems ii. Handsome Lake 1. Matrilineal d. Revitalization i. Leader has religious experiences, given charter ii. Communicates iii. Followers iv. Opposition v. Compromise vi. Routinization, acceptance e. New steady state F. Secular


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